Southwire Fish Sticks
Fiberglass Southwire™ fish sticks pull wires and cables almost effortlessly behind walls, under carpets and over ceilings. These sticks feature both hook and eyelet attachments, offering the right grip for various wire or cable sizes and quantities. To provide the exact length you need, they come in individual sections that screw together. There are several different lengths available, including 8-foot, 12-foot and 15-foot options.
When pushing and pulling wires on the job or in your home, whether you need Southwire electrical fish sticks or Southwire fish tapes often depends on distance. Fish tapes typically have more footage available to take on lengthy jobs, while fish sticks are better for short cable-pulling tasks. The fish rods are often better for unguided pushes. If you’re pushing wires through mounds of fiberglass, the control you have with the rod will help you get the job done faster. Many Southwire LED fish sticks are also glow in the dark, which assists with sight lines as well.
After deciding which Southwire cable pulling method you need for your next job, consider features. For Southwire fish sticks, one of the most important qualities is the fiberglass construction. Fiberglass is non-conductive, which helps you move wires and cables through walls and ceilings without any shocks. The flexibility of these rods is important as well. You want to move over, under and around while avoiding obstacles in your way. When choosing Southwire electrical fish sticks that glow in the dark, select options that quickly recharge in almost any ambient light. This will save you time and money.
Push or pull wires and cables with these sturdy, yet flexible, Southwire fish sticks. Made from non-conductive fiberglass, they may be the right option for your next job. Find fish sticks and other Southwire cable pullers for your toolbox now.