Utility equipment APS75 Hydraulic Underground Cable Puller from Condux International

Utility equipment cable puller Condux International APS75 Hydraulic Underground Cable Puller

Mankato, MN—Utility equipment: Condux International recently unveiled the APS75 Hydraulic Underground Cable Puller. It provides up to 7,500 lbs of continuous pulling power to tackle a comprehensive range of pulling applications. Designed for installing underground cable, the APS75 is completely self-contained and transports easily from jobsite to jobsite.

The new digital readout allows the operator to view pulling forces, distance pulled, tension limiter and hydraulic pressure readings. Pulling operations can be recorded and downloaded through a convenient USB port. With other standard features including antitwist rope, rotating pulling arm and wired remote control, the APS75 is one of the most advanced pulling systems available. The APS75 is precision manufactured to the highest standards. Each puller is backed with years of underground cable pulling experience and a commitment to quality customer service.

For more information about Condux or other underground pullers, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide.



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