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|For Cable Diameter:||Ø1.0~Ø1.5mm||Finish Color:||Nickel/Customized|
Automatic Lock Aircraft Cable Grippers Cable Side Exit Adjustable With Security
Our cable blockers are extremely user friendly and fast to install.
The cable blocking devices are used in demanding applications, for example in automotive and
hardware industry. Recommended weights for devices vary from 7 to 100 kilograms, so the
stronger cable blockers can hold even heavy loads of lighting equipment. Cable’s diameter
varies from 1,2 to 2,5 millimetres.
You’ll find the most common models of our cable blockers in our catalogue.
Our sales are happy to help you finding the right device for your application.
|2. Size||Φ10*36mm / Customized|
|3. For use with Cable||Ø1.0~Ø1.5mm|
|4. Finishing Color||
It is perfect for Hanging Graphic Displays, Suspend Signage ,
Lighting Systems , Suspended Fixtures and other objects.
|6. Safe Working Load||30KG,depends on the cable diamter work with|
* Safe, reliable and compliant
* Simple one hand use without tools
* Infinitely adjustable
If this is the first time you've worked with 3-ball aircraft cable compression system,
Please read the following carefully.
What is A Gripper?
A Cable Gripper is an adjustable fastener that automatically grips and locks to any position on an
aircraft cable using an internal, spring-loaded 3-ball gripping mechanism. This allows the Gripper
to move freely up the cable but not down unless the mechanism is released.
Do I need tools to adjustable the Gripper?
No, the Gripper mechanism is released by pressing the plunger manually.
Do I need a Safety Nut?
Most Grippers have optional “safety nuts” or “safety caps” to lock the mechanism off in both directions.
Are locknuts provided with Grippers?
Generally no, but Grippers with metric threads are supplied with a corresponding bolt or lock nut.
When feeding cable into the Gripper, always allow it to pass at least 1” beyond the body of the Gripper.
When cutting off excess cable always leave at least 1” of cable showing. Cables may be cut using purpose-built cutters. Cable will not fray unless passed repeatedly through the Gripper mechanism or otherwise abused. To prevent fraying of freshly cut ends, re-solder or apply a drop of super-glue.
Do not feed excess cable into a lighting fixture housing or junction box containing elctrical wiring.Use only 7×7 or 7×19 uncoated galvanized or stainless steel aircraft cable.