TOS Mag Daddy Magnetic Cable Tie Mount 26lbs Plenum White 10pc P7804459TOS-MAG-62416-10 Mag Daddy Magnetic Cable Tie Mount 26lbs Plenum White 10pc Data Safe Details 7804459 853691003429 0.03lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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Mag-Daddy Magnetic Cable Tie Mount 26lbs - Plenum White 10pc

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When Mag-Daddy first hit the TTS warehouse, our tech staff all said the same thing "Where was Mag-Daddy when we were in the field!"If you have ever had to move your extension ladder several feet at a time through a giant warehouse because your boss 'forgot' the lift, you will LOVE Mag-Daddy.It makes running wire simpler, safer, and so much faster.

Mag-Daddy's line of cable holders uses super strong magnets to attach your wires to virtually any beam or other metal object.Just pop your wires in and set the clip, that's it!

MAG-62416 is great for use on: Steel, Beams, Purlins, Ceiling Decks, Drop Ceiling Channels, Metal Joists, Frame Rail, Screw Heads, Metal Washer, etc.:

  • Worlds strongest magnet
  • Triple plated (NiCuNi)
  • Maximum Strength 16 lbs
  • Premium plastic
  • Plenum rated
  • Easy, fast installation
  • Labor time savings
  • No drilling, welding required
  • Safer installations
  • Ability to Rotate 360°
  • Re-usability
  • Take in and out wires
  • UL Listed
  • Color: White
  • Quantity: 10

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