Fusion Splicing Services and Cabling Solutions in Kenya
Tdk Solutions Limited is capable of supporting your fusion splicing requirements whether they require Singlemode, Multimode, or Ribbon Splicing.
Our Fusion Splicing Services include, but are not limited to;
- Complete fiber optic splicing (Single fiber and/or Ribbon Splicing)
- Telecom & CATV Splicing
- Emergency restoration and in-service “hot cuts”
- Data Center Installation
- Premise (Office) Multimode
- Aerial Fiber Splicing and Lashing
- Underground Fiber Splicing
Contractor/Customer Fusion Splicing & Installation Services:
TDK Fiber Optics Solutions offers nationwide fusion splicing services. We use modern technology fusion splicing machines, EXFO OTDR, and Meters to provide you with complete splicing services and documented results.
In our unique business model, we provide a wide variety of both technical services and custom manufactured products to meet your needs. Our technical services include fiber optic network design, field installation services indoor & outdoor, and sub-contracting support.
Our staff has years of combined experience in technical design, installation, manufacturing, and consulting on state-of-the-art optical systems so it’s easy to see that our passion is fiber optics and why TDK Solutions Limited should be your solutions partner for the next generation.
Customers can benefit from our vast experience by calling upon our consulting services during the initial planning stages.
Our full-service menu includes
acceptance testing documentation &
certification of fiber optic cabling.
Tdk I will certify your installation. We will provide you with OTDR and Meter reading for your existing fiber plant.
Know more about Fiber optic Installation services
Fiber optic splicing is the process of joining two or more fibers together. Whether you’re deploying a new fiber-optic network or expanding an existing network, you must ensure your fibers are properly spliced to avoid network disruptions.
It is a preferred solution when the available fiber optic cable is not sufficiently long enough for the required distance, or if an existing cable has broken. Whether you are installing a new fiber-optic network or updating an existing one, cables must be properly spliced in order to avoid network outages, failures, or other disruptions.
There are two accepted methods of splicing fibers:
Mechanical splices are simply alignment devices, designed to
hold the two fiber ends in a precisely aligned position thus enabling light to pass from one fiber into the other. (Typical loss: 0.3 dB)
At fusion splicing a machine is used to precisely align the two fiber ends then the glass ends are “fused” or “welded” together using some type of heat or electric arc. This produces a continuous connection between the fibers enabling very low-loss light transmission. (Typical loss: 0.1 dB)