Southwire’s SIMpull CoilPAK wire payoff provides versatility to branch-circuit installations while eliminating the need for handling bulky spools. It reduces the physical effort associated with material handling, pulling wire out of the package and through conduit.
Lowell Manufacturing’s CMV2-18 vertical mount cable rack is designed to organize wire and cable in rack-mount applications serving telecommunications, audio-visual and broadcast venues. These steel panels provide plenty of slots for lacing cables.
HellermanTyton’s AT2000 CPK automatic cable tying system enables control for fast, one-handed wire and cable bundling in any production environment. Pull the trigger and, in as fast as eight-tenths of a second, it applies a cable tie and is ready to deliver another.
Allied Tube and Conduit’s pull elbow is raintight, furnished with a neoprene gasketed steel cover and threaded for rigid conduit and IMC. It can be connected to the male or female ends to form 90-degree bends.
Bridgeport Fittings’ NMCB-2 cable support comes with a nail for use on wood studs or ¾-in. thick furring strips to position nonmetallic sheath cable. It can position a single 14/2 to 10/3 NM cable or two 14/2 NM cables in each of three rectangular slots. The self-locking fingers prevent accidental removal of cables.
Arlington Industries’ CH1 2-in. plastic cable J hook for communications cable has a 25-lb. support rating. It is listed for use in air-handling spaces, and supports up to 90 Cat 5E cables with the center radius of the bundle spread over the 2-in. opening. It is stackable in parallel or perpendicular orientation for vertical support.