ASHER Cable Scrapper from TSE

Al Asher & Sons

TSE Cable ScrapperThe TSE Cable Scrapper is Al Asher and Sons’ latest product innovation for 2015. Formerly known as OK Champion, the industry has long recognized the Cable Scrapper as the go-to product for salvaging underground cable up to 4-inch diameter. The machine will pull, cut and load cable all day long in one continuous operation, saving countless man-hours and extra equipment. Equipped with a 24,000 lb. capacity  boom take-up winch, set-up in a manhole or vault takes only minutes with deep penetration and infinite pulling angles, eliminating time consuming jigs and make-ready adjustments. Now you can purchase the TSE Cable Scrapper with remote radio controls for the bed winch, which will digitally and effortlessly record pulling torque and speed values. Enhanced hydraulic circuitry improvements also are available to promote longevity and reduce heat and wear in the system. The bed winch operation features a new and vastly improved interwoven style of steel cable, which eliminates clogs and cross-overlay problems associated with rapid deployment in underground cable work. Asher stocks units for sale or rental throughout the USA. 

Learn more about the TSE Cable Scrapper and many other products at www.alasher.com.

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