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September 2012
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®
Punch-Lok is a registered trademark of Punch-Lok Co.
Note:
• In all cases, two Punch-Lok Bands should be
doubled, wrapped approximately 1” and 2” from
the grip’s tail
• Banding is required to ensure maximum reliability
and guard against accidental release
Features & Applications
• Punch-Lok® Bands are applied over the tail of a grip to
prevent mesh from being tripped or pulled loose
• Ensure full gripping action by locking mesh of tail in
tight contact with cable or rope
• When tail of grip is the leading end, the bands are
particularly important to prevent accidental release
caused by tripping on obstructions
• A conductor-to-conductor (double socking) pulling
operation is a good example of two grips connecting
two conductors to form a temporary splice
• Bands should be applied to the ends of grips as
illustrated herein
• It is also common to tape over the banded tail area to
ensure smooth passage through sheaves
Note:
• During installation, each end of the grip should
be taped down securely to the cable to ensure
smooth passage with the cable and guard against
accidental release
• See end bands listed below
Catalog No.
20320048
Description
P-1 Heavy Duty
Punch-Lok Tools
Punch-Lok Bands
Catalog No.
(one each)
20320050
20320051
20320052
20320053
20320054
Grip Banding
Range (Inches)
1
/
4
- 1
1
/
8
1
1
/
8
- 1
5
/
8
1
5
/
8
- 2
1
/
4
1
1
/
4
- 3
1
/
2
3
1
/
2
- 5
Band Width
(Inches)
3
/
8
3
/
8
5
/
8
5
/
8
5
/
8
Band Inside
Diameter (Inches)
1
3
/
8
2
2
1
/
2
4
6
Model
0-311
0-316
0-10
0-16
0-24
KELLEMS PULLING GRIPS
Bands and Tools for Pulling Grips