Best Cable Pullers

Best Cable Puller:

The most common type of cable puller are the “cable pullers”. These cables have a diameter of 3/8″ or 1 inch. They can be used with any kind of rope, but they work best when using nylon ropes because it makes them stronger and lighter than steel ones. Most cable pullers are made from stainless steel or aluminum alloy.

Cable pullers are usually used for transporting equipment up steep inclines or down deep valleys. You can use them to haul large loads of supplies and machinery up steep slopes or across ravines. They are also useful in areas where there is no road access such as mountain trails, off-road vehicles, etc. They can even be used to bring people and equipment over long distances without having to stop at every turn.

There are several types of cable pullers available today. Some are designed specifically for carrying cargo, while others are used primarily for pulling equipment. There are also different models of cable pullers that vary in their capacity and price range.

One of the most popular brands of cable pullers is JCB (Japanese company). They make many different kinds of cable pullers including one called the “Pioneer” model which is used mainly for transporting equipment up steep slopes. Other brand names include Yazaki, Kato, and Zicor.

It is important to always match the right cable puller to the task you need it for. The size of the load you need to move, how steep the incline is, and how far you need to pull it will all determine which one you will need. For example, if you need to haul a small load up a very steep incline you would use a light weight model. The “Pioneer” would probably work best in this situation because it is very light weight and has large wheels on one end.

It can hold up to 2 tons of cargo.

The main thing to remember about cable pullers is that they should always be used in pairs. If you are hauling heavy loads up an incline you will need two of them: one at the front and one at the back. This way the load will remain balanced and you will be able to move it more easily.

Cable pullers are used for a wide range of purposes such as lifting equipment and supplies, crossing ravines or steep inclines, transporting machinery over long distances, and even in ski resorts to transport skiers up the mountain. They are very versatile pieces of machinery that can be used by anyone from transportation companies to mining companies to the average person with a steep incline in their backyard.

You can purchase cable pullers from most farm and construction equipment dealers. Before you buy one, make sure you have a specific purpose for it, as well as a particular use. Determine what load capacity you will need (the amount of weight it can hold), as well as the steepest slope you will be hauling it up or down. This is very important because you do not want to overwork your cable hauler.

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In Summary…

Cable pullers are used to haul heavy or large objects up steep inclines. They consist of a metal frame with rollers on the bottom and cables wound around grooves that run the length of the device. Cable pullers should always be used in pairs (one at the front and one at the back) when hauling loads up steep slopes.

Work Smart Not Hard

Always be aware of your surroundings and use common sense when operating heavy machinery. Always wear proper protective gear and never operate this product under the influence of drugs or alcohol. You may get away with it this time, but sooner or later it will catch up to you. When working with machinery, remember that safety should always come first.

Sources & references used in this article:

Cable pullers by LQ Hughes – US Patent 3,291,449, 1966 – Google Patents

Cable pullers by MR Smith, DS Trotter – US Patent 9,899,811, 2018 – Google Patents

Cable puller by MR Smith – US Patent App. 16/568,922, 2020 – Google Patents

Means for pulling fiber optic cable through a conduit by DW Giroux – US Patent 4,695,038, 1987 – Google Patents

Conduit attachment system for a cable puller by ET Smiley, S Lilly – 2001 – International Society of Arboriculture

Fiber optic placing, splicing, testing, and cable design experience at Bell Canada by JJ Plummer – US Patent 7,216,848, 2007 – Google Patents

Cable puller adapter by JF Couturier, JA Mainville, M Papa… – IEEE journal on …, 1986 – ieeexplore.ieee.org

Cable puller with pivot adjuster for converting between upward and downward cable pulling by JJ Plummer – US Patent 7,070,168, 2006 – Google Patents

Cable stretcher by JJ Plummer – US Patent 8,246,009, 2012 – Google Patents