Clamps are fastening fittings for self-supporting insulated wire, providing fixation on the mainline and its branches, fixing the carrier-neutral on the supports, and sealed connection of wires and their branches. Clamps connect secure, branch, and stretch wires in a wide variety of these operations. Now it is difficult to imagine performing work on fasteners without using these subsidiary elements.
There are special wedge-type clamps for a self-supporting optical cable, which are used for mounting overhead fiber-optic lines and allow you to quickly attach the wire to the suspension, securely fixing it and at the same time not damaging the sheath of the wire itself.
All clamps of wedge-shaped fittings are made of high quality materials that are resistant to weather conditions, temperature changes and active solar exposure.
Recently, fiber-optic cable is increasingly used in laying transmission lines for video surveillance, television and the Internet. The laying of an optical cable in some places is sometimes quite problematic. And the usual method of routing cables may not be suitable. Therefore, for the laying of optical cables, clamps are now often used when attached to points of support.
We present to your attention a Drop wire clamp for FTTH network H15 fiber optic wedge clamp. This clamp is a new modified version of the product equipped with a powerful metal hook instead of a loop, which allows for an even more convenient fastening of the cable to the crosshead or hook.
On our site you can purchase a Drop wire clamp for FTTH network H15 fiber optic wedge clamp.
Anchoring clamp made of stainless steel and plastic insert used to create overhead lines from flat fiber optic cable type eight with a supporting cable 2–4 mm. Due to the design of the clamp, the cable is clamped evenly and along the entire length, and the protrusions located on the inserts resist sliding of the cable at high longitudinal loads. The anchoring clamps have a robust stainless steel housing for wire insertion loops, wedge-shaped and flat clamping on which there are many projections.
To connect the network, you need a branch piercing clamp, it is externally insulated, but at the heart of a metal structure with pointed teeth. During installation, they pierce the insulation and reliably cut into the aluminum core, without violating the strength of the core. Due to the external insulating protection, the connection point remains completely closed, which prevents corrosion.