Anaerobic multimode connectors

The ST-compatible and SC Quick Cure Glass-Insert Multimode Connectors (gic) incorporate all the polishing advantages of the glass-in-ceramic ferrule with the quick-cure installation of anaerobic adhesives. The parts have been preassembled to save time and improve productivity. The Quick Cure gic can be assembled on 900-micron buffered fiber or on 3-millimeter fiber cable. The anaerobic adhesive uses a two-part epoxy process. The adhesive is first injected into the metal ferrule holder. The fiber

The ST-compatible and SC Quick Cure Glass-Insert Multimode Connectors (gic) incorporate all the polishing advantages of the glass-in-ceramic ferrule with the quick-cure installation of anaerobic adhesives. The parts have been preassembled to save time and improve productivity. The Quick Cure gic can be assembled on 900-micron buffered fiber or on 3-millimeter fiber cable. The anaerobic adhesive uses a two-part epoxy process. The adhesive is first injected into the metal ferrule holder. The fiber is then dipped into the primer and inserted into the connector. Curing takes 1 minute without the use of lamps or ovens. With the glass-in-ceramic ferrule, the anaerobic adhesive adheres uniformly to the inside of the glass insert, ensuring proper curing through the entire length of the ferrule, including the tip. The connectors can be completely assembled and polished in less than 3 minutes. The crimp-on strain-relief requires only one additional tool.

SIECOR CORP.

HICKORY, NC

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