Fibre optic cable blowing isn’t a new technique for cable installation and, in fact, it has been in use since the late 1990’s. However, the cable blowing technique may be new to some installers. A range of CBS cable and fibre blowing machines help get the job done with ease for both the seasoned installer or the novice. In this article, we discuss one of the key parameters to a successful installation, the fill ratio.
The C-1700 Air Stream has been designed to maximise protection for micro cables with a compliant double drive concept, backed by the latest technology in servo controls to provide precise control of torque and speed. Single person operation with safe, easy to operate ergonomic controls combines with low maintenance and high reliability to form the machine’s key features. The Air Stream is adjustable to suit a wide range of cable diameters 2.5-11mm.
D-710 Pole Bogie. Designed to be ideally suited for transporting poles across rough terrain or soft ground, the poles are secured with quick action retaining straps to hold poles in place during transport. Available with low pressure tyres for use when keeping damage...
We are the only company here in the UK that manufacture and produce our own range of cable blowing machines, the largest of which is the Tornado. This machine has been designed to to provide a safe and effective method of installing cables ranging from 6-32mm (0.25-1.25″) into a pre-installed duct. The Tornado is fast and will install the cable at a speed of 90m/min (300 ft/min) to maximise job efficiency.
CBS Running Out Blocks
The CBS range of running out blocks have been designed to suit almost every application when it comes to working at height with poles, cross arms and conductors of any size.
Our range of winches are designed to offer reliable, efficient performance, enabling your team to install a wide range of cabling both overhead and underground. Each designed to suit specific requirements, including trailer mounted winches and portable, lightweight capstans.