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Product Spotlights: MULETAPE® and Bore Duct

At Colonial Teltek, we are committed to supporting our clients in the telecommunications and utilities industries in every way. This means providing them with the highest quality products, products that are unmatched and uncompromised in their performance.

One of our most relied upon and trusted products is our MULETAPE® from Neptco, a  flat, woven polyester tape that’s used for installing fiber optic, copper, and coaxial cables in underground conduit.

Available in a variety of pulling strengths, from 200 to 6,000 pounds, MULETAPE® is lubricated for easy pulling and reduced friction, and is lightweight and easily blown into conduit or innerduct. Other features and benefits include:

  • Low elongation for enhanced worker safety
  • Durably printed with sequential footage or meter markingsunnamed
  • Available in splice-free lengths up to 100,000 feet for fast, easy installation
  • Packaged on sturdy wooden or plastic reels
  • Easily spliced using conventional methods or the MULEKNOT™

MULETAPE® is simply the best product of its kind on the market, and is proven to be reliable and effective.

Another product we proudly supply is ENDUCT Bore Duct, a smoothwall duct produced from premium polyethylene resin (HDPE) for high tensile strength coupled with maximum crush resistance.

tapeBore duct is ideal for directional boring products and is produced to meet ASTM F2160 specification. It is available in pre-installed, high-quality measured and marked pull lines. It’s offered in 2, 3, and 4 inches and many colors can be produced on request, beyond the standard color offerings. Bore Duct can be produced in straight lengths up to 50 feet, and is compatible with fusion welding systems. This, too, is the best product of its kind.

If you have any questions about either product, or would like to know more, please visit our website or contact us anytime.

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