Fiber Optic Splicing

Minnesota Fiber Optic Splicing

Fiber optic splicing involves the joining of two fiber optic lines. Having a thorough knowledge of fiber optic splicing methods in networking and telecommunications projects is what ensures the job is done so that the end result is exactly what will meet your needs.

Of the common methods used in fiber optic splicing, connectorization or termination is the most common method. Fiber splicing usually results in lower light loss and back reflection, which makes it a preferred method in many cases when the cables may be too long for a fiber of a single length. It may also be the ideal method when joining two different cable types together, such as joining a 12-fiber cable to a 48-fiber cable.

Restoring Buried Cables

Fiber optic splicing is also used in the restoration of underground cables that may have been accidentally damaged or even severed. Fusion splicing and mechanical splicing are the two methods that may be used to make the repairs or join two cables for the first time. The method that is used depends on what the long-term goals in the field are and the economic and performance objectives.

Nonetheless, at Subsurface Construction, we have the tools to splice fiber optic cables and do it right so that you get the most out of the finished product. We are always educated on the latest and most effective methods so that we can ensure the job is done correctly. We properly maintain our cleavers and, in fusion splicing, we methodically and minimally adjust parameters to get the job done.

Only The Best Tools And Materials

We use only the best tools and materials in our splices. Our Minnesota fiber optic splicing company uses the best connectors to ensure solid connections. Once the splice is done, it is permanent, which is why a great deal of care is needed when splicing cables. There is not room for error, which is why it is a must that only experienced splicers are used in every job. As the project progresses, you will be informed every step of the way.

Contact A Minnesota Fiber Optic Splicing Contractor

There are different types of fiber optic splicing methods that can be used to join two fiber optic cables. At Subsurface Construction, we use the method that will get the job done right and quickly. It is through our extensive experience and knowledge that we are able to give our clients the best possible service and the best end result. To learn more, call us at 763-213-1450 for a free case evaluation.