iToolCo.’s MC Cart cable cart is designed to transport up to two 1,000-ft. spools. Made with all-welded steel construction, it won’t tip over and is moved around job sites on heavy-duty wheels. It features a front-loading carriage and fits through 32-in. doorways when loaded. The vertical or horizontal set-up saves space.
Wyerbox’s storage box fits damaged reels and enables users to use wire spools until they are empty. The Wyerbox pulls and locks the spools so they do not become tangled. It holds between 10–14 gauge WS/AWG spools and can fit up to three spools.
Midwestern Products’ spool machine respools the drop-off and partial spools of wire that are often ignored because of the unknown length of wire. It can respool and label the length of wire on the spool. It also respools larger 2,500-ft. spools to smaller ones that can be transported more easily.
One-Pull Wire and Cable Solutions’ bundled cable is built to custom length. It is designed to reduce time spent on the job site for setup, installation and cleanup. Bundles come in over 150 conductors and in straight, staggered, breakout and stack spool configurations. It minimizes wire waste.
Sumner’s Caddy Mac No. 2 transports spools on spindles and works as a dolly. It holds 16 spools of 10 AWG or 24 spools of 12 AWG. Its hinge design allows access to all spools for wire dispensing and folds for compact storage.
Rack-A-Tiers’ Wire Hat 18 in. cable spool keeps wire from unspooling on a stud- or floor-mounted coil dispenser. Multiple coils stack on a single dispenser. It has a location accuracy of ±10% of depth.