Presenting Fusionloc range of splice protection sleeves manufactured by Pranav Enterprises they key features of which include superior grade of stainless steel, Quick Shrinking Technology* ,beveled edges of strength member and correct grade of hot melt adhesive to assure complete sealing.
Varieties of splice protection sleeves are available, under the range to be compatible most designs of splice trays, covering a broad range of diameters and lengths and choice of strength member materials. Sleeves are available for both individual fiber as well as 4 to 12 fiber ribbon configurations.
Designed to restore complete environmental and mechanical integrity of coating or buffer of optical fiber after splicing.
Sleeves are manufactured using state of the art machines and controlled manufacturing environment in an ISO 9001 certified manufacturing facility.
Outer tube conforms to MIL-I 23053/5 class 2 standards.
Hot melt adhesive tube made from polyolefin Ethyl Vinyl Acetate copolymer bonds both to the fiber and heat shrinkable outer tube to effectively encapsulate fusion splice.
Strength member is made from “Full hard” stainless steel of SAE 316 grade and is ground at the edges before polishing to make it completely burr free to avoid rupturing during shrinking. 316 grade gives better corrosion resistance than 304 or equivalent grade, even in coastal environment.
Resistant to heat shocks, no cracking dripping or flowing.
Long term proven performance, exceeds industry standards with satisfied customers. Approved by CACT, Bangalore., India
Sleeves are preshrunk which ensures integrity of assembly during transportation and reduces shrinking time during field installations thus increasing battery life of oven.
Quick shrinking is a feature of few of our models. These sleeves are designed for shrinking faster than commonly available sleeves. The reduced shrinkage time results in many more splices in same battery capacity of splicing machine saving valuable time and money. This feature is of critical importance in field where the technician may have to come back to re-charge batteries.