Lightweight and portable, the Slingco Bull Wheel can be assembled by one person. It can also be dismantled and passed through a 3ft x 3ft access opening in the top of a concrete vault.
Slingco has developed an 8ft wheel for stringing cables around 180º within underground vaults.
The rotating wheel allows operators to impose a bend of up to Ø4 inches on conductor wire inside an underground concrete ‘vault’.
Supplied with a two-point wall fixing, the wheel is mounted on an upright post that allows height adjustment between approximately 1ft to 7ft from the ground. Interchangeable circumference sections provide further options depending on application needs.
Available in 6ft and 8ft diameter, the Slingco Bull Wheel can also be produced at different sizes to suit your application.
The 6ft and the 8ft wheels are designed to withstand an imposed load of 8,000lb (SWL) with a factor of safety (FOS) of 3.
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