All Aspects of Tight Buffer Fibre Cable
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Applications for Tight Buffer Fibre Optic Cable
Tight buffer fibre optic cables are popular for its great features, they are generally used indoor for optical distribution, such as fibre patch cord, pigtail, interconnection between equipment or instrument. They are also used for multiple puerpose of distribution between floors in building.
Most Required Tight Buffer Fibre Cable
According to its applications, tight buffer fibre cable can be very useful for indoor optical connection and distribution, but not every tight buffer fibre cable is the same. So if you are planning to buy a tight buffer fibre optic cable, it is best to ask our experienced consultants.
Estimated Cost-Analysis for Tight Buffer Fibre Optic Cable
Tight buffer fibre cable cost-driving is its cable structures, raw materials, specifications and shipping. For a formal and accurate offer price, you can always contact one of our experts!
Estimated Production & Delivery Time
Depends on whether you want to do customization your fibre optic cable or not, and also depends on the speed of customs clearance and logistics, but we can guarantee to ship regular fibre optic cable in less than 2 business weeks.
Cable Specs & Custom
Confirm fibre optic cable specs and custom details with our experts. This can be all settled within an hour.
Confirm & Payment
After all details are set, make transfer of advance payment. Normally, it takes 1 day or 2 to arrive our bank account.
Production & Inspection
After payment, production will be arranged right away and we’ll keep you updated. Usually it 2-3 weeks before shipping.
Why Choose HOC?
Our quality fibre optic cables have passed the CE, ISO and other approval, and we have 19 years of experience in making fibre optic cables. Our products are eco-friendly, and they use the most advanced technology to produce.
Our factory has 52 production lines dedicated to the production of fibre optic cables.
The staff you interface with are experienced and certified in their English language skills.
You provide the design and we generally will give you a solution in a week’s time.
If you don’t need additional designs, just the finished product, we have the inventory to support fast delivery.
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FAQs About Fibre Cable Wholesale
HOC has been wholesaling fibre optic cable for 19 years and we have encountered all kinds of problems, here are the most important concerns of our customers before closing the deal.
Any benefits for fibre cable wholesale from China?
In a word, China has a much better industry chain. There may be wholesalers of fibre optic cable in US, UK and India, but HOC can guarantee that our prices and our service can be far exceeds your expectations.
How long does it usually take for me to receive the cable?
Depends on whether you want customize your fibre optic cable or not, and also the speed of customs clearance and logistics, but we can guarantee to ship regular standard fibre optic cable in less than 2 weeks, and we have customers in Singapore who received the goods in less than 2 weeks.
Can I come to China for Factory inspection?
Of course, but it is better to wait until the epidemic subsides. Now we support using ZOOM for online factory inspection.
What are the payment options?
You can use Western Union, which has a lower fee, or PayPal if you can accept a slightly higher fee, but please note that for new customers, we only accept the 30% T/T of the payment, or if you have been with us for years and run into cash flow pressure, we do offer OA credit.
What is the most important feature of HOC’s products
Since we have an independent design team(10+ members), we accept all forms of customization, you just give us ideas or even just a word, and we can manufacture your ideal fibre optic cable for your market.
Tight Buffer Fibre Optic Cable FAQs – The Ultimate Buying Guide
What is Tight Buffer Fibre Optic Cable?
The single-mode or multimode optical fibre with tightly covered secondary structure is called tight buffer fibre or tightly wrapped optical fibre, which is made of plastic (PVC / PVDF / LSZH / Hytrel) directly on the primary cover (UV optical fibre) of bare optical fibre.
The outer diameter of tight buffer fibre is usually 0.6mm and 0.9mm. They are the basic components of various indoor optical cables or tight buffer fibre optic cable. It can also be used alone, the secondary coated with various materials can be directly used as pigtail for the connection of various optical active or passive devices, instrumentation and terminal equipment, etc.
What’s The Tight Buffer Fibre Cable Looks Like?
For different application and laying, the tight buffer fibre optic cable may look different. But it all consists of tight buffer fibre, protection reinforcement and cable sheath.
The simplest structure is the simplex fibre optic cable, it only has a layer of aramid yarn and a PVC/LSZH sheath outside the tight buffer fibre core.
When a tight buffer fibre is designed for harsh environment, there is necessary to prepare the optical fibre with enough protection. Such as this armoured tactical fibre cable, it has a spiral steel hose, aramid yarn and cable sheath with special treatment.
How Can Tight Buffer Fibre Has Great Performance?
The performance of tight buffer fibre cable comes from its cable design, materials quality, production quality, and the laying techniques.
Tight buffer fibre optic cable has a soft, easy to peel performance, while the high-performance tight buffer can be a good protection of the primary-coated fibre. With small bending radius, excellent mechanical and environmental performance, the tight buffer fibre cable can meet various requirements of the market and users.
Despite the good performance of tight buffer fibre, a perfect fibre cable design should also consider different conditions in its actual site, such as durability, installation, applications in the network and other site conditions.
The raw materials and production all affect the final quality and performance of a fibre optic cable. So a trustworthy brand or manufacturer is very important.
They will solve you all the problem of materials comparison with reliable quality inspection and experienced and advanced production technology.
In order to have the tight buffer fibre optic cable in perfect condition and performance, a suitable and protective laying is the basic requirement for the indoor optical network construction.
The cable bending radius, protection measures for the cable outer sheath, correct fusion splicing and effective fibre cable management are important when comes to fibre optic cable used within buildings.
What are the Applications of Tight Buffer Fibre Optic Cable?
Tight buffer fibre optic cable is generally used in indoor as patch cord, pigtail, connection between equipment, and multiple purpose distribution between floors.
It can also be used in harsh environment or outdoors, such as tactical fibre cable in military communication network.
What are the Advantages of Tight Buffer Fibre Optic Cable?
Compared with the traditional laying of fibre optic cable, tight buffer fibre optic cable is generally installed indoors. So it has several advantages to meet the high standard or indoor requirements.
Easy Stripe for Using
Unlike most optical fibres all put toghter in a loose tube, tight buffer fibre is a separate unit for each optical fibre. So the installation and management of a tight buffre fibre cable is way much easier.
Flame Retardant Performance
The secondary clading provide great protection for optical fibres inside. And because most tight buffer fibre optic cables are used indoors, it requires LSZH or cable sheath with more strict fire rating.
Aramid yarn in the tight buffer fibre has special properties such as low density, very high tensile modulus, high breaking strength and low elongation at break.
Therefore, the aramid yarn reinforcing element gives all tight buffer fibre optic cable excellent tensile properties.
What are the Types of Fibre Optic Cable?
According different aspect of fibre optic cable, there are many types of fibre optic cables.
Due to different transmission mode of an optical fibre, there are single mode fibre optic cable and multimode fibre optic cable.
How the fibre optic cable is structured is also an important specification of a fibre cable. There are tight buffer fibre cable, loose tube fibre cable, uni-tube fibre cable (or central loose tube), MLT (multi loose tube) fibre cable.
Different application of a fibre optic cable has different requirements on the cable installation and laying. For instance, there are overhead/aerial fibre optic cable, duct fibre optic cable, direct burial fibre optic cable and underwater fibre optic cable.
Where a fibre optic cable is used affect its specifications too. At a larger scale, we can divide them into the outdoor fibre optic cable type and indoor fibre optic cable type.
For different application and specs to meet, the fibre optic cable armouring also varies. From light armoured aluminum tape fibre optic cable, corrugated steel tape armoured fibre optic cable, steel wire armoured fibre optic cable, and heavy armoured fibre optic cable with both steel tape and steel wires.
Besides all mentioned above, some industries and network system has specific type of fibre optic cable, such as mining fibre optic cable, FTTH fibre cable, power line fibre optic cable and so on.
What are the Materials for Tight Buffer Fibre Optic Cable?
This tight buffer fibre cable for breakout distribution has 6 tight buffer fibre in each 6 subunit with aramid yarn inside, and a central strength member made of FRP. Outside, all subunits are protected by a layer of water-blocking material and a cable jacket.
For construction with more requirement of optical fibres and application, there are also tight buffer fibre with various protective structure such as steel armoured protection and outer sheath with extra protection.
Does HOC Offers Tight Buffer Fibre Optic Cable Solution?
Yes, HOC provides you tight buffer fibre cable solutions with the most experienced designing and manufacturing with extreme quality, reliability, and robustness.
Moreover, thanks to our vast experience in fibre optic cable production, we know how to optimize to save your costs. Whether it’s your first purchase or multiple purchases, you can always get super solutions.
Is HOC’s Tight Buffer Fibre Optic Cable Expensive?
Not at all. HOC fibre optic cable is affordable and of high performances.
With extensive manufacturing experiences on full range of fibre optic cables, we know every aspect of the required specifications and how to optimize the fibre cable designing and materials costs.
We help wholesalers and brand owners fullfill their fibre potic cable wholesales by top-end turnkey and competitive manufacturing.
How Long Does It Take for HOC’s Fibre Optic Cable to be Delivered?
It is mainly depends on your project.
For regular designs of standard fibre optic cable, it generally takes 2-3 weeks to produce and to be delivered. But if the quantity is large and special fibre cable designs are required, it will take a little bit longer.
You can consult with our technician for a better schedule or plan.
How Did HOC Ship the Tight Buffer Fibre Optic Cable to Me?
For different tight buffer fibre cables, we will ship the fibre cable in reel and boxes or drums to your port.
For better coordination of all your purchased goods, we offer mix-loading services and you can also collect it at our warehouse here in China with your local logistics agent.
How to Order?
You can order all kinds of tight buffer fibre optic cable by sending your detailed requirements to our sale experts, such as specifications, length, customizations and so on.
Our specialists will get back to you with 12 hours with formal offer to move forward on productions and delivery terms. Any questions, feel free to discuss with us at any time.
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