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CWC 1/2" x 3000 ft Conduit Pull Tape - 1250 lbs Breaking StrengthImage shown may be a stock photo and is for reference only.
CWC 1/2" x 3000 ft Conduit Pull Tape - 1250 lbs Breaking Strength

CWC 1/2" x 3000 ft Conduit Pull Tape - 1250 lbs Breaking Strength

Item #:CWC-MT012X3000
USUALLY SHIPS:24hrsDetails
PRICE PER:Spool
Full Spool Length:3,000
Price:$136.63
Quantity:


  • Product Description
  • Specifications
  • Safety Notice
  • CWC 1/2" x 3000 ft Conduit Pull Tape - 1250 lbs Breaking Strength

    • Pulling and measuring tape for fiber optic and other lightweight cables, designed for the telecommunications and power utility industries, but widely adopted by hunters for retrieving game too
    • Provides accurate measurements with sequential distance markings
    • Flat construction and specialized lubricants minimize friction and duct cutting
    • Polyester is inherently tough and provides minimal stretch
    • Resistant to water, chemicals and corrosives with good dielectric properties
  • Type
    Mule Tape
    Construction
    Woven
    Fiber
    Polyester
    Color
    White
    Length (ft)
    3,000
    Width
    1/2"
    Breaking Strength (lbs)
    1,250
    Approx. Weight (lbs)
    23
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