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Image 1 Cable Installation using "Push" or "Push/Pull"
Polywater's new Pull-Planner™ 3000 Software allows a "pushing force" variable in pulling tension calculations.  Read a White Paper that quantifies the push contribution and compares calculation results to field experience. --
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Image 2 Wind Farms Use "Green" Splice Cleaners
In this Product Spotlight, read how cleaner packaging can minimize the environmental and safety exposure of solvent use, and add a convenience factor as well. --
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Image 3 Pulling Cable Through Water?
Read a Product Spotlight on Polywater®; + Silicone™, Polywater's new generation underground lubricant.  Continued reduction of friction when pulling through water is only one of the unique features of this lubricant. --
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Image 4 Keeping Water Out of Duct
This lab report compares the effectiveness of some of the common materials used to seal ducts.  Data is presented on water and air seal, as well as cable removal force (theft prevention). --
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