Wire clamps for networking/video wires

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Wire clamps for networking/video wires

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I am running some networking wire under my crawl space. I would like to use a wiring clamp that will allow me to easily add more wires in the future. At work they use these Hilti ones but I do not see any sites online to order them:
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The clamps like above can be opened easily to allow more wires to be added then closed when finished. Does anyone know of anything similar sold at home centers or online stores, or can someone point me to a way to order these Hilti ones? Seeing as how they are Hilti I have a feeling they will cost an arm or a leg. I need roughly 10-15 of them.
 
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I plan to screw the clamps to the bottom of the joists.
 
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J hooks.
https://www.anixter.com/north-americ...NE.221885.html

Or, a cheap method, just buy a roll of velcro, cut into strips, put screw in middle of strip and wrap cables. Can come apart to add more later.
 
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Thank you Furd.... I couldn't think of that name for the life of me. Bridle rings are perfect for that application.
 
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Originally Posted by Mr.Awesome View Post

Or, a cheap method, just buy a roll of velcro, cut into strips, put screw in middle of strip and wrap cables. Can come apart to add more later.
They have an even easier way.. There are Velcro brand cable wraps that come on a roll, pre-cut. You just tear them off as you need them. I absolutely love them.



They fit through the slots on the larger square zip-tie mounts (the kind with the screw hole in the middle, not the sticky ones), and tail goes through head just like a zip-tie.
 
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