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Tracom Fiber Optic Splice Closures: Innovative Solutions for Installers

Tracom's product line includes fiber optic splice closures and splitters that revolutionize fiber optic installations. Tracom closures are equipped with hermetic, heat-shrinkable, or mechanical entry/exit ports, ensuring high protection for optical fibers against weather conditions and external factors.

Advantages of Tracom Fiber Optic Splice Closures

Tracom closures are designed to facilitate the work of installers. Their main advantages include not only hermetic sealing and resistance to external conditions but also an ergonomic design that enables efficient organization of optical fibers. The metal components of the closure are made from corrosion-resistant materials, and the utilized polymer is resistant to extreme temperatures and chemical substances, making them suitable for various types of installations.

Splicing Fiber Cables in Tracom Closures

Tracom closures allow convenient and safe splicing of fiber optic cables. Thanks to precise equipment and ergonomic design, the splicing process in the closure becomes more efficient, and the precision of fiber connections is maintained at the highest level.

Installation on Poles and in Ducts

Tracom products are versatile and suitable for aerial, duct, and direct burial installations. Their resistance to UV radiation, low and high temperatures, and chemicals makes them ideal for diverse environmental conditions. Installing on poles or in ducts becomes more efficient and durable with Tracom closures. Tracom fiber optic closures are a choice that not only simplifies the installation process but also ensures long-lasting and reliable fiber optic connections, addressing the needs of modern installers.

Diversity in Fiber Optic Closure Capacities

Tracom fiber optic closures offer various capacities for splices, allowing them to be tailored to specific installation needs. Available variants include closures with different capacities, such as 24, 48, and 96 splices, enabling flexible planning for installations in both smaller and larger fiber optic networks. The diverse capacities of closures allow installers to choose the optimal configuration for specific projects, providing flexibility and efficiency in the realm of fiber optic connections. Making the right choice of closure, considering the number of fiber splices, enhances installation efficiency and minimizes potential time losses.