Plastic layered FIMT | NBG Customized Fiber Optic Solutions

FIBER IN METAL TUBES

Plastic Cladded

PLF

Fiber in Metal tubes made by NBG can be covered with a protective layer of different plastic materials. Such a plastic sheath is used to protect the FIMT against mechanical impact, to increase the crush resistance, to have a rodent protected cover for buried applications and much more. An advantage against an additional layer of stainless steel is the lower weight and higher elastically range. NBG can offer many different kinds of plastic material like Polyamide, Polyethylene, Fluor Polymers and much more, depending on the final application in order to provide maximum optical lifetime in the field.

  • 32-Up to 114 fibers up to 192 fibers
  • 21-Temeprature Sensing sensing ready
  • 17-Direct Installation ready for installation

Specifications

Product abbreviation PLF
Cable usage Data Transm. & Sensing
Outer diameter 2.2 mm up to 12.0 mm
Maximum fiber count 144 (250µm) and 192 (200µm)
Plastic materials Multiple options available
Steel materials Wide range possible
Filling compound H2 absorbing optionally
Approx. Cable weight 7 kg and up
Operational temperature range -40°C up to +85°C
Maximum continuous length Up to 20 km

All values, product specifications and other given data are subject to change without notice to improve reliability, function, design or otherwise. Information contained in this data sheet are up-to-date as at the date of issue. As NBG cannot control or anticipate the conditions under which this product may be used, each user should review the information in specific context of the planned use. To the maximum extent permitted by law, NBG will not be responsible for damages of any nature resulting from the use or reliance upon the information contained in this data sheet.

Product overview created by Patrick Weissinger – 21.03.2019

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