Jonard Tools’ Pull Line Blower Conveniently Functions Without a Compressor

Feb. 3, 2023

The Jonard Tools PLB-1000, Pull Line Blower for 3/4"-2" (18-50 mm) Conduit makes pulling cables a breeze.  The Pull Line Blower is designed to help cable technicians either blow or suck lines through 3/4" - 2" (18-50 mm) conduit for cable pulling. The PLB-1000 is an excellent tool to have for anyone who needs to run wire or cable through conduits multiple times a day.  

The PLB-1000 has both suction and blowing modes, and does not need to be connected to a compressor to function. It can be used on commercial and residential pipework and works great on flexible conduits. Its unique design also makes it easy to get through bends and kinks in conduit.  

The Pull Line Blower comes as a kit that includes pull line rolls (diameter of 1 mm, tensile strength approx. 24 kg, length approx. 900 m), multiple joints with various size nozzles, a suction device, and the EZ50 Pull Line Blower (or string gun). 

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