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Frequently asked questions about fixation materials

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Pipe clips are a good solution for guiding cables an tube along, for example, a wall. The cable are tube is guided through the clip, after which the clip can be mounted on a wall with a screw – the clip has a hole in the base, through which the screw should be fed.

Cable clamps are used universally for guiding corrugated tubing, and tubing made of PVC. Cable clamps are made of nylon and are available in the colours gray and transparent.

Floor clamps are used for guiding both cables and tubes. These clamps contain a thread for easy mounting, on a wall for example. Floor clamps are made of nylon and are available in the ‘colour’ transparent.

Cable clips with nail are used for guiding tubes and cables. With a nail, the clip can easily be attached to walls and/or panels. They are available in five sizes and, per size, in multiple colours.

Twistlocks are an alternative for releasable cable ties? Cable can be guided through and secured with the twistlock, and after use the twistlock can easily be released en re-used.

12-way terminal strips are made for connecting electronic cables. Terminal strips are available in 4 versions: 4q (4 mm), 6q (6 mm), 10q (10 mm) and 16q (16 mm) All versions are 12-way and are available in black and white. They are resistant to a maximum voltage of 450V.

Velcro tape can be used for bundling cables, but also has a lot of other uses. Our velcro tape is double sided, 25 meters long on a roll and available in 4 widths.

Velcro tape is suited for a wide range of applications, such as fixating cables and tubes. Cut the desired length of velcro tape and wrap it around the object to bundle or fixate it. Velcro tape can easily be released and re-used.

Braided sleeving offers reliable and sustainable protection of cables and tubes. Braided sleeving is resistant to temperatures ranging from -50 °C to +150 °C with a melting point of +250 °C. Available in twelve sizes (diameter), ranging from 3 mm up to 50 mm.

Spiral wrapping band is mostly used to easily and safely multiple cables, under a desk for example. The spiral shape enables this robust band to be flexible. Therefore, the cables can still move, if necessary. Available in black and transparent.

Corrugated tubing offers mechanical protection for cables and tubes and is shock resistant, flexible and offers high pressure resistance. Corrugated tubing is mainly used in mechanical enigneering, the automotive industry, the ship-building industry and in electrical engineering. On request, we can also supply slotted corrugated tubing, made of polypropylene.

Duct tape is perfectly suited temporarily securing tubes. In addition, duct tape can be used for a broad range of applications. The adhesive is made of natural rubber. Duct tape is resistant to temperatures of up to +65 °C.

PVC tapes are suited for both electrical insulation and for a broad range of other applications. In addition, these tapes have flame retardant properties. Available in three widths (15 mm, 19 mm and 50 mmm) in multiple colours, depending on the width.

PVC tape is resistant to temperatures of up to +80 °C – duct tape to temperatures of up to +65 °C. In addition, duct tape is thicker than PVC tape, with a thickness of 0,25 mm compared tot he 0,15 mm thickness of PVC tape.

Double sided foam tape can easily be used on smooth and on irregular, raw surfaces. Very easy in use. Double sided foam tape is perfect for applications both indoors and outdoors. This tape is often used in industrial environments.

Self amalgamating tape is perfect for insulating electrical wires and for sealing tubes. Suited for both temporary and long lasting repairs. Available in four widths: 19 mm, 25 mm, 38 mm and 50 mm.

A peculiarity of self amalgamating tape is the fact that this tape, in contrast to normal tapes, has no adhesive. Therefore, the tape can easily be removed without glue residue.

Self amalgamating tape is used by stretching it over the length of the tape, followed by applying the tape in a tile-wise manner. After about an hour, a water tight, seamless seal is created.

Due to its wide rang of applications and properties, self amalgamating tape is used for a broad range of uses. These include the sealing of tubes or electronic cables, the isulation of components and sealing cable ends.

Fixation materials can normally be bought in the better DIY stores. There are also several specialists in the market, including WKK. Contact one of our advisors through [email protected]