Stand for unwinding cables - cable unwinder - and wires from the SB-370 drums
A stand (unwinder) for unwinding and winding: cables, electrical wires, fiber optics, cords, or ropes from drums and spools made of plywood or plastic. Including a gradual adjustment of rollers. Stand for spools, drums. Drum roller for cables.
We present a unique construction, designed to work with cables and wires wound on spools and drums made of plastic, plywood, and steel. The construction of the cable stand is entirely made of galvanized steel, guaranteeing absolute durability and resistance to mechanical damage. Even intense use does not threaten the stability of the construction and its proper operation.
What was used to create the SB series unwinders?
High-quality galvanized steel has been used in the production of unwinders. The same material has been used for the rollers, which were additionally enriched with thrust bearings, hidden inside the element. The design of SB stands guarantees their comfortable use and safe operation in all conditions. The stable base sits on the ground with its entire surface, without the risk of falling over. When designing SB stands, we took care of their compliance with the most frequently purchased sizes of wires on spools.
Discover the stands available at our store:
- SB-370 – a stand designed for a drum with the maximum width of 370 mm,
- SB-470 – a stand designed for a drum with the maximum width of 470 mm,
- SB-570 – a stand designed for a drum with the maximum width of 570 mm.
Why it is worth using stands for cable drums?
It is very easy to unwind electrical cables from drums without any effort. The possibility to roll up excess unwound wire. Separating the drum from dirty and wet ground. Multi-stage adjustment of roller distance. Self operating and corrosion-resistant construction. They facilitate measuring wires into sections. They reduce the risk of tipping over the spool and damaging cables. Stands for cables on drums constitute a solution that perfectly facilitates the work of all companies in the installation industry. Assembly work can be carried out with greater efficiency, without the risk of material losses.