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Fusion splicer Safety

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1Fusion splicer Safety Empty Fusion splicer Safety on Fri Dec 10, 2010 4:57 am

fusion splicer Chemicals: Fiber-optic splicing and termination use various chemical cleaners and adhesives as part of the processes. Technicians should observe normal handling procedures for these substances. Even simple isopropyl alcohol, used as a cleaner, is flammable and should be handled carefully. Manufacturers will supply material safety data sheets (MSDS) on request or they may be found on the Internet.

Splicing hazards: Fusion splicers use an electric arc to make splices, so care must be taken to ensure no flammable gases are present in the space where fusion splicing is done.

Smoking: Smoking should also not be allowed around fiber-optic work. visual fault locator ashes from smoking contribute to the dirt problems with fibers, in addition to the possible presence of combustible substances—and, of course, the health risks.

Electrical hazards: Installation of fiber-optic cabling does not normally involve electrical hazards unless the cable includes conductors. However, these cables are often installed in proximity to electrical and conductive cables. Whenever you are near the cables, there is always a potential shock hazard. Be careful. If you are not familiar with electrical safety, we recommend you fusion splicer take a course on the National Electrical Code and safety practices for installers.

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