CST Armoured Rodent Proof Fibre Optic Cable
The rapidconnect CST Cable is an excellent option for those requiring more protection in external environments. Whether this be Nylon Jacketed or a PE Sacrificial Sheath, they are available to be used as part of the rapidconnect 25 Year Enterprise Cabling Infrastructure System Warranty for your added piece of mind.
|Rodent Protection||Termite Protection||Dry Water Blocking|
|The Corrugated Steel Tape (CST) provides rodent protection along with excellent crush and impact resistance. Furthermore, the C Series cable is ideal for direct burial in the ground and other external applications||A Blue outer Nylon Jacketing provides protection against termites. Subsequently, this reduces friction during hauling between cable and duct at the same time||Internal dry water blocking technology improves the working environment whilst simplifying the work site clean-up. Additionally Dry Water Blocking prevents water migration in the event of a breach in the sheath|
The rapidconnect Corrugated Steel Tape Fibre Optic Cable or CST Cable, provides a plethora of features to those requiring protection from the elements. With features such as Termite Protection, Dry Water Blocking Yarn, Non-Wrinkling Nylon and more, Anderson has got you covered!
All rapidconnect Loose Tube Fibre Optic Cables are available to be used as part of the rapidconnect 25 Year Enterprise Cabling Infrastructure System Warranty for your added piece of mind. Lastly, the rapidconnect Loose Tube Fibre Optic Cables are for Australia conditions.
Whether this be Nylon Jacket, a PE Sacrificial Sheath or a 100% Rodent Proof Loose Tube Fibre Optic Cable. The rapidconnect Loose Tube Fibre Optic Cable are available with the addition of an optional Black PE (Polyethylene) Sacrificial Sheath. The Sheath is where the jacket’s integrity is important and kept secure. As a result, retaining its termite proof capabilities.
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