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Average Costs to Rent, Finance or Purchase a Fiber Optic Cable Blower
Min Average Max
Daily Rental Rate $150 $267 $450
Weekly Rental Rate $438 $983 $2500
Monthly Rental Rate $1100 $3090 $6000
Purchase Price $25,000 $35,539 $61,834
60 Month Financing Rate $343 $696 $979
48 Month Financing Rate $413 $841 $1,182
36 Month Financing Rate $527 $1,078 $1,518
24 Month Financing Rate $754 $1,434 $1,888
*The prices on this table are only estimates, and are based on actual Fiber Optic Cable Blower quotes submitted by KWIPPED Suppliers in the last 12 months. Actual Fiber Optic Cable Blower 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 Fiber Optic Cable Blower for $267/day, $983/week, $3090/month .
  • On average, you can purchase a Fiber Optic Cable Blower for $35,539.
  • On average, you can finance a Fiber Optic Cable Blower for $696/month on a 60-month lease.
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Fiber Optic Cable Blower Description

It is important to make sure you are choosing a blower that is easy to use. Those that are easy to monitor and adjust are a good choice. All jobs and applications are different, so working with a blower that is easy to adjust is essential. It means you can use the blower in different types of situations, and it can work with different fibers, as well as duct sizes. While the concept behind how the blowers work will be the same, check for any individual features on the brands and units you are considering, and make sure you understand how to use the fiber optic cable blowers properly.

Features of fiber optic cable blowers

A fiber optic cable blower is a good option since it can reduce the amount of friction in the process of laying cable. Friction can be a huge problem with traditional cable pullers. When you use a blower, though it will actually allow the fiber optic cable to “ride” on a cushion of air. Since it is floating, you have far less to worry about when it comes to friction. The addition of lubricant can reduce this problem even further.

How fiber optic cable blowers work

The entire process is simple. The cable blower connects to the duct system, and then the compressed air is added to the duct. The pressure in the system is equalized and the push force can then push the cable through the duct freely. 

About fiber optic cable blowers

The installation of fiber optic cable can be made much easier with the right equipment, such as fiber optic cable blowers. These tools are especially important for those companies that are installing large amounts of cable. Using quality blowers will allow for the installation of fiber optic cable quickly and easily. The blowers have become a very efficient method of installing cable. 

Fiber Optic Cable Blower Manufacturers

Some of the companies that are manufacturing these blowers today include Condux, Stanlay, and FOK. Take the time to see what rentals are available in your area and find a solution that will work well for you and your needs. 

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