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Fiber Cleaning:

For the epoxy to properly bond to the fiber, the fiber must be clean and free of oils or other contamination.   This is usually done by wiping the bare fiber with soft, lint-free wipe and high quality alcohol.   Proper cleaning materials and technique must be identified and strictly adhered to in the production line, because the effectiveness of the cleaning cannot be confidently verified in subsequent process steps / tests.

READ THE BLOG:  The processes involved in Termination play a CRITICAL role in determining the long-term reliability of the product

 

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About Kathleen Skelton

Kathleen Skelton, Director of Strategic Marketing's experience includes management positions at Lightwave, KMI Research, PennWell Publishing, Beacon Communications, and Security Innovations, Inc. As a strategic marketing director, she utilizes her expertise in business development, online strategy, marketing planning, digital best practices, standard operating procedures development, and database design, management and training. Kathleen has global business and marketing experience. Outside of FOC, Kathleen is passionate about her volunteer work for several organizations and works with youth groups teaching business strategy for various community projects. In her volunteer work, Kathleen is committed to developing tomorrow's leaders through exciting, strategy-focused business education. This mission guides all of her work outside of the corporate office. Kathleen graduated from Curry College with a BA in Communications and Education and minors in English and Psychology. Kathleen resides outside of Boston, MA with her husband and four children. Follow @KATHLEENSKELTON