Tidi-Hooks are heavy-duty, highly visible cable management hooks which are designed to raise temporary cables off the floor.
Holds 9 x 110v arctic cables
Suitable for walls and ceilings
Max load 10kg
Fully Reusable and Recyclable
Create drop-down points
Manufactured in the UK
Tidi-Hooks are simple and easy-to-use cable hooks for walls and ceilings. They are a quick and highly visible solution to trailing cables in any workplace. Most customers run the Tidi-Hook at a high level along corridors and walkways, suspending cables from one to the next. This keeps them off the floor and completely removes the risk of people tripping over them.
Ideal for Long Corridors
Because they can also be used on ceilings, some customers use them as a permanent alternative to cable trays. Each of our Tidi-Hooks can hold up to 10 kilograms of weight and with an internal diameter of 2.5 centimetres, so you can easily fit 9 x 110 volt arctic cables. They can also fit larger power cables and hoses if required.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What's the max load?
The max load is 10kg when two screws are used.
How many 110v leads will each one carry?
Each Tidi-Hook® has the capacity to hold 9 x 1.5mm 3 core 110v cables arctic cables.
What size screw do I need?
The screw holes are 5mm in diameter.
What’s the diameter of the hooks?
The internal diameter of the hooks is 23mm.
Will armoured cable fit in them?
This product is unsuitable for the majority of armoured cable due to size issues.
Are they available in different colours?
Yes, the MOQ is 1000 units for a custom colour.
Can they be supplied with different fire ratings?
The standard Tidi-Hooks® have a fire rating of HB. However, to comply with your sites specific fire requirements, Tidi-Hooks® can be purchased with V2, V1 or V0 ratings. There will be a short lead time for these orders as they’re not a product we hold in stock.
How far apart should I space them?
We recommend every 2 metres to reduce sagging, although they can be spaced as far as you wish.