Wholesale Mule Tape and Pulling Tape
When installing cables, utility workers often have to feed cables through holes in the wall, ductwork, and other spaces which makes it difficult to measure how much cable is needed. Underestimating the length of cable needed will waste materials and increase the installation time. The best way for utility workers and electricians to measure how much cable they need is by using mule tape.
Mule tape helps measure the amount of cable you need for an installation and it can be used to pull the cable through tight spaces. At Divergent Alliance, we supply Neptco mule tape and pulling rope for lineman, utility workers and electricians in Chicago and across the United States. The mule tape rope we provide is sturdy and lightweight and comes in various lengths and pulling strengths.
Using mule tape effectively will help save materials and labor and shorten the installation process. The pulling tape we provide is woven from polyester with low stretch so that it can effectively pull cable. The pulling tape we provide is also marked with footage or meter markings for quick and easy measurements. Mule tape is ideal for installing fiber optic, coaxial, and copper cables without damaging the cables.
You can expect the following features and benefits from our mule tape:
- Reduced friction for smooth pulling
- Low stretch and snap back for worker safety
- Measurement markings printed on the tape
- Available in different pulling strengths
- Lightweight to be blown into a duct or conduit
- Helps avoid unnecessary duct cutting
- Reduces tension when pulling
Order Wholesale Mule Tape / Pulling Rope
Divergent Alliance is your wholesale supplier for any type of mule tape you need. We have mule tape available in different strengths to help suit your purposes. You can call Divergent Alliance at (847) 531-0559 for pricing or get a quote by submitting a contact form. We offer fast-shipping across the United States.
Mule Tape Ordering Information
Mule Tape for All Dielectric Fiber Optic Cable
Mule Tape for Armored Fiber Optic Cable