GF7 Fiberglass rod Ø 7,5 mm with mobile steel reel incl. double run-out system Cable pulling tool for pipe diameters 50 mm - 120 mm

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€ 441,00
Recommended retail price without VAT

Advantages

  • incl. steel reel and metre counter
  • Double run-out system (automatic run-out brake and fast run-out)
  • Additional parking brake
  • Fiberglass rod breaking load 3400 kg
  • Total breaking load 400 kg
  • Bending radius with ending joint 500 mm
  • Bending radius only rod 115 mm

Description

Cable puller fiberglass rod (duct rodders) Ø 7.5 mm - RUNPOTEC RTG Ø 12 mm thread with robust steel reel (CDP/powder coated) Ø 730 mm incl. new double run-out system (automatic run-out brake and fast run-out), additional parking brake. The shackle also has a transition thread to RTG Ø 6 mm to adapt various guide rods (RUNPOSTICKS), guide probes, cable pulling grip (sock), multifunction camera RC 2 and the like. Fiberglass rod breaking load 3400 kg, total breaking load 400 kg.
Optimal field of application: for pipe diameters 50 mm - 120 mm.
Application film: a short, very informative application film can be viewed by scanning the QR Code or on www.RUNPOTEC.com
Scope of supply: 1 x GF7 fiberglass rod Ø 7,5 mm, Length: 50 m, ending joint with RUNPOTEC thread Ø 12 mm on both sides (start/end), 1 x mobile steel reel Ø 730 mm incl. double run-out system, 1 x metercounter, 1 x shackle

Technical data

Dimensions: L 840 x B 920 x H 410 mm
Length: 50 Meter
Bending radius: 500 mm
Recommended tube-Ø: 50 - 120 mm
Weight: 10,20 kg
Total tension load: 400 kg
Material: fiberglass core with PP sheath
Ø Rod: 7,5 mm
EAN-Code: 9120045473865

Scope of supply

1 x GF7 fiberglass rod Ø 7,5 mm, Length: 50 m, ending joint with RUNPOTEC thread Ø 12 mm on both sides (start/end), 1 x mobile steel reel Ø 730 mm incl. double run-out system, 1 x metercounter, 1 x shackle

Spare parts & accessories

Repairing kit for fiberglass rod Ø 7,5 mm

Repairing kit for fiberglass rod Ø 7,5 mm

Article ID 20384
RRP without VAT € 44,10
Product catalog (PDF)
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