Cable ties are fasteners designed to hold items together, primarily wires and cables. The common cable tie is made of nylon, with a flexible tape section covered in teeth that engage with the head of the tie. As the free end of the tie is pulled tight, the teeth catch the head so the tie does not come undone.
Cable ties are also available in stainless steel variations to withstand exterior applications and hazardous environments.
Cable tie mounts are adhesive fasteners used to mount wire and cable bundles onto a surface. Mounts typically feature a four-way slotted design to securing cable ties in two directions, and fast-acting adhesive provides high initial tack and long-term holding strength.