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Greentel Inline Closure (Brief Introduction)
06-14-2018, 04:18 PM
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Greentel Inline Closure (Brief Introduction)
Horizontal fiber optic splice closures
(
Inline Closure) are made of excellent engineering
plastics.


Description of greentel inline closure: Fiber optic closure is a passive
component which can provide a great protection for fiber splicing point.
Aerially assembling, pipeline assembling and buried underground are all
available.

Greentel Inline Closure is suitable for protecting optical fiber splices in
straight through and branching applications, and can be used in aerial, duct and
direct buried fiber optic cable projects.

GreenTel provides various shapes closure of Inline type. All the closures we
offered are with a great sealing performance. High quality plastic material also
ensures the durability whether the closure is in air, in pipeline or buried
underground.

Key Features of Greentel Inline
Closure

  • Suitable for ordinary fiber and ribbon fiber.
  • Fully kitted with all parts for convenient operation.
  • Overlap structure in splicing tray for easy installation.
  • Fiber-bending radium guaranteed more than 40mm.
  • Easy to install and re-entry with a common can wrench.
  • Excellent Anti-removable Screw Opening Type to protect fiber and splice
    ensuring durability.
  • Stand up to severe condition of moisture,vibration and extreme
    temperatures.
  • High Quality plastic body material ensure the durability
  • Suitable for Φ8mm~Φ20mm cables
  • Aerial, underground, pipeline,man-holes,hand-holes assembling
  • Adapt to the ambient temperature from -40℃ to +65℃
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