Classic-Wrap™ is our new jacketing-and-track cable management solution that is designed to meet any cable management requirement. The 63-20 jacketing is highly durable and effortlessly flexible and can be utilized in a variety of environments and conditions. The PVC film jacket is military-grade and RoHS compliant and meets MIL-I-631D, Type F, Form S, Class I. The jacketing is equipped with an overlap of the material inside the tube so you can easily tuck your wires within the cable management system and close the track more easily. Also, this jacketing is fire-resistant, fungus-resistant, water-resistant, and UV stabilized, and it has excellent corrosion-resistance properties. With a 700-volt dielectric rating and an operational temperature range of -4°F to 221°F, 63-20 is one of Zippertubing’s most versatile jacketing options.

The Z-Track (PVC) is a universal and secure closure. This arrowhead-and-channel interlock design is a first choice due to its polyvinylchloride compound, as well as its flame-retardant and fluid-resistant properties. The Z-Track uses the ZTZ-SP plier (sold separately) for a quick closure.

Classic-Wrap™ is the ideal cable management solution for industries such as the automotive industry due to being fire-resistant, water-resistant, corrosion-resistant, and having an operational temperature range up to 221°F. This cable management solution is a better alternative to electrical tape because of its flexible jacketing and secure track closure, and the ability to easily access tubing or wires if needed.

Because we can mass-produce the Classic-Wrap™ in our high-production department, we are able to offer set lengths and diameters for this high-value solution at a low cost. If you require specific diameters, jacketing, or closures, Zip-On® is our highly customizable cable management solution with hundreds of thousands of variations. There is sure to be one unique combination perfect for your application.

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