Construction equipment: Hydraulic puller-tensioner offers 11,240 lbf of pulling or tensioning capacity

construction equipment Condux Tesmec

Construction equipment: The PT1250 hydraulic puller-tensioner from Condux Tesmec provides industry-leading features like a negative self-acting hydraulic brake, an integrated hydraulic dynamometer, a hydraulic cooling system, advanced user controls and more.

This model offers 11,240 lbf (50 kN) of pulling or tensioning capacity and is designed for stringing one rope or one conductor. The bull-wheel grooves on the PT1250 are made from high resistance interchangeable nylon sectors. The PT1250 features a new digital interface with automatic power management and full safety controls.

Condux Tesmec offers a full line of hydraulic pullers, tensioners, puller-tensioners and stringing blocks representing the safest and most reliable equipment in the power transmission and distribution industry. Condux Tesmec also offers one of the largest and most diverse selections of conductor blocks on the market.

A full line of productivity-enhancing conductor stringing tools and accessories is also available including anti-twist rope, reel winders, reel stands and more.

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