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Get FOCCUSED On Cleaning Fibre

Sunday 11th June 2017

Excel Networking Solutions - the copper and optical cabling infrastructure provider – prides itself on the continuous development of their product range in line with customer requirements. Recently, Excel re-launched their fibre product lines beneath the ENBEAM banner, creating a new identity to their products within the Excel fibre family. The Excel fibre range has been developed over the last 20 years and has continually evolved to embrace new developments in fibre optic technology.

This month, to complement the ENBEAM range, a portfolio of fibre cleaning products from Chemtronics has been launched.  Having formed a distribution agreement with The Netherlands-based Chemtronics, the cleaning products will be distributed alongside the Excel product portfolio.

Chemtronics is the acknowledged industry leader in cleaning solutions for the electronics, telecommunications and critical environments markets. Their full line of products is engineered to ensure that customers’ cleaning, protecting and repairing needs are met.

One of the most overlooked aspects of fibre optic maintenance and troubleshooting is keeping the fibre optic connector end-faces clean. Even the smallest particles of contamination can render the fibre cables ineffective, and this is where the Chemtronics products will come in. Take a look at liquid and dust contamination on a fibre connector below, compared to a clean connector:

High quality fibre optic installation starts with the connectors. Clean connections provide faster transmission rates, higher bandwidth and maintenance-free operation, making the whole installation more efficient. Chemtronics’ FOCCUS™ brand offers the tools needed to quickly clean all types of connectors and ports.  These new product lines will sit alongside Excel products within the ENBEAM Fibre range, and will be recommended to all fibre customers to ensure maximum quality during installation.

The Chemtronics products will be featured on the Excel website and will be included in the ENBEAM Fibre brochure later this year.