The Kati-Blitz premise cable-pulling device slips around curves and travels through long sections of conduit, as well as pipe systems where cables have already been laid, according to the company. In addition, the device consists of a Polykat fiberglass rod that is manually wound in and out without knotting or forming loops. Threaded rod ends are attached at both ends of the rod, in which cable grips, pulling eyes, or guide heads can be screwed on. With lengths of 50 ft, 100 ft, and 150 ft, the rod is housed in a solid, compact, heavy-duty case.


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