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 Question by B Erickson posted 24 Feb 2005
 
I am looking for a reason NOT TO USE interduct cabling. We tried to pull two reels of 1 1/4" interduct in the cold, it became brittle and broke several times. I am trying to convince mangement that it is not necessary for this project. The other issue, is the conduit we are using 3" RMT has more than enought room for now as well as future requirements so interduct will not be necessary
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 Answer by Joseph Golan posted 14 Mar 2005
Dear B,

Sorry but I would reccommed use of innerduct in alarge conduit to separate cable pulls and prevent strangulation of cables already installed.

Either wait for warmer weather or use innerduct that is temperature rated for your installation

Sincerely,
Joseph Golan, RCDD

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