Press Release Summary:
Offering alternative to gel or wax lubricants, Foam Wire Pulling Lubricant (Cat No. 51100) is applied by user directly into conduit and then fills conduit and coats wires as they are pulled through. Formula stays where applied and won’t drip out even if it is used in vertical conduit. Supplied in 19 oz can, product wipes away clean and will not leave stains on hands, clothing, or carpet.
Original Press Release:
Klein® Tools Introduces Exclusive Foam Wire Pulling Lubricant
No Drips! No Stains! No Mess!
(Lincolnshire, IL) – Klein Tools (http://www.kleintools.com), for professionals since 1857, introduces Foam Wire Pulling Lubricant, a no mess, no hassle alternative to traditional gel or wax lubricants. The exclusive foam formula stays where you apply it and doesn’t stain. No clean up required. Klein’s Foam Wire Pulling Lubricant (Cat. No. 51100) works differently than gels or waxes. Instead of spreading it onto the wires, foam lubricant is applied directly into the conduit. Then it fills the conduit and coats the wires as they are pulled through. The foam won’t drip out even if it is used in vertical conduit. Klein’s Foam Wire Pulling Lubricant also wipes away clean and won’t leave stains on hands, clothing or carpet.
Foam lubricant also has four times greater yield than gels or waxes.* One can equals four quarts of wax/gel lubricants. The 19 ounce can fits into a tool bag and is easier to carry around a job site than a pail or bucket.
“An electrician can spend hours applying traditional wire pulling lubricant and then cleaning up the mess it leaves behind,” says Klein Tools’ senior product manager Dave Mueller. “Our innovative foam lubricant eliminates all of that, saving time and money.”
For more information visit our website at www.kleintools.com, view the video, or contact your local distributor.
*Based on job site pulls with foam in ¾” conduit when used as directed.
Klein is a registered trademark of Klein Tools, Inc.
Since 1857 Klein Tools, a family-owned and operated company, has been designing, developing and manufacturing premium-quality, professional-grade hand tools. The majority of Klein tools are manufactured in plants throughout the United States and are the number one choice among professional electricians and other tradespeople. For more information, visit www.kleintools.com.
Klein Tools / Tina Bush