Prior to Velcro, zip, wire, or plastic ties, Lacing Cords were used to bundle and secure cables. Although popular, these ties can sometimes choke cables and lower productivity. Because of this, Lacing Cords are still preferred as a low-cost alternative to ties in certain applications.
These cords are often used in situations where greater flexibility is necessary. This increased give is essential when wires are too bulky to use ties, or when the cables need to be able to be pulled alongside one another.
Lacing Cords are made from a variety of treated and untreated fibers and linens to meet demands from a variety of environments. These cords can be used effectively for tying electrical apparatuses, bundling or marking wires and cables, harnessing applications, or tying stator and coil applications. Lacing Cords are ideal in industries such as Telecommunication, Construction, Electrical, Motor and Transformer, and Installation and Repair.
Western Filament 190LOF21D Size 2 Fiberglass Lacing Tape, 0.099 - 0.121" x 250 yd x 0.013 - 0.019", Natural, Teflon Coated
Western Filament 100LOF15A Size 3 Fiberglass Lacing Tape, 0.085" x 500 yd x 0.016", Natural, Vinyl Chloride
Western Filament 48NOZ3W Size 2 Type P Nylon Lacing Cord, 750 yd/lb, Natural, Wax Coated, 1 lb Spool
Western Filament PGS1CL Size 1 Dacron/Fiberglass Lacing Tape, 0.215" x 250 yd x 0.021", Natural, Polyurethane
Breyden 504 Heat Shrinkable Polyester Lacing Cord, 0.037 - 0.043" x 875 yd Spool, Natural, Treated, 8 lb Spool