Advanced Cable Ties Solar Wire-Management Products

For Solar, Wind, and Harsh Environment Applications

GARDNER, Mass., Oct. 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Advanced Cable Ties, Inc. announces another significant new product introduction, NYLON 12 Cable Ties, molecularly designed to withstand the harsh rays of the sun and corrosive outdoor elements.


The unique properties of Nylon 12 make it the choice for engineers designing for Solar and Wind Power Applications as well as other extreme climate environments. Nylon 12 Cable Ties resist temperature fluctuations, are chemical resistant, and insensitive to stress cracking. The smooth edges eliminate abrasion damage and won't cut into panel cables. Low water absorption and high density maintains the stability of the cable tie providing ultra-long lasting performance for solar panel systems.

Advanced Cable Ties produces a complete range of sizes from 5" up to a 14" heavy duty in convenient contractor packaging of 100 per bag and 1,000 per case, proudly made in their Gardner, Massachusetts facility.

Established in 1994, Advanced Cable Ties, Inc. is a privately owned, leading, full-line manufacturer of cable ties and wiring accessories proudly made in the U.S.A. Advanced Cable Ties' core fundamentals are quality products, exceptional customer service, and helping our distributors increase sales and market share.

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