Blake UK

Cable Threader/Feeder

Cable Threader/Feeder
Blake UK

Cable Threader/Feeder

A simple device that aids the threading of cable like RG6 or Ct100  or Wf100 through a wall, which in addition is produced in a fluorescent material that assists when attempting to locate cable entries in dark areas such as loft spaces.


Fluro cable threader in orange or green

Tube length - 440mm

Please note random fluorescent colour will be supplied as is dependent on stock at the time.



Cable Threader/Feeder

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Coax cable threader or feeder is a tool used to pull or push coaxial cable through a conduit or other narrow space. The tool typically consists of a flexible wire or rod with a hook or other attachment at one end to grasp the cable, and a handle or other mechanism at the other end to allow the user to pull or push the cable through the conduit.

To use the tool, the user would typically attach the hook or other attachment to the end of the coaxial cable and then insert the tool into the conduit or other narrow space. The user would then manipulate the handle or other mechanism to pull or push the cable through the conduit, using the tool to guide and maneuver the cable as needed.

Coax cable threaders or feeders are commonly used in telecommunications, cable TV, and networking applications, where coaxial cables are frequently installed in tight or hard-to-reach spaces. They are often used in conjunction with other tools, such as fish tapes or conduit benders, to complete the cable installation process.

It is important to use the correct size and type of coax cable threader or feeder for the specific cable and conduit being used, as using an improper tool can result in damage to the cable or conduit. It is also important to follow proper safety procedures when working with coaxial cables, including wearing appropriate protective gear and avoiding contact with live electrical conductors.