Cable Management Equipment

Cable Management Equipment

To buy fibre optic cable management equipment from a company which understands the industry and your needs, choose Fusion 2000 as your first call supplier.
We live in the information age, and technological development shows no sign of slowing down. New methods and practices arrive every year, and we never know when we will be called upon to earn a new skill or adopt a new way of working. Optical fibre has been on of the most significant innovations in the trade of recent decades, and while many of the ways the new systems work are analogous to the processes we were already familiar with (eg splicing to soldering), we have been obliged to take on board new requirements in terms of materials and sometimes to acquire new tools to perform the work.
So when you need these new tools which are very specific to an emerging technology, where can you go? You can’t just walk into a traditional electronics shop and ask for cable management equipment. You’re more likely to walk away with something for your television than professional grade fibre optics installation gear. No, the best idea is to find a reliable supplier who specialize in the industry. That’s where Fusion 2000 come in. We aim to supply the best optical fibre cable management equipment to trade professionals who rely on high quality, well thought out materials to do their job. It’s just like any other industry really: professional tradespeople rely on their tools and equipment almost as mush as they do on their knowledge and experience. The difference is, as everyone depends so much on connectivity and communications technology these days, the eyes of he world are on us.
So what king of fibre optic cable management equipment can you expect from Fusion 2000? Featured products at the moment include splice sleeves (standard or custom) and fibre optic tools including strippers. Splice sleeves are used to protect the join when two lengths of optical cable are spliced together. Slip the hollow tube over one of the lengths of cable, before exposing the fibre ready for splicing using the dedicated fibre stripping tools. After the two bare ends are fused, the sleeve is slid into place in a similar way to the application of insulation tape in the case of electrical wiring. The sleeve covers the gap in the insulation and protects and supports the fibre.
No here’s the clever bit: the splice sleeve is heat sealing, again like electrical tape. Apply heat to the sleeve and watch the glue release. The glue sets the two ends and the sleeve into a solid unit, protecting it from movement and from the air. Each sleeve incorporates a supporting rod which gives the joint structure and keeps everything in line. Done right, the work should look neat and last a long time.
To lean more about the fibre optic cable management equipment available from Fusion 2000, feel free to contact us to discuss our products and the industry in general.






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