King Cable® Hose-to-Hose Service with Safety Clip & Lanyard for Air King®

WB1C - King Cable® Hose-to-Hose Service with Safety Clip & Lanyard for Air King®

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Maximum Operating Pressure
200 PSI
0.241 lb
Break Quantity
Optional Package/Box Quantity
1/8" cable (3mm cable)
Galvanized Carbon Steel
20-1/4" (515 mm)
Hose ID
1/2" to 1-1/4" (13 mm to 32 mm)



When hose, couplings or clamps fail, or there is an accidental separation of the assembly, King safety cables minimize damage to equipment and injuries to operators.


  • Wire Rope: Galvanized Carbon Steel
  • Ferrules: Aluminum
  • Springs: Galvanized Carbon Steel


  • King cable is the low cost answer to eliminate injuries caused by broken air hose connections
  • King safety cable reaches across the hose fittings to provide standby safety for hose. Spring-loaded loops in the cable ends open easily to pass over the couplings for a firm grip on the hose.
  • Thoroughly tested with years of service. A positive safeguard for air hose connections - helps you meet today's safety standards.
  • Highly resistant to rust and corrosion


  • Must be installed in the extended position (no slack)
  • No tools needed - easy to install and remove


Cables are shipped with safety restraint labels attached

Safety Notes

  • King Safety cable must be installed in the extended position (no slack)
  • The Canada Occupational Safety and Health regulations Part XIII, 13:6b states: "Where an air hose is connected to a portable air powered tool used by an employee, a restraining device shall be attached to all hose connections, in order to prevent injury to an employee in the even of an accidental disconnection of a hose."


WB1 with safety clip and lanyard used to lock Air King couplings

WARNING: This product contains lead, a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.


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