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Cable Towing and Pulling

Cable Pulling is a chore for companies involved in communication and data cable installation. Many are now using high-pressure water “snakes” as one option for pulling cables through conduit.

Typically a strong but lightweight high pressure hose equipped with a maximum thrust nozzle is run from one junction box to another. The hose is retrieved with the snake line attached, and in turn the snake line is used to pull the actual cable through the conduit. RH50 or BN50 offer rear discharge angles of 15°-25° for maximum pulling power.

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Avaliable in the BN or RH body style only.

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