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Average Costs to Rent, Finance or Purchase a Cable Lasher
Min Average Max
Weekly Rental Rate $438 $517 $575
Monthly Rental Rate $1100 $1456 $1800
Purchase Price $6,500 $9,278 $23,332
60 Month Financing Rate $136 $212 $520
48 Month Financing Rate $161 $255 $629
36 Month Financing Rate $203 $323 $806
24 Month Financing Rate $289 $462 $1,153
*The prices on this table are only estimates, and are based on actual Cable Lasher quotes submitted by KWIPPED Suppliers in the last 12 months. Actual Cable Lasher prices vary greatly based on brand, model, condition (new or used), options, and packages.
Based on Actual KWIPPED Marketplace Supplier Quotes
  • On average, you can rent a Cable Lasher for $517/week, $1456/month .
  • On average, you can purchase a Cable Lasher for $9,278.
  • On average, you can finance a Cable Lasher for $212/month on a 60-month lease.
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Cable Lasher Description

You will need to think of the type of job you will be doing when you are choosing cable lashers. How many are needed, and what size do you need to have? Do you need to lash a single cable, or do you need to have a lasher that can handle multiple cables? Also, make sure you know the wire or cable size that you will be using to make sure the lasher you choose is capable of handling it.
You should also consider the type of environment where you will be using the cable lasher before choosing one. For example, those who are working in dusty or wet environments will want to have a lasher that can stand up to those types of conditions. Consider the scope of your job so you can choose appropriately.

Features of cable lashers

You will find a wide range of lashers available today. Some of the lashers are relatively small hand lashers. These could be useful for some of the short span types of jobs out there. For example, they are used with installing or repairing traffic lights. They can be used for control cables, as well as aerial inserts. They are commonly used for underground construction, but you will find they can work well for any job that requires variable tension lashers. 

​Not all cable lashers are handheld, naturally. Some of the larger cable lashers are used to lash overhead cables or to route a number of cables to a supporting strand or to another lashed cable.

About cable lashers

Cable lashers can be a huge benefit to many in the power utility field, along with other fields for that matter. They will help to make sure your lines and cables do not get snagged on other items, such as trees, for example. They can reduce the amount of time it takes to transfer the cable, and they can simplify the process of cabling.

Cable Lasher Manufacturers

Many companies today are making these cable lashers. Some of the popular manufacturers include P&H Metal Products Corp., General Machine Products, and Condux International, Inc. Take your time to make sure your cable lasher rentals can perform for your specific needs.

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