Cable Pulling/Stocking Grips

Easy application to perform regulation and alignment
operations. The cable is inserted through the mouth
of the stocking and comes out through the other end
of the stocking, thus, allowing to grip the cable at any
point, through the length of the cable

Helps to efficiently lay 2/3/4 single - cord cables in one go

Helps in the mechanical laying of Fiber Optic Cables into protective cable conduits

Open Ended joining grips are suitable to connect two
cables or ropes for pulling and supporting purpose
Used as a replacement for crane ropes and elevator
cables

Suitable for Heavy Pulling Applications. Manufactured
from high tensile galvanized Steel wire ropes
Available in Double/Triple/Quadruple weave

High strength multi weave grips made in variable
pitch Steel, distributes the gripping effect on any
conductor. Available in Single and Double end. Used to
connect various sizes of Copper, Steel or Aluminum
conductors

Heavy Duty Snake Grips save up stringing time,
changing and unstringing because it has pulling grips,
swivels and links, all in one assembly. The swivel and
swing link help prevent any line twisting. Enables the
installation of a new cable using the old existing cable
as the pulling line

Used as protective suspension for cables or hoses in
industrial systems, machinery, lifts, vehicles and
cable ducts. Localised stresses are avoided by
suspension of the cables using the mounting grips, and
as the mesh distributes, the traction forces is also
distributed to a larger area

Efficient method for supporting cables that fall from a
height and ensures safety and durability over a long
period of time

Specially made to support the cable by using the
conduit itself as a support. After installation, the grip
finally rests on the edge of the conduit with the help
of the ring

Hoisting grips are used to distribute the force introduced into a cable when hoisted, using a winch, when cable size
or length leads to an overall weight that canot be operated manually. They consist of a wire mesh and hold the
cable size, the closed version - used when the top connector is installed after the cable is hoisted - and the open
version (Lace Up Type) - used where the top connector is installed prior to hoisting the cable. Also, the closed
version might be used, if it is left on the cable replacing the top cable clamp