A self-locking zip tie made of 304 stainless steel that can be used for automotive applications such as exhaust heat wrap
The device is capable of supporting temperatures of up to 932 degrees Fahrenheit. There's no need to worry about heat or corrosion. This product is ideal for outdoor use
The maximum weight supported by the frame is 90kg (198lb).
This is a great app for information on automotive parts, home repairs, computer repair, etc.
There is no need for special tools. All you need is a needle nose pliers to tighten the zip ties and diagonal pliers or metal tin snips to cut the zip ties.
Questions & Answers
Are there any ways to make these longer by joining two or three of them together?
These can be daisy chained easily. It is impossible to assign rights to anything The connector can bend in the same way as most zip-ties It works pretty seamlessly because there are no ties.
Could you tell me how easy it is ?
With wire cutters, these can easily be cut.
Is it possible to use these ?
There is no reason not to , I used them to hold header wrap on a pair of headers, and they got hotter than a regular over the counter spray
Is it possible to connect 2 metal poles using this?
This is not like a plastic zip tie, these do not tighten as much
Selected User Reviews For SunplusTrade 100pcs 11.8 Inches Stainless Steel Exhaust Wrap Multi-Purpose Locking Cable Metal Zip Ties
While the CONVID 19 virus was out and about, I used the ties as nose pieces on homemade masks to protect myself against the virus. I am a sewer. As far as cutting these was concerned, they were flexible and easy to use. As well as watching the video on how these should be used, I found it very informative and well done. I am very satisfied with both my purchase and the follow up I received from the vendor.
| Jan 10, 2021
Senior Citizen comes up with a spectacular zipper tie innovation
The winters are often very cold and there is a lot of snow where I live. The fence in my yard is what they now call Stock Wire. When I was growing up, it was called Hog Wire. It is a square mesh with the squares getting smaller as they get It is melting snow on the wire that causes it to freeze, then melting snow on the wire. When more and more snow falls, it becomes increasingly difficult to tie the fence fabric to posts and top rails as the snow pressurizes them. The clips that normally keep the fence fabric in place pop off or break as the snows increase their weight. A zip tie made of stainless steel is being used to tie the wire fence fabric to the top rail at the post/top rail junction this year. Zip ties are made of plastic and weight up to seventy pounds. They can be used under sub zero temperatures if opened under direct sunlight. They have a strength rating of almost two hundred pounds and have no negative effects on the environment. I had to devise a method that I could use to pull the fabric up to the rail in order to utilize the stainless steel zip tie in the event that the fence fabric sagged. As I was clamping on various items using the various clamping sets, I used a Bessey Clamp Fixture Set that utilized an interchangeable pipe of three quarter inches. In order to pull the wire fabric to the top rail, I simply cranked the jaws of the clamp until the wire and rail were squeezed close together and I could securely fasten them together with a stainless steel zip tie after the fabric had been twisted to the rail. Since the tie had no sharp ends, I didn't clip the end, but left it hanging loose so my hand wouldn't be injured. Getting the hang of clamping was easy once I got the hang of it. The following is an excerpt from the text.
| Jun 06, 2021
I was amazed by the quality, and the price was so reasonable
Getting started, 100 foot elastic zip ties at the hardware store cost exactly the same as those metal ones for 10 dollars. The first no-brainer is to make sure you have adequate insurance. Additionally, I would like to add The things we do. These are the. The English language is strong. As a 300-pounder, I am big and strong. Our swingset has a ziptie and I ziptied a piece of rope to it and dangled from it for a short while. As soon as I finished messing around with, er, the buckles, not a ding moved. Yet the slightest of pressure from my tinsnips was enough to cut the band loose. These are currently being tested. It worked great to apply some tension to some metal pet cages that rattle a lot. I purchased them to finish off the job cheaply and easily. I found them to be perfect for the task at hand. In the end, I got the brilliant idea of using them on the part of my exhaust system that rattles and that I am too cheap to have fixed by my mechanic. It worked as well there as well, so these can even deal with quite a bit My overall impression is that this is far superior to those cheap plastic zipties. * I am unlikely to ever return to those cheap plastic zipties. Does the price of metal ones that won't break and get brittle the older they get remain the same? I would like to accept!.
| Mar 04, 2021
Quite a bit to chew on
use this stainless steel zip tie carefully and wear gloves since you may cut yourself if you are not careful, considering it is steel and quite sharp like a knife at some points. These were the perfect size for tying my newly bought hub caps on my RV. know, hubcaps you buy aftermarket tend to fall off very easily when a single drive is performed. Therefore, I decided to use these to make it look as seamless as possible. You can't see a zip tie attached to the hubcaps after the first glance, nor can you tell that the caps are attached at all, which means there's absolutely no room for them to fall off!.
| Jan 01, 2021
The plastic ones will never be purchased by me A new update has been released They are still holding strong even after several months of use, you are literally required to use one of the sharp angle cutters to clip them off or trim them off I would say that the only downside is that they are quite challenging to tighten
Nearly two guys are needed for one to hold and the other to pull through the holes. It would still be recommended! The ties I used to secure a 3 foot welded wire fence to a 5 foot T-frame were available at Lowe's This is a post. It was only to keep my dogs out of my yard that I set up the fence, but I was pleasantly surprised when my 130lb French Mastiff ran into it at full speed to my dismay. In spite of the nasty dent in the fence which was easily bent back into place (and the dog who suffered a bit of hurt pride, by the way, he was fine), the zip ties never moved. If it had been plastic, the zip tie would definitely am highly satisfied with this product. For the price, it is hard to find a better product. You can't find these plastic zip ties anywhere else.
| Feb 08, 2021
These tools are outstanding and versatile! It's great to have these things
The plastic zip ties that I use for various chores around the yard have to be replaced twice a year because of the heat here in the southwest Heat makes it necessary to do this 3 times a year. Snapping off zip ties is easy because the plastic hardens and snaps The stainless steel zip ties I use have lasted longer than I had expected, since I no longer have to replace them. Their strength and weather resistance make them ideal for outdoor use. The moment they are erected, they will be there forever. The ties are a little more difficult to apply than the plastic ones, but with a pair of needle nosed pliers they can be put on quite easily. I believe it is worth taking the time to do so. The recommendation is very strong.
| Feb 16, 2021
For maintaining fences on a farm, this is essential
The metal zip ties I am using are for affixing no climb wire fencing to T I had a hard time installing the T post clips. This task was made a lot easier with the metal zip ties. It was easy for them to cinch the wire onto the t posts and tighten the fence as we discussed. To tighten zip ties, use needle nose pliers and a pair of wire cutters to snip the excess, then fold over, and use the pliers to clip the sharp edges. My toolbox is now a staple of this type of tool, which is a must have for the farm. There's no doubt that these zip ties will stand up to the elements.
| Apr 20, 2021
Masks can be made with this material
The nose bridges for COVID are made with these - The masks worked perfectly for the 19 I made. I appreciate your kind words. The one who knows.
| Mar 08, 2021