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    Fiber Management

    The PPC fiber management platform protects, breaks out and manages primary coated fibers from fiber bundles, ribbons, blown fibers or any fiber cable.

    Our engineers have designed the product line to be easy and simple to make connections, manage excess fiber, and provide security for your installations.

    All our fiber management products are tough, rugged, compact and lightweight. The unique designs manage the strictest bend radii and avoid the need for crimping, making fiber management quick and they are versatile for faster installations.

    No bending, no crushing, no kinking.

    Fiber Tools & Accessories

    PPC Broadband has several tools available for prepping fiber cable and aiding in fiber installation.

    Preparation Tools

    PPC’s Rotary Cutters are spring-loaded radial cutting tools for cutting a wide range of fiber cable, microduct and tube products. The Rotary Cutters leave cable and microduct with a clean and uniform cut, so they are ideal solutions when using tube/duct couplers such as the AirTight Connector range.
    The Aerial Fiber Cable Stripping Tools are dedicated rotary blade hand tools designed to bisect the PPC Aerial Fiber Cable, allowing access to the internal fiber cable, loose tube or bundle. The Stripping Tools use profiled roller blade technology to penetrate through the outer jacket with ease and simplicity.

    Installation Tools
    PPC’s Aerial Fiber Cable Tangent Supports can be used as an alternative to dead-ends and wedge clamps on intermediate poles when installing aerial fiber cable. The Tangent Supports utilize a soft rubber insert to mechanically grip the cable and offer excellent retention in a wide range of environments.
    The Aerial Fiber Cable Dead-Ends provide the necessary tensile retention when fixing PPC Aerial Fiber to poles and buildings. The  Dead-Ends offer support to the cable over an extended section of cable, allowing the cable to be subjected to much higher loads before damage is caused to the cable jacket or slip occurs.

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