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The difference between nylon cable ties and PVC cable ties

The difference between nylon cable ties and PVC cable ties is mainly in the following aspects:


1. Anti-aging ability


The difference between nylon cable ties and PVC cable ties lies in their different anti-aging capabilities. The long-term use of PVC cable ties will cause the surface to age, and the internal iron wire will be exposed and hurt the object. This leads to certain dangers, especially if it is used on electric wires and electrical appliances, there will be a danger of conducting electricity. The nylon cable ties have good anti-aging ability and insulation properties, which can delay the aging progress of the cable ties and avoid accidents.


2. Corrosive


Since the self-locking nylon cable ties are made of PA66 material, the nylon cable ties have certain advantages in corrosion resistance. In the daily use of PVC cable ties, due to the low corrosion resistance, with the passage of time, it is easy to rot or weather, which has a great impact on the bound objects. The nylon cable ties have good corrosion resistance and can be used normally in domestic industrial places.


3. Operability


Traditional PVC cable ties are cumbersome in actual operation, and it is difficult for workers to operate on the same scale, resulting in high labor costs. The use of nylon cable ties is simple, which can bring high efficiency to enterprises.


4. Tensile resistance


Nylon cable ties are sturdy and reliable, with high tensile strength, impact resistance, and wear resistance, effectively extending the service life of self-locking nylon cable ties. In actual use, it is not easy to break, and it is an economical cable tie product that is more in line with contemporary users.


5. Environmental protection


The traditional PVC material has certain pollution to the environment, which is not conducive to the requirements of modern green development, while the nylon cable tie is made of PA66, which has good environmental protection.

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