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Average Costs to Rent, Finance or Purchase a Fiber Optic Cable Puller
Min Average Max
Daily Rental Rate $150 $300 $375
Weekly Rental Rate $600 $1175 $1500
Monthly Rental Rate $1750 $3190 $4500
Purchase Price $22,787 $31,010 $47,222
60 Month Financing Rate $393 $637 $1,029
48 Month Financing Rate $474 $769 $1,242
36 Month Financing Rate $606 $987 $1,595
24 Month Financing Rate $867 $1,339 $1,968
*The prices on this table are only estimates, and are based on actual Fiber Optic Cable Puller quotes submitted by KWIPPED Suppliers in the last 12 months. Actual Fiber Optic Cable Puller prices vary greatly based on brand, model, condition (new or used), options, and packages.
Based on Actual KWIPPED Marketplace Supplier Quotes
  • On average, you can rent a Fiber Optic Cable Puller for $300/day, $1175/week, $3190/month .
  • On average, you can purchase a Fiber Optic Cable Puller for $31,010.
  • On average, you can finance a Fiber Optic Cable Puller for $637/month on a 60-month lease.
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Fiber Optic Cable Puller Description

One of the most important things to consider when you are choosing a fiber optic cable puller is the tensile loading limit of the cable. You need to make sure the puller you choose will not do any damage to the cable you are pulling. Of course, you also need to make sure you are choosing the right size for your job and application.

Take the time to look at all the features offered through the options available to determine which ones will work best for your needs. You should also check to see what the rental or lease does and does not contain. For example, you might need to get a mounting stand or a base mount separately.

Always make sure that those who are operating the puller know how to use the machine properly, and that they know how to troubleshoot any issues with the cable without damaging it. They tend to be easy to use though, so most should have no trouble.

Features of fiber optic cable pullers

You will find different types of pullers on the market today. Some of these will feature onboard hand controls that will allow you to determine the speed at which the motor works. Others may have a variable speed foot control, which can make it even easier to operate. They are usually bidirectional, so you can move the cable forward and backward as needed. Most of the pullers tend to be easy to set up and use, and they are also safe for the operator and for the cable itself.

About fiber optic cable pullers

When you are laying fiber optic cable, you need to have all the right tools in place if you expect to do a quality job and to have it done in the shortest amount of time possible. In addition to cable pushers, you should also consider getting a fiber optic cable puller. They can make wiring jobs faster and easier. If you have only a very short distance to pull the cable, it could be possible to do it by hand, but it is a safer and better option in most cases to use a quality fiber optic cable puller instead.

Fiber Optic Cable Puller Manufacturers

Many companies are making these pieces of equipment today. Some of the popular names in the field include Condux and FOK. You can find a range of options available from these companies and from others in the field.

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