Cable Laying & Cable Sleeve Installation | Guidelines by Draka Communications
Published 14 Jan 2020
uploaded by Chris Dodds - Thorne & Derrick Sales | Marketing Manager
Draka Communications – part of Draka Holding N.V. situated in Amsterdam – offers a variety of reliable products in copper and fibre optic technology for data transmission and telecommunication.
They have long-term experience and knowledge in the cable and fibre business ensuring their major market position today. Draka Communications can be found in more than 32 countries in Europe, Asia, North and South America.
The below Articles will give you some guidance in the laying and installation of outdoor LV MV HV cables.
It is important to note that accuracy during preparation of run, laying of cable and installation of sleeve is crucial as your little additional work is worth it to avoid the cost what may arise in the case of a complaint. It is recommended to choose products from recognised manufacturers and that you have the best conditions for a proper installation.
The below articles containing laying and installation instructions are correct to the best of our knowledge and have resulted from consideration of current and recognised techniques and technologies. They are intended as instructions for the correct laying and installation of outdoor cables.
- Cable Laying | The Importance of Cable Installation Instructions
- Cable Drums | Recommended Transport & Storage
- How to Prepare Cables To Avoid Cable Damages & Faults
- Cable Pulling | Safe Pulling of Cables Using Motorised Pullers
- Cable Pulling | Safe Pulling of Cables Using Manual Laying
- Installation of Cable Sleeves | Jointing & Splicing Cables
- Installation of Rail Foot Cables
Cable Pulling Equipment
Thorne & Derrick distribute an extensive range of Cable Pulling & Laying Equipment to enable the safe installation of fibre and copper cables within the telecommunications industry. Safely installed cables reduces operational and maintenance requirements to the network and reduced service interruption to telecom cables, wires, ducts, cabinets and exchanges – products include cable spiking tools, conduit rods, cable lubricant, cable socks and rollers.