Klein Tools 1659-30 Chicago Grip for PVC-Covered Conductors 0.5-Inch

Klein Tools 1659-30 Chicago Grip for PVC-Covered Conductors 0.5-Inch

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  • Serpentine jaws are specially machined to allow insertion of insulated conductor through the jaws, which reduces danger of slippage which might result in insulation damage
  • Eliminates necessity of stripping insulation from conductor
  • Round inside-jaw contour
  • Manufactured from drop-forged, heat-treated steel for excellent durability
Overview
The Klein Tools 1659 Series PVC-Covered Chicago Grips have a specially machined serpentine jaw which allows an insulated conductor to be inserted through the jaws. This eliminates the need to strip insulation from the conductor first. All Klein grips are manufactured from custom drop-forged steel that is machined and heat treated for excellent durability. Each grip is individually hand inspected and actuated for proper function. Grips are also rigorously tested and pulled to rated load to ensure the highest quality and reliability.

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Klein Tools 1659-30 Chicago Grip for PVC-Covered Conductors 0.5-Inch

Specifications
General Information
Brand
Klein Tools
Part Number
1659-30
Product Type
Grip
Packaging
Retail
Country of Origin
United States
UPC
092644471261
California Residents
Proposition 65 Warning
Physical Characteristics
Weight
1.4968536 kg
3.3 lb
Diameter
Cable Diameter: 0.31'' to 0.5'' (7.87 to 12.7 mm)
Details
Features
Serpentine jaws are specially machined to allow insertion of insulated conductor through the jaws, which reduces danger of slippage which might result in insulation damage
Eliminates necessity of stripping insulation from conductor
Round inside-jaw contour
Manufactured from drop-forged, heat-treated steel for excellent durability
Hot Latch: N
Swing Latch: N
Spring: Y
Locking Handle: Y
Jaw Type: Round - Serpentine
Jaw Length: 4.75'' (12.1 cm)
Maximum Safe Load: 4500 lb (2041 kg)
Video
Guidelines for the proper inspection and cleaning of Klein Wire Pulling Grips.
Why would you use this tool for ?
About manufacturer
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Klein Tools is the result of one of those “happy accidents” that turn out to be revolutionary. Klein Tools famously got their start in 1857 when a linesman came to founder Matthias Klein to repair his broken pliers. Klein replaced the broken half and when the old half of the tool broke too, Klein forged a replacement for that, thus making the first Klein Linesman pliers. Since these humble beginnings, Klein Tools has grown and become one of the largest American made toolmakers and they’re a brand used by tradesmen, linesman and electricians all across America.

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