Industrial and agricultural equipment is often heavy and built to last, which makes it difficult to manually move different pieces around. Luckily, there are trailers and other vehicles that make it easier to get things like large, cable spools from one place to another and use them once they arrive.
Types of Cable Spoolers
A cable spooler (sometimes also called a cable reel) is intended to allow the safe use and storage of a wide variety of different types of cables for all manner of applications from deep-sea drilling and industrial manufacturing to agriculture. Cable spools come in several different loading configurations. The most typical are:
Transporting Cable Spoolers
The different types also sometimes dictate how they are transported. Some cable spools are just in use to safely store cable for transport before it us unwound and the spool discarded. These cable spools are transported by truck or crate to get from point A to point B.
Then there are the spools that have to be re-used and are integral to the functions of a particular industry. For remote areas, these are often transported in ESP spool trailers. ESP trailers come with the spool pre-mounted so that the spool doesn't have to be loaded and unloaded each time. The trailer can be pulled to a job or manufacturing site and detached so it can be used long-term without tying up a truck or vehicle.
Cable spoolers are used in many industries and can be small and manual or large and automated. Picking the right one is based upon your specific need for transport, function, and re-use.
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