Gripped Stainless Steel Tie Gun
Semi-auto module tightens and snips
- Significantly speeds up the process of applying stainless steel ties
- Durable steel body provides necessary tension coupled with secure grip
- Cutter bar will easily snip away excess when tightening is complete
- Gripped TPR thermoplastic rubber handles allow you to ergonomically use gun
- Gun use remains unhindered by protective gloves, unlike manual installation
With our stainless steel tie gun, you will find the installation of stainless steel cable ties requires a fraction of the time it would manually, while also protecting your hands against the sharp tie itself. It will ensure that you have an ergonomic way to apply tension to the cable tie, plus an immediate and extremely simple way to trim the end for a safe and secure bundle. The body itself is durable steel, with gripped handles for comfort and ease of use. The nose features a slit for insertion of the tie, where a metal gripper will make certain that it is completely secure during installation, with no chance of slipping. Cutter bar allows you to snip tie when finished, without the risk of doing so before hand. Protective gloves will not cause you to fumble or slow the process in any way, making the handles a highly beneficial feature. The Gripped Stainless Steel Tie Gun is crucial to all applications using stainless steel cable ties.
- For ties with max. thickness of 0.3mm, max. width of 7.9mm
- Body is 210 mm, cutter bar is 120 mm for easy access
- Stainless Steel plated, TPR gripped handles
- Sturdy springs ensure smooth continuous action
Hey there, I'm Gill for Cable Ties and More. Now cable ties are a classic and indispensable item in the world of cable management, but, when it comes to those large-scale tasks that could see you tighten and snip literally hundreds of ties, doing the job manually just isn't reasonable, plus it is hard on your hands. Particularly with stainless steel cable ties, to spend hours manually dealing with them will definitely take a toll on your fingers, palms and wrists. But, you are going to find with our awesome product the Stainless Steel Tie Gun, not only are your hands saved, but the task is sped up considerably. So, it's really easy to use, what you're going to do is wrap the tie to whatever you are bundling, and thread it through itself like you normally would. The gun is going to provide you with an ergonomic way to apply tension, coupled with an immediate way to snip off excess tail.
So let’s get started. As you can see, there is a slit up here by the head of the piece, and I am going to slid the tail right into it. I'll very easily begin to squeeze the arms, pushing the gun forward, and it is going to let me tighten the tie as much as I need, without wearing out or cutting my fingers on the steel tie itself. Then, when your tightening is done, just lift this cutter bar and the tie will be snipped, without the need for you to get different tools, or even change position. So you can see how with this tool you can tighten and clip literally hundreds of stainless steel cable ties, and still have fully functional hands afterwards. The body of the gun is also a durable steel, and the gripped arms will let you utilize it in full comfort. So it will perfectly accommodate a standard stainless steel cable tie, with a maximum thickness of 0.3 and a maximum width of 7.9 mm.
Now of course, there is a very real possibility that your not going to be using stainless steel cable ties, but would still benefit from a tool like this, that speeds up the job and saves your hands. Well at Cable Ties and More we have several cable tie guns for you to choose from, so regardless of the tie you're using, you will be helped considerably by the guns. We have our Economic Cable Gun, two models of the CTG guns, CTG 02 and 03, and finally two Avery Dennison cable tie tools, one of which is manual and one of which is pneumatic. So, beginning with the economic gun, which has a body of durable plastic, you will notice a tension dial and indicator here, just above the handle. Turning the dial will increase or decrease the amount of tension that will be applied to the tie. The indicator will move between these positive and negative signs, to let you know which way your going. And once that is set, just gently squeeze the trigger, push the gun forward, and the tie will easily be tightened. And of course, a final squeeze will snip off that excess.
Now, the CTG guns are a bit more heavy duty, with bodies made from coated steel. The 02 gun has arms rather than a trigger, and is going to accommodate more tie sizes, allowing them to range up to 2.3 mm in thickness, and 9.5 mm in width. So just insert the tie in the slot, squeeze the arms, and it will push the tie tight. This top arm will snip off your excess tail easily. The 03 model is built much like the Economic Gun, so you can see these CTG guns will let you select what body you find most comfortable. The trigger is gripped, and the butt of the gun has a tension dial indicator as well. This is to be used on ties with a width between 2.2 and 4.8 mm, and a thickness of 1.6 mm.
Finally, the Avery Dennison tools are made of lightweight cast aluminum, making them easy to handle, yet durable. Taking ties between 2.5 and 4.8 mm wide, the manual and pneumatic models have tension indicators and non-slip adjustment knobs. And of course, the pneumatic tool will minimize labor even further. So these cable tie guns are really indispensable when installing ties, particularly on those larger scale projects. They are popular in industrial settings, but really will be indispensable in so many uses, so for a tool that saves you time and pain, make sure you check them out. So thanks so much for watching, I really hope you see how regardless of the tie you use, our cable tie guns will be up for the job. For Cable Ties and More, I'm Gill, take care.