Optical fiber cable laid in the ground may benefit significantly from the high flow capacity of these conduits (OFC). They are use to apply and protect the outdoor fiber cable underground and serve as conduits for the optical cables. To safeguard the fragile and suscept cable within, these pipe and duct fiber optic cables are made of high-density polyethylene, which has excellent resistan to stresse beneath the earth's surface and is so strong that it can withstand impact and crush.
Red, blue, green, orange, brown, and gray are popular colors in producing PLB ducts. However, these pipe are made in a variety of colors and sizes. Additionall these pipe may be made in various diameter base on their intende use and demand. Moreover, these pipe may be custom-made to meet the client's needs, which is a nice perk for customers.
Inside, there is a very low coefficient of friction, making it simple to enter wires and cable via the PLB type (permanently lubricated), and aerial fiber cable has a smooth finish. As the frictionless nature aids the install in cover a more extensive area in less time, this attribute is crucial. Because of the sensitive, fragile, and delicate nature of the wires and cables that a Fiber Duct Pipe is designe to transport, the pipe must be solid and resistant to the elements. A fiber duct pipe's high-temperature resistance is critical since it is one of several external factors that may alter what's within the pipe.