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Cable Puller, 9986 lb, 120V, w/Floor Mount
- Item # 15X796
- Mfr. Model # 6900
- UNSPSC # 27111712
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 428.0 lbs.
- ItemCable Puller
- Pulling Force (Lb.)9986
- Cable Capacity4 x 500mcm Copper Cables, 800 ft. w/(3) 90 deg. Bends, 3 x 1000mcm Copper Cables, 750 ft. w/(4) 90 deg. Bends, 4 x 750mcm Copper Cables, 1200 ft. w/(2) 90 deg. Bends
- MotorTwo Speed High Torque Integral
- Features2-Speed, Can Shift From High Speed/Low Load Pulling To Low Speed/High Load Pulling w/Foot Pedal Control Switch, No-Load High Speed Is 16 ft./min. For Loads Up To 4000 lbs., No-Load Low Speed Is 9 ft./min. For Loads Up To 8000 lbs.
- FunctionFor Cable Pulling
- Use With7/8" dia. (22.2mm) Double-Braided Polyester Composite Rated at 32,000 lbs. (142kN) min. Breaking Strength
- IncludesForce Gauge And Floor Mount
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