Definitions for cable grip
The Standard Electrical Dictionary
A grip for holding the end of a cable, when the cable is to be drawn into a conduit in a subway. It is an attachment to provide the cable with an eye or loop. Its end is a split socket and embraces the end of the cable, and is secured thereto by bolts driven through the cable end. In drawing a cable into a conduit a capstan and rope are often used, and the rope is secured to the cable end by the grip. Fig. 73. CABLE HANGER, CABLE, AND SUSPENDING WIRE. Fig. 74. CABLE HANGER, OPEN.