Product Uses / Cable Pulling & Pipe Laying
It is the diversity of our highly functional product range which keeps us unique in the market – we supply: ropes and mini coils, twines, threads and strings, sash and nylon cords, securing and lifting equipment, tarpaulins, adhesive tapes and pallet wrap, galvanised buckets and bins, laundry products for use across a wide range of applications and industries. In the Product Uses section we introduce you to our range and the varied ways our products are used by our customers. If we have missed anything of importance to you, or you have questions about the use or specifications of our products, please alert us through the contact page… there really is so much more for you to discover about Kendon Rope and Twine as you start to look through our website.
Cable Pulling & Pipe Laying
Kendon Rope and Twine supply all sizes and types of rope for use in cable pulling and pipe laying processes. We will always take the time to recommend ropes specifically designed for the purposes it is intended – our experts will ensure you are fully advised prior to purchase e.g. that the size of the rope supplied has corresponding capacity for allowable pulling tension; ideal storage conditions to ensure rope is kept clean, dry and free of nicks and knots.
We also supply a growing range of detectable and non-detectable underground warning tapes resistant to acids and alkali in soils. Our warning tapes display large, bold text for easy identification and are ideal for marking buried or sub-surface cables, as well as mains, ducts, sewers and pipelines. Warning tapes work to prevent injury and damage during excavation works. They are installed generally 4-6 inches below the surface to provide early warning of utility locations; including those for gas, electricity, water, telephone, fibre optics, street lighting and sewerage.
Visit our products pages to find out more about our range, or contact us to discuss your requirements. You can also click here to view products used for cable pulling, pipe laying and to warn of sub-surface cables.