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Duct Cables

Duct Cables

Ducts (or conduits) offer a highly protective environment for fiber-optic cables. They are typically buried, and then the cables are air-blown, jetted, pulled or pushed into the duct.

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ALTOS® Loose Tube

The most commonly-deployed dielectric outdoor cable design, with fibre counts from 2 to 288 fibres and up to 432 fibres for gel-filled. Loose tube cables can be blown, jetted or pulled into a duct or conduit that will protect the cable during its installed lifetime. Dielectric loose tube cables are suitable for lashed aerial and duct installations.

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ALTOS® Ribbon Cables

72, 144 or 288 fibres per tube are stranded around a central member enabling isolated access to individual tubes and ribbon stacks for mass-fusion splicing. Fibre counts from 288 to 1728 fibers.

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SST-Ribbon™ Gel-Free Cables

Fiber counts from 12 to 864 fibres. 12 fibres are arranged in a ribbon, enabling fast mass-fusion splicing. These cables feature steel-tape armor so that they can be installed directly into the ground without the use of a protective conduit or duct.

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