Feeding winch lines into the cable protection pipes can take a lot of time. This can basically be solved in two ways:
With the conduit rods, lengths of up to 150 m (and in exceptional cases even up to 300 m) can be pushed through and then the winch line pulled back.
If the pipes are longer, then the best solution is the pilot rope winch, which is used to blow a thin steel rope in lengths of up to 1,100 m through the lateral dividable conduit plugs on the side. Lighter cable can also be pulled in directly using the pilot rope winch.
You can work particularly effective, and what's more, meet the most recent documentation regulations with our new pilot rope winch with pulling force measurement.
You will find all the equipment you need for the job in the following sections.