iToolCo.’s Pull Slick Rope is a synthetic fiber wire-pulling rope with a high tensile strength of 39,000 lbs. It is made of 12-strand, single-braid synthetic fiber with ultra-low stretch. There are no organics in the rope, so it will not rot and does not absorb water. It is abrasion-resistant and has dual factory-installed pulling eyes on either end.
iToolCo.’s Cordless Cannon’s built-in capstan switch automatically turns the puller on and off. Users tug on the rope to start the pull and slack off the rope to shut it down. It features overhead, underground or side handles. It has a wide-angle dual-head adjustment for precise puller alignment with conduit openings.
Emerson’s G1 Versi-Tugger is designed for pulls normally done by hand and can pull up to 68% faster compared to manual pulling. The handle provides balanced weight distribution to decrease strain. The five-position pulling head quickly attaches to 1/2- to 4-in. conduit. When used to spool pulling line or mule tape, the tapered capstan enables the spooled line to slide...
Greenlee’s two-speed cable puller can shift from high-speed/low-load pulling to low-speed/high-load pulling with a simple double tap motion on the foot pedal control switch. It is designed for large and small cables up to 1,000 lbs. It features an on-board force gauge that provides visual communication of pulling force and speed changes.
Burndy’s Patriot cable-cutting tool is insulated and designed for a long reach. It is available in 82- and 94-in. lengths and provides users increased flashover protection and extended reach for live line cutting. It performs cuts in less than 15 seconds, which minimizes exertion and time.
Current Tools’ 6,000-lb. mobile cable puller features a four-wheel carriage for increased mobility and a built-in foot switch. It has a 8-ft. reach when fully extended and flat-free tires. The puller can be used on or off the carriage and has storage for all couplings.