Cable-pulling lubricant

Feb. 1, 1997

Cable-pulling lubricant

Optic-Lube cable-pulling lubricant can be used anywhere fiber-optic cable is being installed and is safe for use with all cable insulating jackets, including synthetic or natural rubber, neoprene, nylon, PVC plastic, polyethylene, semiconducting jackets, and Hypalon. The lubricant will not corrode aluminum, copper, PVC, galvanized steel, or FRE conduit. Easy to work with, Optic-Lube cleans with water and will not stain. It is stable over a wide temperature range (32° to 200°F) and is nonflammable and environmentally safe. Optic-Lube is available in 1-quart tubes, squeeze bottles, 1- and 5-gallon pails, and 55-gallon drums.

Ideal Industries Inc.

Sycamore, IL

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