Galvan Offers Broad Selection Of U.S. Made Cable Ties, Mounting Hole Ties, Mounting Pads and Wire Mailer Books

CHARLOTTE -- Galvan Industries is offering fast delivery from stock on its new family of cable ties, mounting hole ties and mounting pads. The ties and pads are available in a variety of colors, materials, tensile strengths and dimensions to fit most any application.

The company supplies nylon cable ties in tensile strengths from 18# to 50# and lengths from 4.1 to 14.5 inches. Black ultra violet cable ties are available in tensile strengths as high as 175# and lengths up to 3 feet. Galvan's heavy duty cable ties offer tensile strengths as high as 175# and lengths to 4 feet. Stainless steel ties with tensile strengths of 100# in lengths from 7.9 inches to 26.8 inches are also available.

In addition to mounting pads, Galvan stocks mounting hole ties in tensile strengths from 18 to 120 and lengths ranging from 4.5 inches to 15 inches. Also available are wire marker books and matching terminal markers produced from TyvekŪ.

Galvan Industries is well known among electrical wholesalers and contractors as the only U.S. manufacturer of both hot dip galvanized, copper clad and stainless steel ground rods. Its electrical and electronic products are used in a wide variety of applications, including commercial/indus- trial/residential construction, cable TV, lightning protection, power generation, telecommunications and OEM markets.

Galvan products are made in America and manufactured to comply with applicable UL, RUS, ASTM, ANSI and NEMA requirements.

For more information, or to place an order, contact Galvan Industries at 1-800-277-5678, Fax to (704) 455-5215, email

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