CAT-5 in conduit

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 Question by Matt Bilbrey posted 09 Mar 2001
 CAT-5 in conduit
I am trying to run CAT-5 in conduit approx 1/2 in wide. The conduit is entombed in concrete and walls of a newly built jail. there are a few 90 degree turns. The CAT-5 must be run a good distance mut not more than 30meters. The cable just wont go.... help!!!!

Matt Bilbrey, MCP
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 Answer by Roman Kitaev posted 10 Mar 2001
Hi, Matt!

If you have more than 3 turns, it will be a really hard job pulling the cable in without having installed pull boxes.

In any way, find an appropriate fish tape, attach a pull string to it, pull in the pull string, attach the cable to the pull string and pull the cable.

It's the only solution I have in mind.

Best regards
Roman Kitaev, RCDD

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