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Foam Birds (Series 58230)

Foam Birds
Product Description

DCD Foam Birds are one of the more common ways to carry pull tapes through empty ducting. The product can also be used to spread lubricant through the duct before pulling cable. Sizes are standard and will fit duct sizes 2" through 6".

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Line Darts (Series 58300)

Line Darts
Product Description

DCD Line Darts are unique for several reasons. The colour coded cones match the seal kits (series 58200). The edges of the cones are tapered to allow better flexing when required to go around bends etc. The thin edges will also flare out to give better sealing and faster blowing once under pressure. Spare cones are available and replacement is simple.

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Ultra Light Birds (Series 58320)

Ultra Light Birds
Product Description

Ultra-Light birds are unique to DCD. They are made out of polyurethane and, as the name implies, are about half the weight of the regular Line Darts. The cones are very tough yet extremely thin – so thin, in fact, that they can be easily inverted in the event that the dart gets stuck and it is necessary to pull them back out.

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Inflatable Birds (Series 58330)

Inflatable Birds
Product Description

Although many companies offer this Inflatable style of bird, the DCD units are stitched for greater strength. The purpose of the inflatable is to be able to blow through ducting already containing cable.

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Parachute Birds (Series 58335)

Parachute Birds
Product Description

With a large open mouth, these Parachutes are able to grab all the air blown into the duct and will travel faster and further than any other model. They can also be used in occupied duct.

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