|Material: FRP (Fiberglass reinforced plastic) With AAS coating
|Material ||Tape Dia. ||Content ||Color |
|FRP (Fiberglass reinforced plastic) With AAS coating ||5.2mm ||10pcs 33cm sticks ||Yellow |
|FRP (Fiberglass reinforced plastic) With AAS coating ||5.2mm ||10pcs 1M sticks ||Yellow |
|FRP (Fiberglass reinforced plastic) With AAS coating ||6mm ||10pcs 33cm sticks ||Yellow |
|FRP (Fiberglass reinforced plastic) With AAS coating ||6mm ||10pcs 1M sticks ||Yellow |
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|Round ring || || || |
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|Cable-tie Extender || || || |
FRP Wire Fish Stick Set
Hti provides you the best Fish Tape, fish tape lowes, fish tape puller, electrician fish sticks. Routing electrical connections through pipes, walls, or any location is more convenient when using and knowing how to use fish tape.
HTI Tools line of fish tapes is designed to give professionals a variety of options to meet their jobsite needs.
With both stainless steel and fiberglass options, you can choose the material that works best for you, and with numerous thickness and length options, it is easy to find a perfect fit. Plus, HTI fish tapes feature a unique case design that decreases effort needed for payout as well as a multi-position handle for a firm, steady grip.
Fish tape wire, also known as a fish tape or draw wire, is a tool used by electricians and other professionals to route or retrieve electrical wires through walls, conduit, or other tight spaces. It consists of a long, flexible, and narrow metallic or non-metallic tape that can be guided through narrow openings.
The primary purpose of fish tape wire is to make it easier to run electrical wires through walls, ceilings, or other confined spaces without the need for extensive drilling or dismantling. Electricians often use fish tape when installing new wiring or making repairs or modifications to existing electrical systems.
Fish tape wire typically features a flat or rounded metal or plastic tape with a hook or eyelet at the end to attach wires for pulling. The tape is stiff enough to push through tight spaces but flexible enough to navigate bends and corners. The tape's length can vary, but it is commonly available in lengths ranging from 25 to 100 feet (7.6 to 30 meters).
To use fish tape wire, an electrician or technician inserts the tape into the desired opening or conduit, guiding it along the desired path until it reaches the desired location. The hook or eyelet at the end of the tape is then used to attach the electrical wire. The electrician can then retract the tape, pulling the wire through the opening or conduit.
Fish tape wire is a versatile and essential tool for electricians and other professionals working with electrical wiring. It helps save time and effort by providing a means to navigate complex pathways and avoid unnecessary drilling or cutting.