Kevlar Offers New Pulling Grips

Kevlar Offers New Pulling Grips

lewiskevlargrip_promo.jpgOKLAHOMA CITY, OK, DEC. 14, 2008 -- New Kevlar® Pulling Grips, from Lewis Manufacturing Company, are lightweight yet won't fray or cause cuts and contusions.

Kevlar Pulling Grips are the latest addition to Lewis' wire-mesh pulling grips line. These grips are made of plastic coated Kevlar fibers that are lightweight and yet much stronger than steel wires.

Kevlar grips are traditionally used in overhead or underground operations when pulling or suspending electric or fiber optic cable. These grips do not have the metallic fraying as traditional grips do thereby eliminating the chance of being injured from metallic strands that have been abraded.

The Kevlar strand can be used in essentially all grip configurations. However when used around coastal areas or in corrosive environments the stainless steel option is still superior. Kevlar grips can also be used when a metallic grip is unsuitable, such as when pulling into an energized environment. These grips are available in a wide range of sizes from 1/4" all the way to 8" in 1/4" & 1/2" increments.

Kevlar Grips' features:

•Non Conductive

•Much Lighter yet Stronger than Steel Grips

•Easier to Load and Remove

•No Frayed Wires

•No Wire Cuts and Contusions — “Ouchless”

About Lewis Manufacturing

Since 1936, Lewis Manufacturing Company, a family owned business, has supplied the utility and construction industries with finest Pulling Grips and Swivels for overhead and underground cable and rope pulling and Installation. Other proven and popular products from Lewis Manufacturing include Fall Arrest and Safety Harnesses and Lanyards, weather elements Canvas Barriers and Tarps, Jobsite Debris Tarp, and Cable Suspension and Bundling Grips.


Located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Lewis Manufacturing can be contacted at:

(888) 398-4719 or

Kevlar® is a registered trademark of DuPont.

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