Cotton balls? They make these...You'll need a shop vac, some cotton balls, and string... Tie the cotton balls to the string. Put them in one end of the conduit. At the other end of the conduit shove your shop vac hose. The vacuum will pull the string right through and then you can use it to pull your wires.
600' long hill with a steep grade the entire distance. 900' between the pull points. I wasn't looking foward to this part.
I did 400' of (3)4/0 CU and (1) #4 CU recently without any pull boxes. Big mistake. I would have put a few pull points atleast. Any 90's in the run? Good luck you'll need it.
I think he needs to grab a beer and watch the POCO guys pull in their primary. His job's done, I think.I keep thinking 900 ft. Wow. That wire lube at the beginning won't be there at 150 ft. Then he won't need a tugger, he will need a tanker. I really think he needs a few manholes. Just sayin
Usually one oversized conduit is plenty for communications cable's with an extra pull string left.No sand installed in trench? We always run 3 conduits; power, phone, catv...
Don't they require a pull string to get their pulling cable in there?I think he needs to grab a beer and watch the POCO guys pull in their primary. His job's done, I think.