Southwire introduces SIMpull CoilPAK payoff


has introduced the SIMpull CoilPAK payoff, a product the company
says will changing the way electrical contractors install branch circuit wiring
and enhance productivity and worker safety.

The SIMpull CoilPAK
payoff eliminates the need for heavy, cumbersome spools. Instead workers use a
special, patent-pending process to coil NoLube SIMpull THNN wire contained in a
sturdy, yet lightweight package, which results in a completely tangle-free
pull. The SIMpull CoilPAK payoff uses the same inertia-free
pulling design as the SIMpull WireBARREL wire drum, making the wire much
easier to push and pull.  

The package is molded with a handle that makes it easy to carry around, and
when pulling wire from the package, it can lay flat or stacked directly on the
floor or lift.  Southwire also offers a cart, dolly and hand truck that
are all easily maneuverable and allow for installation of multiple SIMpull
PAK payoffs.

“We’ve tested the
Southwire SIMpull CoilPAK payoff on a number of jobsites and the
feedback from contractors has been nothing short of remarkably
enthusiastic,” said Norman Adkins, president of Southwire’s electrical division.
  “The SIMpull CoilPAK payoff is a giant leap
forward making the entire circuit wire installation process safer and more
productive. Contractors tell us the days of the wire spool and trying to match
wires and pull from a wire wagon are numbered.”

The addition of the SIMpull
PAK payoff completes Southwire’s SIMpull Circuit Management
System, and it’s the latest example of Southwire’s revolutionary combination of
wiring, materials, equipment and services.  When all of Southwire’s SIMpull
Circuit Management System products are used together, they combine to help
provide a significant impact on the time, margins and labor associated with all
of your circuit pulls.

“The launch of the SIMpull
PAK payoff is a game-changer,” Adkins said.  “We are helping
contractors beat their circuit branch wiring budgets by eliminating wasted time
caused by having to handle numerous wire spools on a job site.  Simply
said, we’ve made circuit wire management completely Spool-Proof.”

Southwire Company is
one of North America’s largest wire and cable producers. Southwire and its
subsidiaries manufacture building wire and cable, metal-clad (MC) cable,
FlatWire Ready products, cord products (including Tappan sound, security, and
communication cables through Tappan Wire & Cable Inc.), utility cable
products, industrial power cable, OEM wire products, SCR copper and aluminum
rod, and continuous casting technology. Southwire also supplies MAXIS wire and
cable installation tools to the commercial, industrial and utility construction


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