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Take on almost any wire or cable installation task with Southwire™ fish tapes. They offer a selection of materials, so you choose the product that matches the situation at hand. Tape lengths of 25 to 240 feet handle small or large wire-pulling jobs in residential or commercial spaces. Use Southwire electrical fish tapes when installing cable in EMT or PVC conduit or choose Southwire fish sticks to manipulate wires inside walls or ceilings.
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Most Southwire fish tapes feature SIMpull™ technology. They have a spiral-extruded polymer tape that is light and strong. Simpull tape it resists kinking and is extremely flexible. Use it to pull cables through tight bends or crowded conduits. Southwire fiberglass fish tapes have a flat design that winds and unwinds smoothly. Fiberglass also doesn't coil when it's played out, making it easy to handle. It has a low-friction coating that glides through conduits with minimal effort. Steel tapes are heavier than other products, but they're also stronger and offer extra rigidity. Southwire steel fish tapes have laser-etched footage markings, so you can determine pull distances accurately. They're excellent options when pushing cables through long conduits or when working in vertical runs between floors.

Simpull and fiberglass Southwire fish tapes are both non conductive. Use them with polymer leaders to pull or push cable over existing wires, or add Southwire pulling accessories, such as flexible metal leaders or cable grips, to handle unique installation challenges.

Sturdy cases keep coiled Southwire fish tapes tangle-free and ready to use. Their rotating spool and large handle make it easy to deploy as much tape as you need and rewind it when you've finished your work.

Southwire electrical fish tapes feature materials that handle a broad range of pulling tasks and come in a variety of lengths. Find the right fish tape for your next wiring job when you explore our selection of Southwire cable pulling tools and accessories.
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