Quick-Feed™

Bundle and pull through bundles of electrical, network, or fiber-optic wires with Zippertubing’s Quick-Feed® pull-through sleeve.

Do you have electrical, network, or fiber-optic wires that you’re trying to run through a piece of conduit or through an area that requires the wires to be bundled together, routed, and pulled through?

Zippertubing’s Quick-Feed® pull-through sleeve will allow you to navigate conduits or similar areas by gathering together, securing, and protecting your cable or wire bundles, providing a lasting, cost-effective solution.

Our Quick-Feed® is manufactured with durable polypropylene webbing, sewn together with nylon thread in various color options. The integrated handle allows you to hook onto the bundle and traverse your cable routing system by hand, connecting rod, or other method.

Our only consumable is a simple zip tie, which can be inserted into an opening at one end of the sleeve to ensure the wires do not get pulled from the bundle. This system allows you to bypass the need for excessive amounts of tape and the hassle of cleaning up the residue it leaves behind.

Simply place your cables and wire in the Quick-Feed®, zip it together, and cinch the zip tie on the opposite end to secure the cables and wires as you pull them through your system.

For added protection, we also offer an optional conduit sleeve that can be permanently sewn into the jacketing to help protect the fragile connector ends in your bundle, especially in high-traffic areas such as construction zones.

No matter how you intend to use Zippertubing’s Quick-Feed® pull-through sleeve, you’ll find it to be the perfect solution for safely pulling your cables and wires through your conduit systems.

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