Designed for installing underground cable, the APS75 is completely self-contained and transports easily from job site to job site.
Wed October 23, 2013 - National Edition Construction Equipment Guide
Designed for installing underground cable, the APS75 is completely self-contained.
The APS75 hydraulic underground cable puller from Condux International provides up to 7,500 lbs. of continuous pulling power to tackle a comprehensive range of pulling applications. Designed for installing underground cable, the APS75 is completely self-contained and transports easily from job site to job site, according to the manufacturer.
The new digital readout allows the operator to view pulling forces, distance pulled, tension limiter and hydraulic pressure readings. Pulling operations can be recorded and downloaded through a convenient USB port. Other standard features include antitwist rope, rotating pulling arm and wired remote control.
For more information, call 507/387-6576 or visit www.condux.com.
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