CableFree® Loosener is designed to loosen and remove cables that are held in conduits by wax, rust, dirt, soap, or other adhesive residues. CableFree® Loosener will dissolve a great variety of binding agents; but because of the many causes of "stuck" cable, 100% success cannot be guaranteed. Nevertheless, CableFree® can be extraordinarliy helpful in meeting the NEC 2002 Code for Removal of Abandoned Cables. The definition of abandoned cable, as found in paragraphs 800.2 and 770.2 of the NEC 2002 Book, states "... Installed communications cable that is not terminated at both ends at a connector or other equipment and not identified "For Future Use" with a tag." Additionally, paragraph 800.52(1) states that "abandoned cables in vertical runs shall not be permitted to remain." Article 770 states the same requirements for optical fiber risers and horizontal cables. These requirements apply to cables in duct, as well as in plenum. All cabling end users should understand the implications of not complying with these new NEC Codes. They are based on safety of the employees and rescue personnel. As the code is enforced across the country, building owners and tenants may face huge costs to remove and dispose of abandoned cables--as well as liability for failure to comply.
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