The Fusion Splicing Process – Your Guarantee for Future-Proof Fibre Optics Repair Services
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In order to make sure that repairs on your fibre optic network run smoothly, we use cutting-edge processes like fusion splicing. In a nutshell, this process refers to joining two fibre cores by melting their ends together using an electric machine.
For your network to work seamlessly after fusion splicing, the process needs to be extremely accurate. This is why our engineers first use state of the art equipment to align the cores and then apply the precise amount of heat required to melt their ends.
Our skilled engineers use fusion splicing to:
- Rejoin two fibres after a breakage
- Connect two or more cores directly through a patch cabinet
- Keep your costs under control – fusion splicing entails less losses than joining cables through a coupler
- Extend a cable run
- Attach a fibre of short length with a polished and factory fitted connector
ACCL cares about your safety and about following H&S regulation. All our engineers and workers are know how to handle fibre cores. Plus, they always work in clean and tidy areas and dispose of the fibre offcuts safely.