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Product Spotlight: HellermannTyton Ratchet P Clamp

Introducing The Ratchet P Clamp

HellermannTyton’s Ratchet P Clamp is an innovative wire bundling solution that offers convenience without sacrificing reliability or functionality, compared to traditional ratchet clamps. Users can clamp wires by hand and listen for the audible clicks to ensure the clamp has locked in place. To release the clamp users simply apply pressure with a small flat-head screwdriver between the ratchet rails. The Ratchet P Clamp also aligns wires as they are secured which centers the cable and reduces pinching. All these features and more make the Ratchet P Clamp easy for users to quickly install and adjust.

Ratchet P Clamp Key Features

  • Offers three lengths of mounting plates and 180°, 15°, 30°, and 90° angle orientations
  • Adjustable settings for cable bundles ranging from 0.24″ (6.2 mm) to 2.00″ (51 mm)
  • Capable of withstanding extreme temperatures, chemicals, salt spray and heavy UV light exposure.
  • Can be closed manually or with an EVO Series hand tool and tension tabs
  • Offered in four sizes and multiple mounting configurations

Ratchet P Clamp Applications

  • Heavy duty equipment manufacturing
  • Automotive  
  • Solar installations (e.g. solar photovoltaic system)

Your Authorized Source for Ratchet P Clamps

bisco industries is your authorized HellermannTyton distributor and now offers the entire line of Ratchet P Clamps.  bisco’s long standing partnership with HellermannTyton means you’ll receive expert service, competitive pricing, and expedited lead times. To learn more about Ratchet P Clamps download the product brochure.

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