We rely on the most effective method for fiber optics splicing.
When an existing fiber optic cable is not long enough for a required distance, fiber optics splicing is often the preferred method for joining two fiber optic cables together. This process can also restore fiber optic cables when they are accidentally broken or damaged. For most fiber optics splicing projects, one of two approaches can be taken: mechanical splicing or fusion splicing. While we can do both, we specialize in the higher-quality approach of fusion splicing.
At Airo Splicing, LLC, we take care of large-scale fiber optics splicing projects throughout Knightdale, North Carolina and the rest of our expansive service area. If your communications company desires to extend your fiber optics cabling network to reach more customers or boost its connectivity speeds, we can work within your existing infrastructure, identifying key areas where fiber optics slicing can extend the distance of your cabling.
Why do we prefer fusion splicing over other methods of fiber optics splicing? For starters, this is the most widely used form of splicing for fiber optic cables because it creates the least amount of loss and reflectance. It is also the strongest and most reliable way to join two separate cable fibers.
Our goal is to contribute to the success of your company’s extension project by providing reliable, effective fiber optics splicing services. If you have questions or would like to find out more about our methods, contact us at Airo Splicing, LLC today.