GRP Armoured Rodent Proof Fibre Optic Cable
The rapidconnect GRP Armoured cable from Anderson is the solution for many applications. The all dielectric design negates any issues concerning lightning strikes and and has high soil resistivity, rendering expensive and time-consuming earthing requirements redundant. The Dry Water Blocking prominent in our Loose Tube cables is also present here. Non-Wrinkling nylon also allows for a smaller, lighter and more flexible cable.
|Rodent Protection||Termite Protection||Dry Water Blocking|
|The rapidconnect GRP Armoured Series cable uses Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) rods to fully armour the cable. As a result, it offers the robust protection needed to deter rodents||A Blue outer Nylon Jacketing provides protection against termites. Additionally, it reduces friction during hauling between cable and ducts 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 GRP Armoured Cable is a robust and resilient cable for your needs! Anderson has a wide range of OM3, OM4 and OS2 Loose Tube Fibre Optic Cables in stock. However, should you have a large requirement then our manufacturing lead times are unmatched and we can deliver directly to your nominated site should you need.
Moreover, all rapidconnect Loose Tube Fibre Optic Cables are available to be used as part of the rapidconnect 25 Year Enterprise Cabling Infrastructure System Warranty.
The bonded sheath allows for a small, light-weight and flexible cable. Blue Nylon jacketing prevents any wrinkling in the cable when bent.
The rapidconnect GRP Armoured Loose Tube Fibre Optic Cables are manufactured in Australia for Australian conditions. Whether this be Nylon Jacketed, a PE Sacrificial Sheath or whether it is offering a 100% Rodent Proof Loose Tube Fibre Optic Cable.
Additionally, be sure to check out the rest of the rapidconnect Loose Tube Cables if that interests you!
Likewise, check out the official Anderson Corporation YouTube Channel for more Fibre Optic Information!