Manufacturer for Nylon Fish Tape to The Swiss Factory

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Nylon Fish Tape

Product: Nylon Fish Tape 
Material: Guide: Brass+Steel
Wire: 100% New Nylon
Thickness: 3.0mm, 4.0mm, 4.5mm
Length: 5m, 10m, 15m, 20m, 25m, 30m, or nominated length
Usage:  Pull the wire through the wall or tube, save time and labor, easy and long lasting.

The traditional range of Judin Nylon fish tapes, from high quality Nylon in ø3mm, ø4mm and ø4.5mm with fixed and interchangeable terminals.

Excellent for building installations. Complete range of accessories and complementary products for better and easier usage of the fish tape.

Fish tape or wire-puller has been designed to put an electric wire into a conduit easily and is a tool that, if a electrical worker pushes the wire-puller into the conduit and connects the wire

with the front terminal hole of the wire-puller coming out of the other side of the conduit before pulling the wire-puller, makes the wire pass rough the inside of the conduit.



1. The work ability of our product is excellent.

2. The product is also available to the work inserting a wire into a crooked place due to high bending elasticity.

3. The product uses non-conductive plastic materials, so there is no risk of electric shock.

4. The product can be used for an extended period of time

5. It does not get rusty and corrode.

6.It shortens working time remarkably in the street with many curves and long distance.

7. The price is cheap when compared with the quality.
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