Swift-Zip™ (PFR) is a smooth, flexible, flame-retardant, fungus-resistant and water-resistant cable management solution featuring a rare industry find of a continuous zipper closure. Swift-Zip™ (PFR) uses a rubber-like poly(ether)urethane jacketing material, making it the perfect product for cable bundles or wiring that may need the capability to move without compromising security. At only 0.010" in thickness, the PFR jacketing is lightweight and moves effortlessly. The PFR jacketing is used in the aerospace and military industries due to its non-PVC material makeup and meeting the MIL-I-3930/21 specifications. Additionally, PFR meets the MIL-C-27072 and MIL-C-13777 specifications for electrical cable insulation, the MIL-STD-810 for fungus resistance, and the UL94 V-O standard for flame retardancy. 

The strong, RF-welded zipper closure is laminated in a polyurethane film which has a resistance to water, making this solution ideal for environments that may experience exposure to fluid. Though it is not completely waterproof, any contact with liquid it does have will cause the liquid to simply bead off, keeping the look and feel of the product sleek and clean. The zipper’s teeth thread is located within, so the outside has an even and flush exterior. Depending on requirements or needs, Swift-Zip™ (PFR) can be cut to any length, while still having the protection of a durable zipped closure with a removable zipper. Finished endings can be easily stapled or sewn shut.

Swift-Zip™ (PFR) is ideal for wrapping around cable bundles, wiring or other applications that are in an indoor or outdoor environment where the need for a secure closure and the ability to move are present.

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