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How to Choose The Best Duct Rodder?

What Do I Need to Know About Duct Rodder?

Science and technology have contributed greatly to the fiber optic installation industry by facilitating and simplifying the task of stringing fiber optic cables. Before the invention of duct rod pullers, fiber optic cable installers had to perform complex stringing jobs that were time-consuming, challenging and error-prone. Threading is one of the main steps in the entire cable installation process. With the help of pipe poles, threading is more convenient and easier.

Sinta uses cutting-edge fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) technology. This not only enhances the strength and durability of the pole but also ensures resistance to corrosion and harsh environmental conditions.

Sinta Fiberglass Duct Rod Unparalleled Flexibility and Maneuverability

Sinta fiberglass duct rod offer unparalleled flexibility, allowing them to negotiate tight bends and curves with ease. Where other products may struggle, this level of maneuverability is a game changer, providing a clear advantage in complex installation projects.

Sinta duct rods bring efficiency

Sinta Duct Rodder

Duct Rod: Adaptable and Resilient

Conduit rod is an important equipment for underground cable laying. You can clean pipes, locate paths, thread and pull cables. It also allows workers to be more efficient during the cable laying process.

This is why having the best duct rod is so important. It is an important tool for anyone who works in the utility industry or in areas involving laying cables.

As a leading duct rod manufacturer, we know and understand this industry. 

For your next project, consider the Sinta Duct Rodder.

Sinta duct rodders are elastic

Wear is a big issue with duct rods. When used for a long time, the elasticity of the fishing rod will be tested. If the cage is bent or broken, it will result in reduced usability of the pipe pole. That's why we manufacture pipe rods that can withstand a lot of pressure. They are resistant to corrosion, chemicals, and temperatures and can handle the toughest jobs.

Sinta duct rods offer high availability

We manufacture with the operator's needs in mind. That's why we make duct rod easy to move from one location to another. Depending on the size, the cages are equipped with wheels and manual wheel brakes for easy movement.

Sinta duct rods are highly adaptable

It is very important that our tools can be used in all types of conditions and situations. That’s why our duct rod ties come in a variety of styles to suit the tie diameter and length required on site. There are also various accessories that can be used with pipe poles to increase the efficiency of the equipment.

Are you ready to take a look at our duct rod? Learn more here.

How to use a duct rodder?

For maximum efficiency, consider reading the manufacturer's manual and understanding all safety precautions. You must follow these instructions to prevent damage. The following steps can help you use pipe poles safely.

1. Place the conduit rod where the cable needs to be passed. Choose a suitable location with enough room to move around.

2. Set up barriers to mark your work area. You can place warning signs to mark your work area, especially if you work in a public place. This helps prevent people from entering your work area during the threading process. Also, make sure you and your staff are wearing the correct protective gear, such as gloves, hats, and safety shoes.

3. Place the rod horizontally, making sure all parts of the rod are installed correctly before entering the conduit. Release the handbrake from the cage and allow it to spin freely. This way you can easily pull it out as well.

4. Pull the rod tip out of the cage and unscrew the rod from the frame. Be careful to avoid damaging any components. Push it slowly into the catheter while making sure it fits into the opening. Avoid using any force to move the rod. Once it successfully reaches the other end of the rope, apply a brake to stop the cage from rotating and use a guy wire around its head.

5. Pull the rod through the opening and back into the cage. Remove the cable from the conduit and cover the rod completely inside the cage, then store the rod properly and you're done!