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GREENLEE

1" Conduit Piston, Green; PK5

  • Item# 3PA90
  • Mfr. Model# 610-5
  • Catalog Page# 1071
  • UNSPSC# 26101736
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Product Details

GREENLEE® conduit pistons fit all types and sizes of conduit, 1/2" through 2" (including rigid, IMC, and EMT). Designed for use with vacuum/blower power fishing systems. For 1" conduit.

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Technical Specs

  • Item Conduit Piston
  • Size 1"
  • Color Green
  • For Use With Greenlee Vacuum/Blower Power Fishing Systems
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Rated 5 out of 5 by 1reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Expensive, but absolutely amazing. On youtube there are some videos of using small plastic bags to suck through the conduit but these just work without the risk of breaking up and spreading debris in the conduit.I used a Dyson vacuum cleaner on one end and tied wire pulling line to the end of the piston. My wife turned on the vacuum and we ran one hundred feet of line through a maze of conduit underground. It took less than two minutes. Kind of exciting, it was so fast.In the past I used fish tape and it would have taken a long time and there is the risk that it will break and compromise the conduit and require a rework. How come no one thought of this years ago? March 5, 2016
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