UTILITY INFRASTRUCTURE is the pipes, cables, wires, and equipment which supply a utility service to the lots or the common property in a community titles scheme. It can also be another system or service designed to benefit a lot or common property.
In our company, we provide 3 types of 'Utility Infrastructure' which is :
1 - HDD
- Horizontal Directional Drilling
- Infrastructure Services for TM & TNB
2- CABLE PULLING
- Although the mechanics of cable pulling can be quite complex, the actual definition of it is rather self-explanatory. Cable pulling is the moving of lengths of cable from one place to another in order to install a connection of some type between disparate areas.
- Not all cable pulling is created equal. There are a few different processes that could be described with the phrase “cable pulling” so let’s take a look at how those differ.
|Conduit Pulling||When installing or rewiring different types of wires, including electrical wires, speaker wires, phone or internet cables, it is often necessary to run the new wires through the existing conduit or pipe. To do this, you must pull the cable from an entry point through the conduit. There are different ways to do this, but creating a secure pull string in order to prevent damage to the wires is usually a good place to start.|
|Cable Installation||Installing fresh cables above a ceiling in a facility such as a hospital or cleanroom requires a different type of cable pulling. The best way to ensure that the cable pulling process goes smoothly is by utilizing the right tools and in this case, that may be a cabling access point. This device allows contractors to run cable safely up into the ceiling without causing undue friction or allowing excess debris to escape into the facility.|
|Large Cable Pulling||Much larger cable pulling projects are especially common in new construction projects. These may include bundles of cabling, conduit, or any number of other challenging materials but do not generally require ceiling access, since the cable is installed in buildings that have not yet been completed.|
3 - UNDERGROUND ROOT TRACER