From: Kevin Muenzler (firstname.lastname@example.org)
On Friday, November 15, 1996 11:17 AM, DuWayne Schmidlkofer[SMTP:email@example.com] wrote:
>One thing that works well for running underground cables is to get some 1
>in pvc conduit.
>Then run your coax through it and up through the right angle pieces
>available. It comes in 10 ft lengths that slip together. This will give
>the cable a lot of protection, and if you have to replace it. Just connect
>a line to one end and you can pull a replacement through very easily.
>Senior Field Systems Specialist
>Nicolet Biomedical Inc.
That's what I did and it does work great! One word of warning, don't
use the regular 90 degree couplings. If you're using RG8-X or
some other small coax you'll be OK but DON'T try it with RG-8,
9913, or the like. You can get a 90 degree elbow that is designed
specifically for this. It makes the 90 degree turn over a period
of about 8 inches. This prevents damage to the larger cables and
makes it much easier to re-pull if you have to.
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