Title: Seal on the Inline Closure end face
Blog Entry: Seal on the Inline Closure end face Based on the analysis of Inline Closure in use, we found that the main reasons for water in the fiber optic connector box are as follows: 1. When using a fiber optic splice box, consists of two symmetrical and similar components. The fiber optic splice box has two ways of entering the water, one is the cable entry hole of the fiber splice case, and the other is the upper and lower contact end faces. The former is sealed by wrapping a sealant on the cable jacket. The seal on the end face is sealed by a rubber strip. The cable entrance hole is divided into two semicircles belonging to the upper and lower boxes by the end faces. This causes the cable to enter. The seal at this location interacts with the seal of the end faces of the box and is mutually constrained. When a construction worker needs to tape the cable entry L at both ends of the fiber splice closure, the number of seals must be strictly used. When the amount is too small, the through holes create a gap and cause water to enter. When too much glue is entangled, both ends of the splice case become high, and moisture enters from the connecting end faces of the upper and lower portions of the splice case through the rubber strip. In addition, when there is more sealant on one side and less sealant on the other side, the heights at both ends of the joint box may be inconsistent, and gaps may be formed on the contact surfaces of the upper and lower cases, thereby creating a gap. . At the water inlet. 2. It is unreasonable to use a sealant at the cable entry closure of the cable entry. The sealing of the cable gland and the connector box is achieved by a sealant wound around the cable. The extrusion causes the sealant to have a pressure perpendicular to the cable, but the adhesive is not in the axial direction of the cable. . This allows the sealant to extend along both sides of the cable after being pressed, so that the adhesive and the cable, the adhesive and the housing are not in full contact, and a good sealing effect cannot be achieved. 3. Since the pressure of the sealant is insufficient, both ends are exposed, so the viscosity and elasticity will decrease with time until hardening. The information about Inline Closure :