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Klein Tools - For Professionals Since 1857

Chicago® Grip with Latch 0.37'' Cable

1613-40H

  • Works with aircraft, EHS, messenger and guy strand cable
  • Designed for cable sizes from 0.12 to 0.37-Inch (3.05 to 9.40 mm) with maximum safe load of 4500-Pound (2041 kg)
  • Double ''V'' grooves give four-point contact, reducing chance of slipping and providing proper alignment of wire and cable
  • Sawtooth profile provides extra gripping power
  • Made in USA
  • For larger conductors, see our grips with round inside-jaw contour
  • Locking handle keeps jaw open while grip is placed on cable with a hot stick
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The Klein Tools 1613-40H Chicago Grip is designed for EHS, Messenger and Guy Strand cable. It comes with a hot-line latch for bare conductors, which allows you to place this grip on a cable with a hot-line stick. When the stick is removed, the latch closes automatically to guard against grips accidentally disengaging from the wire. All Klein grips are manufactured from custom drop-forged steel that is machined and heat treated for excellent durability. Grips are rigorously tested and pulled to rated load to ensure the highest quality and reliability.

Specifications
Type:
Chicago Grip
Application:
Steel Stranded Cable
Cable Type:
Aircraft, EHS, Messenger, Guy Strand
Cable Diameter:
0.12'' to 0.37'' (3.05 to 9.4 mm)
Hot Latch:
Y
Swing Latch:
N
Spring:
N
Locking Handle:
Y
Jaw Type:
Double V
Jaw Length:
4.188'' (10.6 cm)
Maximum Safe Load:
4500 lb (2041 kg)
Weight:
3.15 lb (1.43 kg)
UPC:
092644470165
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.