|Overall Length:||25 ft|
|Tape Width:||1⁄4 in|
|Tape Thickness:||1⁄32 in|
|Maximum Pulling Strength:||500 lb|
|Application:||Long Runs; Heavy Duty Wire Pulls|
|Body Type:||Winder Case|
|Features:||Plastic Slotted Tip That Resists Snagging and Easily Accepts Wire Attachment; Permanent Laser Etched 1 ft Increments on the Tape; Flat|
|Graduation Scale:||12 in|
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About Manual Fish Tape
Run electrical, data, audio, video, and telecommunication cables and wires through conduit, behind walls, above ceilings, or below floors using fish tape, also known as an electrician's snake. The fish tape is guided through the area where the cable or wire will be run. Then the cable or wire is attached to the fish tape, and the tape is pulled through along with the cable or wire. The tape comes on a reel for neat, compact storage when not in use.
Made from stiff, strong materials with little flexibility, this fish tape can be pushed or pulled through long, straight runs of conduit with minimal risk of jamming.