PIPETAPE520HD 520 inch x 1/2 inch High Density Pipe Tape – 10 pkg.
S-hooks are curved, s-shaped hooks that are commonly made from steel, wrought iron, polyethylene plastic, and other strong materials. You’ll find other accessories and supplies for your applications, like stainless steel quick links, hook-and-loop sanding discs, screw-in cup hooks, and travel-ready s-biners.
- Pull the trigger by one hand and the grip will be opened easily and release instantly to quickly insert or remove wire.
- Special designed for gripping a wider range of cables.
Forged alloy steel construction is durable yet lightweight, yellow chromate finish protects grips from rust and corrosion.
- Widely to be used in the power, communications, and general contruction fields to pull wire and cable.
- Used for pulling up lines to tension only. Not to be used as anchors.
Jaw is availalbe for large teeth, aggressive teeth, and fine teeth for different applications.
- Model 16-TG40, 16-TGA50, and 16-TGA60 with a twist-grip prevent the cable from bending and damage.
Premium tools include the appropriate crimp die configuration, integral locating, and integral straightening features that permit terminals or contacts crimped in these tools to meet all feature requirements in applicable TEC application (114-) specifications. Most premium tools include an adjustable insulation crimp height feature and the CERTI-CRIMP ratcheting feature, set at the factory, which prevents the ratchet from releasing until the wire crimp jaws bottom within .001. This helps provide consistent repeatability of the crimp. Premium hand tools require the least amount of user dexterity.
Commercial die assemblies are designed to meet the wire crimp height requirements per the applicable TEC application (114-) specifications. Other feature requirements may or may not be met. Commercial handle assemblies permit the interchange of die assemblies and an adjustable ratcheting feature. Users are responsible for adjusting the ratchet to obtain the correct crimp height. Commercial tools require a greater amount of user dexterity than premium crimp tools.
Service tools are generally single thickness, stamped tools. They are not intended to meet any specifications and require a higher level of user dexterity to obtain acceptable results.