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Bryant PH300 Flexible Eye, Closed Mesh, Underground Pulling Grips, 3.49
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Bryant PH300 Flexible Eye, Closed Mesh, Underground Pulling Grips, 3.49

Item #: WBB217081

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Price: $ 138.95
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Flexible Eye Pulling Grip

Designed To Be A Reusable Tool, Pulling Grips Can Be Used In A Variety Of Overhead And Underground Pulling Applications. Easy Mating With Line Stringing Swivels. Shoulder Design Contains And Protects Cable Inside The Grip While Facilitating The Grips Smooth Passage Over Line Stringing Blocks And Conduit Bends. Mesh Design Is Flexible For Navigating Through A Variety Of Cable Paths, Multiple Weave Provides Strength And Positive Gripping Power. Endless Weave For Easy Insertion Of Cable.

Specifications:
  • Cable Diameter Range In(cm): 3.00"-3.49" (7.62-8.86)
  • Length Mesh to Shoulder In(cm): 24" (60.96)
  • Length Shoulder to Eye In(cm): 14" (35.56)
For Use:
  • Factory
  • Maintenance
  • Construction Sites
  • Utility Work
Certifications:
  • CSA Certification: LR701228

Product Specifications

    • MADE IN THE U.S.A.Yes
    • MIN CABLE DIAMETER3
    • MAX CABLE DIAMETER3.49
    • BRANDBryant
    • APPROX. BREAKING STRENGTH LBS24,500
    • DUTY FACTORHeavy Duty
    • MANUFACTURERS PART NUMBERPH300
    • PULLING EYE STYLEFlexible
    • MESH TYPEGalvanized Steel

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