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HGDC1-3 - Hellermann Helagrip Cable Markers dia 1.0-3.0mm

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HGDC1-3 - Hellermann Helagrip Cable Markers dia 1.0-3.0mm
Gusseted design allows the marker to fit firmly over a wide range of cable diameters. Chevron cut to lock markers together ensuring sequences remaining in place, supplied semi-cut on self-grip dispenser reels of 1,000.
1,000 pc pack
Excl. VAT: £15.40 Incl. VAT: £18.48

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Excl. VAT: £15.40 Incl. VAT: £18.48
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Hellermann HG Helagrip Markers are used to mark cable and wire. Ideally suited to panel building, mass transit, utilities, telecommunications and electrical contracting. The product is supplied on a reel for easy storage and access during installation.

Helagrip cable markers have a specially designed profile, allowing each size to fit a wide range of cable diameters. The chevron end cut enables locked alignment of the sequence. Helagrip is manufactured from a high-grade PVC compound and is permanently marked.

Markers are available as standard in international resistor colour code. White material marked in Black.

Characters are 0-9, A-Z, and standard electrical symbols.

Features & Benefits:

  • Easily apply one size marker to a wide range of cable
  • Markers are applied before termination takes place
  • Chevron cut to lock markers together ensuring sequences remaining in place
  • Flexible material so product returns securely on the wire.

 

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