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Chicago® Grip Coated Guy Wire with Chain

16845CAT

  • Aggressive sawtooth jaw profile resists build-up from galvanized coating on guy strand and EHS cables
  • Equipped with chain, toggle and shackle to keep grip from falling off the cable
  • Designed for cable sizes 0.218 to 0.55-Inch (5.54 to 13.97 mm)
  • 5-Inch (127 mm) jaw length for extra gripping area on stranded cable and spring that closes grip on cable helping to maintain initial position
  • Made in USA
  • Locking handle keeps jaw open while grip is placed on cable with a hot stick
  • Maximum Safe Load is 8000-Pound (3629 kg)
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This Chicago Grip is designed specifically to work with coated guy strand and EHS cable. Klein grips are made of drop-forged, quality US steel and heat treated for strength and durability. The chain, toggle and shackle keep the grip from falling off the cable. The 5-Inch jaw length increases the surface area contact with the cable minimizing cable damage. The sawtooth jaw profile resists galvanization build-up.

Specifications
Type:
Chicago Grip
Application:
Wire Pulling
Special Features:
Equipped With a Chain, Toggle and Shackle
Overall Length:
13.3'' (33.8 cm)
Overall Height:
2.5'' (6.4 cm)
Overall Width:
7.6'' (19.3 cm)
Material:
Alloy Steel
Cable Type:
Aircraft, EHS, Messenger, Guy Strand
Cable Diameter:
0.218'' to 0.55'' (5.54 to 13.97 mm)
Hot Latch:
N
Swing Latch:
N
Spring:
Y
Locking Handle:
Y
Jaw Type:
Aggressive
Jaw Length:
5'' (12.7 cm)
Maximum Safe Load:
8000 lb (3629 kg)
Weight:
6.9 lb (3.1 kg)
UPC:
092644470707
Additional Information
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Warnings
  • Before each use, clean jaw area and inspect grip for proper operation to avoid slippage.
  • When used on/near energized lines, ground, insulate, or isolate grip before pulling.
  • Do not exceed rated capacity.
  • Always match proper size and type of grip to application.
  • Grips are to be used for temporary installation, not for permanent anchorage.