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Jameson Microduct Fisher II Fiberglass Fish Tape

Jameson Microduct Fisher™ II  comes with a handle or a stand. Microduct Fisher™ features a highly visible, non-conductive rod. The rod has a solid fiberglass core rod with a protective polymer jacket. It's made for those small jobs at only 1/8th inch thick outside diameter it moves smoothly through microduct, small conduits, and preoccupied conduit. Jameson 10-18-350MDR, Jameson 10-18-350MDRS

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Microduct Fisher II Fiberglass Fish Tape by Jameson

Jameson’s Microduct Fisher features all fiberglass rod construction for safety and easy handling. The low profile pulling eye is permanently mounted on the rod to move smoothly in fiber microducts as small as 6 mm, where traditional fish tapes are too large. Smooth, round polymer jacket will not nick or scratch fiber or duct wall. Jameson fish tapes feature a round, flexible rod that slides easily over wires in occupied conduit, offering exceptional bending strength for maneuvering tight turns. Designed for use in fiber microduct, Jameson's Microduct Fisher II features all nonconductive fiberglass rod construction for safety and easy handling. The low profile pulling eye is permanently mounted on the rod to move easily in fiber microducts as small as 6mm, where traditional fish tapes are too large. The smooth, round polymer jacket will feed easily and not nick or scratch fiber or duct wall.

Item Detail:

  • Available in either a 300ft or 350ft length; the 300-foot version comes in a lightweight canister with carrying handle and the canister for the 350-foot model features both a carry handle and a floor stand.
  • 1/8" OD fiberglass rod (.08" core)
  • 1.5" bending radius
  • 300 foot rod
  • Permanent mount pulling eye
  • Low profile tip moves easily in microduct
  • Canister dimensions: 17" diameter, 7" thick

 

Note: This product ships UPS and requires 3-5 days of lead time before shipment.

OPERATION AND SAFETY INSTRUCTION MANUAL:

Jameson, Part # 10-18-350MDR, 10-18-350MDRS PDF

DOWNLOAD >> Microduct Fiberglass Fisher PDF Manual

 

More Info:

• The minimum bending radius of the Microduct Fisher™ rod is 1.5”. Do not attempt to bend the tape beyond the recommended radius.

• Keep secure footing. Protect yourself from the possibility of falling should the pulling eye move suddenly or separate from fish tape.

• Check for damage prior to using fish tape. Cracks, gouges, nicks, white stress marks on jacket or sharp bends will weaken fish tape. Injury could result if tape breaks while being pulled.

• Do not use slip joint pliers, locking pliers or powered pulling equipment on fish tape. Damage to tape may occur.

• Keep fish tape wound inside reel when not in use. Tape damage may occur after prolonged and repeated transport while tape is threaded through guide eyelet on outside of canister. This practice will protect tape from damage and prevent tripping hazards.

• Do not force a pull that is hung up. Remove wires and check for kinks or obstructions.

• Avoid pulling fish tape over sharp edges as damage to the rod may result.

• Wear safety glasses or protective eye shields.

• Keep work area free of debris. The work area should provide good footing.

• When coiled, the fish tape is like a large clock spring. Do not attempt to use tape without an en-closing reel. Out-of-control tape can whip around and cause damage to personnel or property.

• Keep fish tape clean. While tape is made from non-conductive materials, some contaminants (including water) which may collect on fish tape surface can conduct electricity.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE MICRODUCT FISHER™

1. Identify both ends of microduct to be fished. Be sure switch gear or other components in area of vault or box will not be damaged by rod entering vault or box.

2. When pushing or pulling rod, always wear protective gloves.

3. Insert rod through safety feed guide. Failure to do so can cause a hazardous condition. Out-of-control tape can whip around, causing damage to personnel or property. The unit can be placed on its side with metal frame on floor if situation requires it.

4. If microduct has existing wire or box has active switch gear , disconnect power before fishing.

5. Adjust drag brake by tightening or loosening brake handle to minimum drag required so tape does not feed itself from canister.

6. Insert fish tape end into microduct.

7. Push fish tape through microduct using short thrusts (approximately 6-12” long). This will take advantage of the tape’s column strength and minimize danger of tape breakage.

8. Pay attention to feel of fish tape. When fish tape end enters box at end of conduit and contacts vault or box wall, impact vibrations can normally be felt in rod.

9. Attach wire or cable being pulled to the Pulling Eye using standard methods. 10. Wind tape back into canister as it is being pulled out of conduit. Loose tape is a hazard and can be damaged by operator stepping on it. Use short, straight pulls. Do not bend or twist tape severely. Do not jerk tape.

10. If pull is halted, check for kinking in cable or wire at entry .

11. After rigorous use, inspect fish tape for signs of abrasion or skinning.

 

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