Subsea optical cable joints typically depend on a polyethylene moulding encapsulation process to reinstate the polyethylene dielectric at the joint. A-2-Sea has considerable experience in polyethylene moulding systems and processes, and offers Polyethylene Moulding Systems tailored to specific customer or cable requirements.
A-2-Sea produces a variety of moulding suites with processing controls for a variety of cable types. This product has been continuously improved over the years and provides reliability and precision within the repair operation. The development has been focused on ring moulding technology.
Cable failure can occur through a variety of means such as turbulent weather, fishing boats, improper installation, earthquakes, dredging, etc. When damage does occur, and the repair is made, the damaged sample should be analysed to determine the fault cause. A-2-Sea provides this complimentary service to its clients. With a highly qualified team to provide this analysis, the client is given a full and clear report of cause of failure.
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