Kits & Cases
A Spring Carrier protects your investment
Your FV-10, FV-20 or HV-40 transmitter will not survive the trauma of being taped to a power snake, but it will be happy (and live a longer life) riding in a Spring Carrier attached to the end of your snake or push rod.
The transmitter rides loosely inside the spring, finding its own flex point as it works through the curves in the line. A spanner wrench (included) makes loading and unloading the spring a breeze. Here's how it's done.
All sizes only $85
The steel end can be attached to your cable by welding, brazing or threading. We can supply it with the coupler of your choice already installed!
|Part Number||Dimensions||Min. Line Size||Application|
|* * SC-1.0||1" x 8"||2"||3/8" power snake, push rod|
|* * SC-1.8||1-1/8" x 8-1/2"||2"||1/2" to 3/4" power snake, push rod|
|SC-1.7||1-1/4" x 14-1/2"||3"||7/8" to 1-1/4" power snake, push rod|
|SC-1.4 for AS-15||1-1/4" x 15-1/2"||2"||1/2" to 3/4 power snake, push rod|
* * These carriers are made of Stainless Steel - no more rust!
Prices apply to US orders only
Hold the Spring Carrier in one hand so that you can see the tail of the spring on top, next to the plastic end which you are about to remove.
Next, place the wrench under the spring and hook the single tooth of the wrench onto the tail end of the spring. Let the curve of the spring nest into the curve of the wrench.
Grip the Spring Carrier in one hand and push down while the wrench is still engaged. With your other hand, open the plastic end by turning it toward you. Insert the transmitter metal end first.
Simply screw the plastic end back on the carrier.
Note: for the SC-1.7 model, put a 1/4" shaft screwdriver in the hole in the plastic end to turn it.