Fiber Optic Splice Closure Manufacturer Talks About Its Durability


Vertical (dome) Fiber Optic Splice Closure are made of engineering plastics with different port types for different fiber optic cables. Vertical fiber splice boxes are used in CATV, telecommunications and fiber optic networks. Our vertical (dome) fiber optic splice closures offer high mechanical properties, high aging resistance and excellent sealing properties for weather conditions. They are suitable for protecting fiber optic connectors in both straight-through and branch applications. The associated fiber tray and connector protection sleeves are equipped with vertical connector boxes. These products are used in antenna, pipe and direct buried fiber optic cable projects.

We are manufacturer of the 24 core fiber optic splice trays, they are used in fiber optic management applications, these fiber trays are made of high quality industrial materials and with fine durability.

Splice trays normally hold up to 24 splices, and several trays are used together to splice a large fiber cable. Each tray provides space for mounting fiber splice protectors and excess fiber. The buffer tubes secure to the tray where the individual fibers are exposed.

If some fibers need to be routed to a different tray, proper buffer tube splitters should be used. Unprotected fibers should not be exposed outside the splice tray. To add splice trays, align the tray pins with the holes in the base bracket. Squeeze the tray pins and slip the tray into the base bracket; to remove splice trays, reverse this procedure. Use a screwdriver to pry the hinge away from the bracket if necessary or as required.

Single Core Round Tight Buffered Indoor Fiber Optic Cable Features

Good mechanical and environmental characteristics.

Flame retardant characteristics meet the requirements of relevant standards.

The mechanical and physical characteristics of the outer jacket meet the requirement of relevant standards.

Soft, flexible and easy to do stripping, splicing and cabling.