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Klein Tools Fiberglass Fish Tape

Originally published: 10.30.12 by


Klein Tools Fiberglass Fish Tape

 

Klein Tools' non-conductive fiberglass fish tape is designed to protect professional tradespeople, electrical wires and equipment when wire pulling. This fish tape is made with a non-conductive tape, tip and case for added protection against energized circuits. 

Made in the USA, the non-conductive tape (Catalog Number 56024) is available in a 100-foot length. The laser-etched 1-foot markings allow an accurate measure of the depth of conduit runs as well as the amount of tape left to pay out.

 

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