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Fiber Stripping:

Any nicks to the fiber during stripping create an EXTREMELY weak point in the fiber.  The transition point where the protective coating ends and the stripped fiber begins is especially prone to damage, and is always the weakest part of the entire fiber length of a product.  This where most fiber breaks occur, either in production line or in the field.

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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