Most common opto-electronic systems
SPR-AS / SPR-VA: Galvanized and stainless steel conduits providing high flexibility, stretch resistance and lateral compression resistance. These conduits are IP40 and operate most effectively against the risks of abrasion and impact.
PSL-VA / PS-VA: Flexible metal conduits designed to help protect against hot and cold temperatures, liquids, abrasions, gases and more. Made from a helix of stainless steel, fiber glass braiding and silicone rubber sheathing, these specialized conduits provide superior flexibility. Commonly used for Endoscopes in the medical field.
FDW-VA: A special protective conduit helix for the sensor technology and beam wave guide technology (fiber optics). These products are stainless steel and operate in the temperature range of -200ºC up to 600ºC. Due to their durability and resistance to damage, these conduits can improve the longevity of your fiber optic systems.
SPR-PVC-AS / SPR-PVC: IP 68 rated conduits created from galvanized steel with PVC sheathing. Designed to keep cables and wires safe and protected, these fiber cable protection tubes are weatherproof and resistant to seawater, acids and oils. They provide high flexibility, stretch resistance, compression resistance and are non-flame propagating.
FIBER OPTIC CONDUIT SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY
Ensuring the longevity of installed fiber optic networks will require a cable protection solution engineered to last. Telecom companies should select conduits that stand up to threats such as impinging rocks, weather effects, acidic soils and unintended excavation.
All wiring and cables, with the exception of the locate wire, are often housed in a flexible and UV-resistant conduit. The diameter of these cables usually cannot exceed half the diameter of the conduit, and the conduit itself should have a minimum bend radius of 20 times its diameter. We carry conduits for fiber optic cables with varying diameters, robust materials and high tensile strength to comply with regulations at the local, state and national levels.