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Why choose fiber optic cleaning products?
All the clean freaks out there, we know what goes through your head when something does not seem clean even when you wipe it spotless. Little fragments of dust seem to be present throughout. In fact dust, dirt, oil and other particles can block signals of your fiber optic network by accumulating on the optic connectors. That is why fiber optic cleaning is the future; it is efficient in its own way and does a lot of work for its money to reduce downtime of any network.
There are different types of cleaner available in the market but let us discuss one here that is commonly used and it is fiber optic cleaning fluid.
There is no alcohol present. While some people argue that alcohol helps germs and dust particles to come off completely. The alcohol doesn’t mix well with the fiber optics and instead causes it to block the signals on its connectors. While alcohol removes germs, it can also attract new forms of dust on products.
It is environmentally safer. Due to its double filtration and alcohol free formulas, it poses no threat to the environment. These fiber cables are non toxic and non flammable so they carry no risks of potential danger anyways.
You can take it on travel anywhere and everywhere, its non hazardous nature is approved by travel authorities and it is very convenient as it is properly sealed and it is not pressurized. It is extremely economical as well. Any average person can buy this and make it worth their money with unlimited shelf life.
In this day and age, fiber optics have become a fundamental part of our lives and maintaining it that way is very important task that we need to fulfill. Repeated connection and disconnection leaves debris in the bulkheads of the different compartments, which if not attended to, can cause a major problem.
There are different types of cleaning involved in fiber optic cleaning.
• There is dry cleaning, meaning without the use of any sort of solvent
• There is wet cleaning that involves a solvent
• Non-abrasive cleaning, which involves the material not touching the fiber optic connectors and are merely air dusted.
• Then there is abrasive which is basically the opposite of non abrasive and involves wiping on the surfaces of the fiber optic.
Overall, this is the best product you can get for your money as it includes the necessary qualities to properly clean and get the job done.
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