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Closure Options

Zippertubing® offers a comprehensive range of simple, operable closures used for assembly and re-entry to the wire harness for future repair or modification. Our vast array of closure mechanisms are designed to be cost effective and compatible with most of our Zippertubing® jacket products for a wide range of applications and industrial markets.

Hook and Loop

Hook and Loop closures consist of dissimilar woven tapes comprised of synthetic hook filaments on one side and loop fibers on the other. The construction allows for numerous fastening and unfastening of the jacket for re-entry, repairing and resealing. Primary use for hook and loop is applications where frequent accessibility is needed or complete removal of the product after the initial installation.
Hook-and-Loop (Aramid) with Drawing Number: 5105
Resealable Synthetic Fiber Fastener Tape
Hook-and-Loop  (Polyester) with Drawing Number: 5104
Resealable Synthetic Fiber Fastener Tape
Hook-and-Loop (Nylon) with Drawing Number: 5101
Resealable Synthetic Fiber Fastener Tape
The Hook and Loop closure consists of dissimilar woven tapes comprised of synthetic hook filaments on one side and loop fibers on the other. The closure is sealed when the hooks are forced into the loops causing the hook barbs to engage and catch the loop side. The hook barbs can be pulled out of th... View More

6 available combinations

The Hook and Loop closure consists of dissimilar woven tapes comprised of synthetic hook filaments on one side and loop fibers on the other. The closure is sealed when the hooks are forced into the loops causing the hook barbs to engage and catch the loop side. The hook barbs can be pulled out of th... View More

3 available combinations

The Hook and Loop closure consists of dissimilar woven tapes comprised of synthetic hook filaments on one side and loop fibers on the other. The closure is sealed when the hooks are forced into the loops causing the hook barbs to engage and catch the loop side. The hook barbs can be pulled out of th... View More

8 available combinations

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