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Conduit Steel P Clips with Rubber Lining

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Conduit Steel P Clips with Rubber Lining
Conduit Fastener P Clips for attaching to walls, ceilings, tarps etc. Being composed of steel, these clips can hold more weight than the standard nylon clips.
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From: Excl. VAT: £2.79 Incl. VAT: £3.35

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Rubber lined steel conduit clips for heavy duty fastening of conduit, pipes, and cables. Being composed of steel, these clips can hold more weight than the standard nylon clips.

These come coupled with a removable inner rubber lining to protect against the possibility of chafing or damage to the surface of the component being clamped. This without affecting the integrity of the clip.

5.7mm fixing hole is on each clip allowing for secure placement to any area of a wall, ceiling, tarp, etc that these need installing on.

Our Conduit / Convoluted Tubing Clips are of High Quality and Low Cost that gives you the best results every time. For further information please contact our sales team. 

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Specifications
 Closed Inside Diameter  16mm / 35mm
 Width  12.6mm
 Fixing Hole Diameter  6.6mm
 Material  Stainless Steel
 Stainless Steel Type  A2 304
 Coating/Lining  Rubber
 Colour  Black
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