Beast Cabling Systems this week released new enhancements for the Beast, the company's flagship portable system tha...
May 6, 2005
Beast Cabling Systems this week released new enhancements for the Beast, the company’s flagship portable system that separates, organizes and labels cable off the reel.
It enables the pulling of up to 48 cables from individual reels into cable pathways, which conserves time and materials, reduces errors and ensures uniform installation practices.
The new additions from the Arlington, Va. firm, which were introduced at the BICSI Spring Conference in Las Vegas, include the Wirewolf, which mounts in front of the Beast and provides a quick way to sort and organize cable for termination on patch panels or blocks.
“The process of pulling cable normally includes back-feeding disorganized batches of cable to the closet where you face the time-consuming task of sorting cables for termination,” said Greg Bramham, Beast’s vice-president of business development.
The other new addition is the Claw, which reduces the common problems of twisted or damaged cable and broken lead strings during cable pulling.