There are several different types of stainless steel cable ties that have a variety of uses and that respond well to varied environments.

The two most common types of stainless steel cable ties are the roller ball and ladder style. They are available in both coated and uncoated format.  The roller ball tie has a small metal ball that presses down on the tie as it is pulled through a tapered enclosure.  The ladder style tie uses a tooth in clasp that catches in perforations in the tie.

Both types, roller ball and ladder style cable ties can be used effectively in harsh environments, under demanding conditions. These ties can withstand exposure to extreme temperatures, UV light, radiation, vibration, chemicals, fuels and lubricants and salt water. Due to there  reliability, convenience and versatility stainless steel cable ties are ideal for use in industry. Stainless steel cable ties provide a secure fastening system with years of longevity and no maintenance.

They can be used effectively for bundling wire and cable and attaching control or communication wires to masts.  They can be used to  attach heat tracer cables to pipes. They can also be used to secure safety screening to bridges and fastening labels to poles and conduits.

With so many varied and effective uses, both roller ball and ladder style stainless steel cable ties are highly recommended for use in the marine and petro chemical industries. They are also recommended for food processing, mining, oil and gas, forestry, construction, health services, electrical utilities and signage industries.

For more information visit our website at www.bandngo.com or send us an email at info@bandngo.com

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    We at BAND-N-GO Inc. are in the process of setting up manufacturing of Stainless Steel “FAB Strap” or as some people, like to call it “Preformed Clamps”.
    “FAB Strap” consist of usually a length of stainless steel strapping either 1/2″ or 3/4″ and it has a stainless steel wing seal attached.
    This product is commonly used for holding heat tracer cable to pipes or Insulation jackets to structures.
    By having the “FAB Strap” pre cut to length and a wing seal attached, saves on material wastage and will save many man hours, during installation.
    The bulk cost of an insulating job is in labor.
    Contact us at “BAND-N-GO Inc.” and let us do, a free cost benefit analysis, for your project.
    Let me show you how, your job will be better, your installers will be happier and your cost will be lower.

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