Manufactured in accordance to crucial fire safety regulations, Tappan™ Fire Alarm Cables provide solutions for the most critical of applications. And now it is available to you in two innovative package solutions: The SIMpull® CoilPAK™ Wire Payoffs and SIMpull BARREL™ Cable Drums.
The innovative packaging of the SIMpull® CoilPAK™ wire payoff paired with the SIMpull® NoLube® wire jacket helps increase both safety and productivity by reducing the physical effort associated with material handling and pulling wire out of the package and through conduit. By being designed to help reduce potential lifting, handling, and pulling injuries, pulling fire alarm cable has never been easier. For contractors, this increases productivity while at the same time reducing potential injuries – alleviating the burden of broken spools, injured workers, and cutting down on scrap.
The SIMpull® CoilPAK™ is another example of how Southwire designs with its customers in mind. “Southwire capitalized on its innovative package design by developing a container that helps increase both safety and productivity,” stated Andy Pluister, the Vice President of Portable Cord and Electronic Wire. “Southwire will continue to engineer innovations which make the SIMpull® products the safest, fastest, and most efficient on the market.”
The Tappan™ Fire Alarm Cable in a SIMpull BARREL™ Cable Drum is also a packaging solution triumph. The SIMpull® NoLube® wire jacket eliminates any need to lube, requiring minimal pulling tension and resulting in more efficient pulls. The durable package encases the wire, which pays directly and cleanly out of the barrel every time. As with the SIMpull® CoilPAK™ Wire Payoff, the SIMpull BARREL™ Cable Drum increases safety and productivity while avoiding broken spools and excess scrap.
Attending the ISC West Show on April 5th through 7th, you’ll have an opportunity to get a hands-on demonstration of just how innovative our packaging solutions for fire alarm cable is. Come visit us at Booth 23117 and see these solutions first-hand!
For more information, visit lowvolt.southwire.com