A Technician can install the NLLS by placing, spin & snap over the existing messenger or self-support cables. A Terminal Clamp is installed at each termination.
Step two is to place a Rodder & guide tool through the NLLS. The Guide Tool can pass through multiple pre-installed cables. The cable can be pulled through your open air duct (NLLS) by attaching cable direct to the Rodder or a pull rope.
Because of this Simple construction method, a technician installer requires less expertise and less training than lashing experts. The simplifies & provides additional safety on your railroad, highway and river crossings. Since most of construction with the NLLS can be done at utility poles without excessive heavy equipment or tools, dangerous situations, injuries and risks can be reduced with NLLS construction.
CONSTRUCTION METHODS I PROCESS
REDUCE RISK EXPOSURE - STREET, RAILROAD, WATER CROSSING
NO NEED TO ELEVATE HEAVY TOOLS