Fiberglass Fish Tape with Spiral Leader, 200-Foot
- Permanent, laser etched 1-foot increments on the tape allow you to more accurately measure the depth of conduit runs and determine the amount of tape left to pay out
- Non-conductive, fiberglass fish tape slides easily over existing wires and through multiple bends
- The lightweight and strong fiberglass tape resists harsh elements and is strength rated up to 500 pulling pounds
- The 17-Inch case diameter means you can reel in 10-percent more tape in a single revolution vs. a 16-Inch (406 mm) case
- Made in USA
- Durable 7-Inch leader helps push through crowded conduit
- Raised finger grips help transfer 100-percent of the winding power from your hand and fingers
- The unique sloped handle optimizes the position of your hand for quick hand-over-hand rewinds and allows a more level payout of tape on the backswing while feeding conduit
- Repair kit available (Cat. No. 56115)
- Replacement eyelets (Cat. No. 56116) and spiral leaders (Cat. No. 56120) available
Designed for even longer conduit runs, the Klein Tools 200-foot (60.96 m) Fiberglass Fish Tape is flexible enough to glide over existing wires in crowded conduit, but stiffer than other non-conductive fish tapes. The 17-Inch (432 mm) case diameter allows user to reel in 10-percent more tape in a single revolution than 16-Inch (406 mm) diameter fish tape cases, saving time and effort.
- Wear approved eye protection when feeding, pulling or rewinding fish tape.
- Although fiberglass fish tape itself is non-metallic, its metallic tip and leader are conductive and could be grounded against conduit. Do NOT use on or near live electrical circuits.
- Do NOT pull a fiberglass fish tape with any type of mechanical fish-tape puller. A mechanical puller will severely damage the tape, and could lead to personal injury.
- Use a safe work position to avoid loss of balance when using fish tape.
- Do NOT bend a fiberglass fish tape to a radius smaller than 3'' (76 mm) or the tape may break.
- Never remove screws while fish tape is coiled inside reel.