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The cable jacket damaged exposing the conductors inside and crushed. The reel appears to have been hit with truck forks or another object. Due to excessive damage, the vendor refuses to take back any portion and customer can't use partial quantities.
All the items are "AS IS, WHERE IS". Buyer is responsible for shipping and handling.
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|Product Location:||Mountain View, Wyoming 82939-0160, United States|
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This lot of Damaged Cable was involved in an insurance claim and is being sold by the insurance company to recover funds from loss. It was delivered with significant visible damage.
The BOL clearly reads:
Do no lay a reel on its side; do not lift reel via direct contact with the cable; do not allow truck forks, langes of other reels, or other objects to touch the cable.
Despite these instructions, the reel was delivered on its side, the cable jacket damaged exposing the conductors inside and crushed. The reel appears to have been hit with truck forks or another object.
Product Info from GOPIC Brochure
GOPIC®-F Cables are designed for use in direct burial applications where additional mechanical or rodent protection is required. GOPIC-F may be used aerially, but must be attached to a support strand.
• Direct burial where additional mechanical protection is required or desired • Lashed aerial where additional mechanical protection is required or desired
Benefits / Benefits
• Twisted into pairs with varying lay lengths • Minimizes crosstalk • Core wrap • Provides thermal protection • Filled core • Moisture resistant • Corrugated, copper bearing armor • Rodent resistant • Fully flooded shield interfaces • Inhibits corrosion and water migration • Black, polyethylene jacket • Provides a tough, protective covering designed to withstand exposure to direct sunlight, atmospheric temperature changes and stresses expected in standard installations