What You Need to Know About the Two Methods of Fiber Optic Cable Splicing

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Think about a piece of rope for just a moment. If you are trying to reach someone with a piece of rope that isn’t long enough, they either need to come closer or you need a longer rope! It is the same with fiber optic cabling– you can either limit your distance or you can get a longer rope (or fiber optic cable in this instance) by splicing two pieces of cabling together. Here at Airo Splicing, LLC, you can tell from our name alone that we have the experience and expertise you want when it comes to fiber optic cable splicing, and we would love to use that experience to assist you.

you are going to need assistance with fiber optic cable splicing

Fiber optic cable splicing is done traditionally in two ways known as mechanical splicing or fusion splicing. We can perform both effectively, but we prefer fusion splicing because it is more beneficial for the client. Fusion splicing is going to cause you fewer issues down the road, won’t weaken the fiber optic strand or speeds, and is also consistently reliable. Mechanical splicing also has its place in more remote areas or where access to electricity is unreliable or not an option. No matter which option you choose for your own business, we will complete either with ease and expert care.

If you are thinking of renovating, re-working or looking to extend your fiber optic networking, you are going to need assistance with fiber optic cable splicing. To learn more about this practice or about any of our other services, please contact us today!