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WIRE PULLING GRIP GUIDE Bare Conductor Covered Conductor Wire Rope

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Section Application DISTRIBUTION WARNINGS: • rips are to be used for temporary installation, not for permanent anchorage. G • When used on or near energized lines, ground, insulate or isolate grip before pulling. • Do not exceed rated capacity. • Always match proper size and type of grip to application. • Before each use, clean jaw area and inspect grip for proper operation to avoid slippage. Original Klein® Grip, patented in 1892 Grip Recommendation Klein Tools offers a free service of recommending the proper grip for a particular application based on a sample of cable. All that is...

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Grip Outside Diameter Safe Load Chicago™ Grips Authentic Chicago Grips are designed for use on aluminum, copper and ACSR. • Locking loop handles allow the jaws to be held in an open position for easy placement on wire or cable. _Model No._Model No. 4,500 lbs. (2,041 kg) Maximum Safe Load 1613-35_1613-35H_NA_ 8,000 lbs. (3,629 kg) Maximum Safe Load 1656-40_1656-40H_S1656-40H Diameter inches (mm)_Length_Weight Each www.kleintools.com All dimensions are in inches (millimeters). See Wire Pulling Grip Warnings on the inside cover.

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COVERED CONDUCTORS Grip Outside Diameter Safe Load Coming in 2016 A grip specifically designed to pull spacer cable or tree wire like Hendrix®. Chicago Grips for Covered Cable TM • Specially machined serpentine jaws allow use on insulated conductors. E • liminates necessity of stripping insulation from conductor. Hendrix® is a registered trademark of Marmon Utility, LLC. Min. to Max. Cable Diameter inches (mm) Approx. Weight Each 4,500 lbs. (2,041 kg) Maximum Safe Load 1659-20 1659-30 8,000 lbs. (3,629 kg) Maximum Safe Load 1659-40 1659-50 All dimensions are in inches (millimeters)....

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WIRE ROPE (STEEL) Outside Diameter WIRE ROPE STEEL STRAND Haven’sTM Grips “Pork Chop” Haven’s Grips are designed for use when a light, compact grip is desired where conductor deformation is not a factor. • Gripping pressure of the knurled jaw is applied to 1/4" (6.35 mm) cable area. • All 1625 series have a swing latch to help hold cable in the jaw. Latch Model Min. to Max. Cable Diameter inches (mm) Approx. Weight Each 2,500 lbs. (1,134 kg) Maximum Safe Load 1604-10 5,000 lbs. (2,268 kg) Maximum Safe Load 1604-20 Latch Included www.kleintools.com All dimensions are in inches (millimeters)....

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GUY STRAND & EHS (EXTRA HIGH-STRENGTH) Grip Outside Diameter Coming in 2016 A grip specifically designed to pull coated guy strand larger than .50"(12.70 mm). 15,000 lbs. (6,803 kg) Maximum Safe Load All dimensions are in inches (millimeters). www.kleintools.com See Wire Pulling Grip Warnings on the inside cover.

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Outside Diameter • Latch helps maintain cable position. • Large-diameter eye accommodates large hooks on hoists, winches and tackle blocks. • Designed for use on bare conductor cables. WIDE RANGE GRIPS WIDE RANGE GRIPS Min. to Max. Cable Diameter inches (mm) Locking Handle Approx. Weight Each 10,000 lbs. (4,536 kg) Maximum Safe Load KT4600 KT4601 KT4602 12,000 lbs. (5,443 kg) Maximum Safe Load KT4800 KT4801 KT4802 www.kleintools.com All dimensions are in inches (millimeters).

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All dimensions are in inches (millimeters). ACSR (Aluminum Conductor Steel Reinforced) AWG or MCM Size Diameter inches (mm) No. of Alum. & Steel Strands Code Word Grip See Wire Pulling Grip Warnings on the inside cover.

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ACSR TRANSMISSION CABLESChicago™ Grips1628 Series • Round jaws are shaped to provide maximum contact with the cable, virtually eliminating cable deformation. In some transmission applications - commonly using the 1628-30,1628-40 or 1628-50 series Chicago Grips - there is a risk of cable deformation under high tensions. To avoid this risk, Klein Tools recommends using two grips in tandem if the load is expected to exceed the lesser of 12,500 lbs. (5670 kg) or 40% of the ACSR conductor's tensile strength. These grips are special order only. Application must be confirmed prior to ordering....

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All dimensions are in inches (millimeters). AAC (All Aluminum Conductor) AWG or MCM Size Diameter inches (mm) No. of Alum. Strands Code Word Grip See Wire Pulling Grip Warnings on the inside cover.

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AAC TRANSMISSION CABLES Chicago™ Grips 1628 Series • Round jaws are shaped to provide maximum contact with the cable, virtually eliminating cable deformation. In some transmission applications - commonly using the 1628-30, 1628-40 or 1628-50 series Chicago Grips - there is a risk of cable deformation under high tensions. To avoid this risk, Klein Tools recommends using two grips in tandem if the load is expected to exceed the lesser of 12,500 lbs. (5,670 kg) or 40% of the AAC conductor's tensile strength. These grips are special order only. Application must be confirmed prior to ordering....

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ACSS (Aluminum Conductor Steel Supported) Safe Load AWG or MCM Size Diameter inches (mm) No. of Alum. & Steel Strands Code Word Grip * Must use two of recommended grips in tandem. See grip use instructions on pages 16-17. LO CM All dimensions are in inches (millimeters). www.kleintools.com See Wire Pulling Grip Warnings on the inside cover.

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Chicago™ Grips 1628 Series • Round jaws are shaped to provide maximum contact with the cable, virtually eliminating cable deformation. Best Practices for ACSS Conductors 1. Larger than 0.953" outside diameter (approximately 600 MCM) - Use the 1628-50 or 1628-40 series Chicago Grips. The necessary grip size should be determined based on the cable outside diameter. For applications where the load is expected to exceed 10,000 lbs. (4,536 kg), use two of the appropriate grips in tandem to prevent cable deformation. See instructions for using two grips in tandem on page 17. 2. Smaller than...

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ACSS/TW (Trapezoidal Wire) AWG or MCM Size *Must use two of recommended grips in tandem. See grip use instructions on pages 16-17. All dimensions are in inches (millimeters). www.kleintools.com See Wire Pulling Grip Warnings on the inside cover.

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