The Hook-It® line of products offered by Zippertubing® is a hook-and-loop closure system that is heat-sealed or sewn to a protective jacket made from an extruded film or coated fabric. The Hook-It® family of products offers the easiest closure system available from Zippertubing®. They are field installable and can be easily re-entered when necessary.
Hook-It® has no tool required for install or re-entry, making it useful in hard-to-reach or frequently accessed areas. The hook-and-loop closure is available in different materials such as Nylon, Polyester, and Aramid. Although primarily designed for light-duty cable applications, the variety of different jacket material options allow the Hook-It® solution to prove itself useful in almost any industry or application.
Hook-It® (SAM-1000), a flame-retardant product, is composed of materials, which make it one of the most practical products for use under the hood of an automobile or in other areas where heat protection is imperative.
Hook-It® (SAM-1000) has a jacketing made of rugged, aluminumized, silicone-coated fiberglass and an aramid hook-and-loop closure. It is sewn using one of the highest heat-rated materials we offer: Kevlar thread. With these materials, the product can withstand 350°F of continuous heat.
Not only does Hook-It® (SAM-1000) protect your valuable components from heat, but it also has a sleek appeal that is sure to make any engine compartment shine. This product can be used for a multitude of applications, including shielding wires, hoses, or cables inside an engine compartment from heat. It can also be installed around fuel lines to reduce the possibility of fuel line vapor lock or even reduce intake temperatures. Due to the array of diameters and customization capabilities that Hook-It® (SAM-1000) offers, the possibilities for its use are endless.
If you are in need of a heat-reflective or thermal management product and don't see it on our website, never fear. Zippertubing offers custom, one-off engineering that will exceed your expectations. Whether you are looking for a simple thermal cable bundling product or something to handle harsher temperatures, it’s time to contact The Zippertubing Company!
*When trimming the length of any sewn product, we recommend sewing the new ends if the product. When cutting this product, we also recommend using Kevlar thread to resew the ends to ensure the product retains its original thermal properties.
|Minimum Operating Temperature||-50 ° F (-46 ° C )|
|Maximum Operating Temperature||350 ° F (177 ° C )|
Please contact us for custom needs. We have a solution for you!
|Shape of Installation||Round|
|Cable Diameter||0.5" 0.625" 0.75" 0.875" 1.0" 1.125" 1.25" 1.375" 1.5" 1.625" 1.75" 1.875" 2.0" 2.125" 2.25" 2.375" 2.5" 2.625" 2.75" 2.875" 3.0" 3.125" 3.25" 3.375" 3.5" 3.625" 3.75" 3.875" 4.0" 4.125" 4.25" 4.375" 4.5" 4.625" 4.75" 4.875" 5.0" 5.125" 5.25" 5.375" 5.5" 5.625" 5.75" 5.875" 6.0"|
|Unit Length||Custom Length|
|Closure||1" Hook and Loop (Aramid) White|
|Thread Type||Kevlar Thread|
|Material Thickness Variance||-0.003" to +0.005"|
|Shelf Life||60 months|
|Temperature Range||-50° to 240°C (-58° to 464°F)|
|Tear Strength||>650/>600 N/cm (warp) | >550/>400 N/cm (fill)|
|Configuration||Aluminized Silicone-Coated Woven Fiberglass|
|Material||Aramid and Nylon|
|Temperature Range||-57° to 177°C (-71° to 351°F)|
|Mil-Spec||GSA Spec A-A-55126, Type I, Class 2 Formerly Mil-F-21840 Type I, Class 2|
|Shelf Life||36 Months|
|Shelf Life||60 months|
|Material||Spun para-Aramid filaments|
|Flame Retardant||Decomposes at 448°C|
|Break Strength||16 lbs-min|
|Temperature||210°C max. operational Short spikes to 250°C Decomposition at 448°C|
|Finish||Soft, No bonding|
Specifications subject to change without notice. All statements and technical information contained herein are based on tests we believe to be reliable, but the accuracy or completeness is not guaranteed under all circumstances. Before using Zippertubing® products, the user shall determine suitabilituriy for the intended use, and user assumes all responsibility for improper selection. Published attenuation values of Zippertubing® shielding have been verified by laboratory testing of the respective shielding materials. Actual installed attenuation values may differ due to installation techniques and final assembly operation parameters which are beyond the control of Zippertubing®. Actual attenuation values can only be determined by the end user testing the completed assembly. U.S. and International Patents and patents pending. © 2019 The Zippertubing® Company, Chandler, Arizona.