What is Wire Loom?
Wire loom is a flexible, tube-shaped product that installs over bundles of wires to keep them neat, organized, and protected from abrasion and other damage. Also known as corrugated tubing, wire loom has a ridged surface that lets it bend easily, but also gives it extra strength. Wire loom is generally slit along its length, making it easy for users to insert and remove cables, but there are also a few unsplit varieties available, which can be used as a type of flexible conduit when extra cable protection is needed.
To use wire loom, simply slip cables in through the side slit – this can be done by hand, or with a wire loom tool, which folds around cable bundles and helps you “zip” them into place in just seconds. Cables are equally easy to remove, which makes wire loom perfect for use in situations that call for frequent cable updates and reconfigurations.
Wire loom is extremely versatile, and can be used at home (to prevent small children and pets from chewing on power cords) or at the office (to organize and conceal the computer cables under your desk). There's even chrome automotive wire loom, which is used to protect and add some custom aftermarket shine to engine bay and motorcycle cables.
See the wire loom and flexible conduit in action for office equipment:
- Home computers
- Home entertainment systems
- Household appliances
- Industrial, automotive or theatrical wiring
- Anywhere wires and cables are an eyesore and a danger
- Protects your wiring from pets chewing and helps protect your pets as well
Whether your wiring octopus is at work, in your home office or lurking behind your home entertainment center, these cable management solutions (like the general purpose wire loom) will improve the look of your space and make it safer, all for just a few dollars. Prices for our products, like the flexible conduit, are surprisingly affordable, starting at just $5.99. Available in lengths from 1' up to 3200'.