Press Release Summary:
With CatamountÂ® Twist TailÂ® Cable Tie, users can bend and twist off tail after installation, leaving no sharp edges to scratch cables or hands. Available in white or UV-resistant black 6.6 nylon, cable tie provides 30 lb of minimum loop tensile strength, which is suitable for light-duty applications.
Original Press Release:
Catamount® Twist Tail® Cable Tie Enables Trimming Excess Tail Without Tools
New Product from Thomas & Betts doesn't leave sharp edges
MEMPHIS, Tenn., - The new Catamount® Twist Tail® Cable Tie from Thomas & Betts enables the installer to remove the tail end of the tie without the use of tools. The patented design allows the user to simply bend and twist off the tail after installation, leaving no sharp edges to scratch cables or hands.
"The Catamount Twist Tail Cable Tie enables installers to remove the excess tail without tools," said Rachelle Weiss, product manager for Thomas & Betts. "This can save time since the installer needs only to grasp the excess tail between his thumb and forefinger, bend it in the other direction and twist. Plus, it doesn't leave sharp edges."
Available in white or ultraviolet-resistant black 6.6 nylon, the Catamount Twist Tail Cable Tie provides 30 pounds of minimum loop tensile strength, which is suitable for any light-duty cable tie application.
For more information about Catamount Twist Tail Cable Tie, visit
www.tnb.com/contractor/docs/catamount.pdf or call (800) 816-7809.
Thomas & Betts Corporation (NYSE: TNB) is a global leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of essential components used to manage the connection, distribution, transmission and reliability of electrical power in industrial, construction and utility applications. With a portfolio of more than 200,000 products marketed under more than 45 premium brand names, Thomas & Betts products are found wherever electricity is used. With headquarters in Memphis, Tenn., Thomas & Betts reported revenues of $2 billion and had approximately 8,750 employees in 2010. For more information, please visit www.tnb.com.