Installing a pulling grip on indoor cables

May 22, 2013
Corning Cable Systems video demonstrates.

Pulling grips can assist in the deployment of indoor cabling, particularly through ductwork. The following short video from Corning Cable Systems takes you through the process of installing a pulling grip onto an indoor, tight-buffered cable.

See also: Use braided rope to make a pulling grip

Distribute tensile load when pulling fiber

Tight-buffered cable holds up well in hostile environments

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