Fiberglass Fish Tape features non-conductive design.
October 12, 2012 -
Made with non-conductive tape, tip, and case, Fiberglass Fish Tape protects professional tradespeople, electrical wires, and equipment against energized circuits when wire pulling. USA-made product is available in 100 ft length with laser-etched 1 ft markings that allow accurate measure of depth of conduit runs as well as amount of tape left to pay out.
New Non-Conductive Fiberglass Fish Tape from Klein Tools
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Klein Tools, Inc.
450 Bond St.
Lincolnshire, IL, 60069
Press release date: October 5, 2012
Klein Tools, (http://www.kleintools.com/) for professionals since 1857, introduces non-conductive fiberglass fish tape to protect professional tradespeople, electrical wires and equipment when wire pulling. This new fish tape is made with a non-conductive tape, tip and case for added protection against energized circuits. End-user research has confirmed that the number one concern for all electricians is their safety.
“While Klein Tools does not recommend wire pulling in an energized environment, we know that it does occur.” states Marina Wolk, product manager. “This new non-conductive fish tape minimizes the potential human risk and equipment damage that can occur if live circuits are present.”
Made in the USA, the non-conductive tape (Catalog Number 56024) is available in a 100’ length. The laser-etched 1’ markings allow an accurate measure of the depth of conduit runs as well as the amount of tape left to pay out.
For more information including video, visit our website at www.kleintools.com or contact your local distributor.