Holds 6 x 110v arctic cables
Heavy duty foam backing
Max load 2kg
Space every 2 metres
Suitable for unfinished surfaces
Manufactured in the UK
2mm Thick Foam Carrier
We chose a foam carrier for the backing of this product for two reasons:
- It’s extremely strong – perfect for active construction sites
- When pushed against a wall, the foam carrier fills all of the bumps and holes, to provide maximum surface adhesion
Simply space the Tidi-Patches Grade 1 at 2 metres apart along corridors or walkways and suspend cables from one to the next. Each patch can easily hold 2kg or 6 x 110v arctic cables.
Also, there are two 5mm screw holes, enabling users to fix this product to a ceiling.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What's the max load?
On a smooth, dry, dust-free surface, Grade 1 Tidi-Patches® can hold up to 2kg of cables.
How many 110v leads will each one carry?
Each Grade 1 Tidi-Patch® can support 6 x 1.5mm 3 core 110v cables arctic cables.
What size screw do I need?
The internal diameter of the screw hole is 5mm.
What’s the diameter of the hooks?
The internal diameter of the hooks is 23mm.
Will armoured cable fit in them?
No, this product is designed for temporary cables.
Are they available in different colours?
Tidi-Patches® Grade 1 are available in any colour upon request with an MOQ of 1000 units.
Will this cause any damage when removed?
This product has an extremely heavy duty adhesive backing and as such, will cause damage when removed.
What are the suitable surfaces for this product?
Any unfinished surface which has been dusted down and is dry. This product is NOT suitable for any finished surfaces as it may leave foam/remove finishes.
Can this product be used on the ceiling?
This product can be used on the ceiling if screwed in place. The adhesive alone is not suitable for the ceiling.
How far apart should I space them?
Grade 1 Tidi-Patches® should be spaced every 2 metres along a wall.
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