From $12.00 / 100 per pack
Made up 33 flexible “cells” instead of one continuous strap, a Mille-Tie cannot be over-tightened, and often allows for several “ties” from a single strip.
Price $9.00 / 10 per pack
With a thicker, wider design that supports heavier cable bundles (up to 50 lbs), these unique cable ties reduce waste, and are virtually impossible to over-tighten.
Price $12.00 / per 100 pack
The Mille-Tie now also offers you the added reassurance of enhanced fire safety and reduced environmental impact. Whatever the application, LSOH Mille-Ties can play an essential role in maintaining system performance and meeting modern environmental and safety regulations.
Plenum (UL1565) Mille-Tie
Price $26.00 / per 100 pack
These UL-rated ties are molded from a custom polymer that conforms to health and safety requirements for use in air handling spaces.
Mille-Tie is an advanced cable management tool that is based upon the concept of a multi-purpose waste-free tie strip. It uses a unique chain-like design that contains numerous apertures, each of which is actually narrower than the Mille-Tie itself. Yet magically the Mille-Tie slips easily through any aperture you choose! When made from advanced polymers, this patented design yields a strong yet extremely soft and flexible cable tie, that is perfectly suited for use on all modern performance data cabling types.
In use, Mille-Ties are more functional and convenient than other cable management strips, and are of particular benefit when installing sensitive cabling such as Category 6 and optical fiber. You can find out about the many different ways of using a Mille-Tie in our User Guide section, while our cable protection, waste management and environmental impact sections illustrate the growing need for advanced cabling techniques.
- There Are Cable Ties, and Then Are Mille-Ties!
When it comes to methods for bundling and organizing cables, cable ties can be one of the simplest and most straightforward solutions available to you. Cable ties are often a natural choice because of their cost-effectiveness, versatility, and ease-of-installation factors. Unfortunately, although they do get the job done, both nylon and stainless-steel standard cable ties can present a risk of over-tightening. To many people, over-tightening may not sound like much of a threat, but it can potentially cause damage to cable jackets, as well as the kind of pinching that can inhibit proper data signal transmission in Cat6 and optical fiber cables.