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  • chen
    how calculate blowing distance

    For a micro duct cable having a weight of 22 kg per kilometers, the blowing distance was 2000 meters on a figure of 8 duct trial route. This gives an indication of practically achievable lengths of...

    • answered 2 months ago
  • James
    how calculate blowing distance

    From my experience, with the conditions as you said, that is HDPE Cable, HDPE duct, and 15 bar blowing pressure, a cable weighing 30kg/km was blown 1.9 km. With the same conditions, a cable weighi...

    • answered 2 months ago
  • Tom
    how calculate blowing distance

    practically yes. I mean ideally condition, For example: route shape 8, HDPE duct, HDPE cable, blowing machine with 15 bar.

    • answered 2 months ago
  • James
    how calculate blowing distance

    As far as I know, the blowing distance depends on cable type, blowing machine, the number of bends in the duct route, duct type, blowing parameters, etc. A theoretical calculation cannot be an indi...

    • answered 2 months ago
  • Tom
    how calculate blowing distance

    hello, do you know mathematical method for calculation blowing distance optical fiber cable to duct? Method for determining the difficulty of the route. For example shape circle and 8.

    • asked 3 months ago
  • Prakash
    What is a Planar Lightwave Circuit?

    Planar lightwave circuit or in short PLC is a technology for manufacturing optical waveguides with the same process used for LSIs. Silica-based PLCs were originally developed by the Japanese teleco...

    • answered 8 months ago
  • Fiber
    What is a Planar Lightwave Circuit?

    What is a Planar Lightwave Circuit and where is it used?

    • asked 8 months ago
  • Thomas Mathew
    How many colors are used for identification of optical fibers?

    Basically thirteen (13) colors are used for coloring of optical fibers. They are Dark Blue, Orange, Green, Brown, Slate, White, Red, Black, Yellow, Purple, Rose, Turquoise and Natural colors. Natur...

    • answered 10 months ago
  • Fiber
    What is the chemical formula of the additive that used in sheathing compounds?

    Hi, Bifenthrin is the chemical that can keep the termites away from your costly fiber optic cables.  Bifenthrin has 23 Carbon atoms, 22 Hydrogen atoms, 1 Chlorine atom, 3 Fluorine atoms, and 2 Oxy...

    • answered 2 years ago
  • Praveen Gupta
    What is the chemical formula of the additive that used in sheathing compounds?

    Yes, in India also we used Nylon-12 outer jacket for termite protection. Shortage of Nylon-12 forced the manufacturers of optical fiber cables to approach BSNL and request for spec change. Nylon-12...

    • answered 2 years ago