|For Min Cable Dia:||5⁄8 in|
|For Max Cable Dia:||1 1⁄4 in|
|Breaking Strength:||7,500 lb|
|Application:||Insulated Cables; Conductors|
|Features:||Parallel-Jaw Grip is Designed with a Round Inside-Jaw Contour For Maximum Contact to Minimize Conductor Damage; Lower Jaw is Serrated to Firmly Grip Insulated Cables and Conductors|
|For Cable Type:||Wide Range of Cables|
|Maximum Work Load:||7,500 lb|
|Mesh Length:||4 1⁄2 in|
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About Manual Grips
Cable pulling grips keep a strong hold on wire and cable as they're pulled through conduit or strung on utility poles. Commonly used for installing electrical and data wire and overhead transmission lines, these grips help prevent damage to the cable or wire from dropping or snagging. They should not be used at tensions close to their breaking strength.
These jaw grips maintain temporary tension on cables until they can be permanently anchored. They have jaws that securely hold the cable as it is pulled and are suitable for use in applications where cable or conductor deformation is not a concern.