In current years, while the advanced information society has been expanding rapidly, the infrastructure for telecommunication has been building expeditiously with various methods such as direct burial and blowing.
Air-blown Optical Fiber Cable is small size, light weight, enhanced surface outer sheath fiber unit designed for blowing into micro tube bundles by air flow. The loose tubes are made of high modulus plastics (PBT) and filled with a water resistant filling gel. Loose tubes are stranded around non-metallic central strength member (FRP). Polyethylene (PE) is extruded as outer sheath. It is easy-to-install optical fiber network communications infrastructure offering the highest fiber density solution available today.
Today, Let’s have a study on Air-blown Microduct Cable.
Loose tube: PP or other materials available
Water blocking materials for loose tube: water blocking yarn available
Water blocking materials for cable core: water blocking tape available
Outer sheath: Nylon available
Small volume, light weight, high fiber density, save duct resources
Low friction, high air blowing efficiency
All dielectric, anti-lightning, anti-electromagnetic interference
Easy maintenance, easy upgrading
All section water blocking
Excellent transmission, mechanical and environmental performance
Lifespan over 30 years
Backbone network and metro network
Min. bend radius: installation 20D, operation 10D
Temperature range: storage -40～+70℃, installation -30～+70℃, operation -20～+70℃