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Our offices will be closed on Monday, May 29th, in observance of Memorial Day. FedEx paid priority & FREE delivery orders placed before 5:00PM ET on Friday, May 26th will ship same day (if paid for by CC or PO account in good standing). FedEx/UPS ground & freight orders have a 1:00PM ET cutoff. Orders placed after the Friday cutoff times will ship on Tuesday, May 30th.
Fish tape pulling tools facilitate threading wire or cable through a filled or empty conduit up to 2 inches in diameter. The low-friction design allows easy glide through the conduit without binding at turns, joints, or couplings. Spiral extruded polymer models reduce the effort required to push or pull the wire or cable, offer greater flexibility, and are rustproof.
Southwire's SIMpull™ fish tape makes pulling wire or cable through a filled or empty conduit up to 2 inches in diameter easily. The low friction design allows these fish tapes to easily glide through the conduit without binding at turns, joints, or couplings. Spiral extruded polymer reduces the amount of effort required to push or pull the fish tape through EMT, IMC, Rigid or PVC conduit and as an added bonus polymer fish tapes will not rust. Do not confuse these polymer tapes with a fiberglass tape. A polymer fish tape offers greater flexibility than fiberglass fish tapes. These fish tapes will not break when folded or leave uncomfortable splinters. With the swiveling flexible metal leader and the polymer non-conductive tape makes the job SIMpull.
Spiral extruded polymer design reduces the amount of effort required to push or pull the fish tape
Swiveling flexible metal leader easily glides through bends
Low friction material reduces binding at joints, couplings, or 90-degree bends