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Bunang Fibre Optics is a 100% black owned company, is the subsidiary of Bunang Holdings (PTY) LTD established in 2014.
Bunang Fibre Optics is a specialist distributor of Radio Frequency (RF). Fibre Optic Communications components, Sub System & Accessories. The company is committed to client satisfactory and exceptional service levels to communications industries in Africa.

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Bunang telecoms profile

  1. 1. 1. BACKGROUND 1. Arrival of Undersea Cabling in Africa 2009 2. South African Digital Switch over decision 2006 3. South African Key Developments 2. WHY FIBRE? 1. Fibre is future proof infrastructure 2. Inventory of Terrestrial Transmission Networks, Africa 3. Fibre Optic Advantage Fibre caters for a diverse and dynamic market 4. Digital Broadcasting has Transformed home entertainment with Ftth 3. CURRENT SITUATION 1. State Owned Infrastructure Paradox 4. ABOUT US 1. UNIQUE PURPOSE 2. Vision & Mission Statements 3. Empowered Collaborations 5. VALUE CHAIN INITIATIVES 6. CORE COMPETENCIES 7. OUR STRATEGIC IMPERATIVES 8. OUR FIBRE CABLE PRODUCTS 9. BUILD SERVICES 10. FIBRE TURNKEY SERVICES 11. OUR PROMISE Addressing key customer requirements 12. SOUTH AFRICAN FTTH SURVEY 2019 13. VODACOM’S BEST NETWORK COVERAGE PROMISE 14. VODACOM’S COVERAGE AND REACH QUALITY 15. MIDDLEBURG MHLUZI FTTH OPPORTUNITY 16. TURFLOOP FTTH OPPORTUNITY 17. SIYABIUSA REGION 1 FTTH OPPORTUNITY 18. TREATING FIBRE AS INFRASTRUCTURE 19. WORK DONE 20. OUR GLOBAL PARTNERS 21. THANK YOU 22. FIBRE CABLING PRODUCTS CONTENTS PAGE
  2. 2. BACKGROUND Arrival of Undersea Cabling in Africa 2009 ● The arrival of undersea capacity to African shores in 2009 triggered a wave of terrestrial fibre build out in Africa ● The growth of undersea fibre optic capacity has been a catalyst for change ● The impact of technological change often takes years to manifest ● Fibre has turned up the pressure on regulators to make more wireless spectrum available.
  3. 3. South Africa’s vibrant mobile market has seen rapid growth since competition was introduced in the 1990’s. • Sim card penetration by early 2015 was above 150%, driven by the popularity of multiple card use. • The network operators are increasingly encouraged to find innovative ways to distinguish themselves from competitors, and to streamline operators. • There has been continuing activity with mergers and acquisitions, while major infrastructure sharing deals have helped keep control costs while improving network foot prints. • Several additional MVNOs have entered the market recently, adding to the competitive mix. • To encourage competition, the government created Broadband IntraCo as a national infrastructure company to provide cheap backbone network capacity. • Vodacom and MTN have also mnoved into the national fibre sector, as have many municipalities. • Several prominent FttP deployments are underway. • Cheaper International connectivity and new national fibre infrastructure have stimulated the broadband market. • The sector is dominated by mobile network operators, while several WiMAX networks have been shut down as consumers migrate to 3G and LTE networks for connectivity. BACKGROUND South African Digital Switch over decision 2006
  4. 4. South Africa retains one of the continents most advanced Telecoms infrastructure. • It enjoys effective competition in all sectors, while operators in recent years have invested to develop cross platform capabilities and so offer a full range of bundled services. • Sweeping liberalisation measures have changed the country’s telecoms landscape fundamentally, and resulted in lower prices for consumers. • This has been encouraged by the end of Telkoms monopoly on international submarine fibre optic cables, which dramatically reduced the cost of telecom services. • South Africa's second national operator, Neotel has gained market share in competition with Telkom. In the process of being acquired by Vodacom, the company is set top provide an improved platform for mobile fixed-line services. BACKGROUND South African Key Developments • Telkom makes R2,7 Billion bid for BCX • Work begins on the Modderfontein Smart City development; • Constatia Fibre Initiative (CFI) to build an open access FttP network in Cape Town; • Vodacom to take over Neotel, contracts Aslcatel-Lucent to build GPON network; • MTN launches FrontRow SVoD service • Vox Telecom owners cancel plans to sell; • Vumatel extends open-access network offering 1Gb/s services • Nashua Mobile winds down, sells subscriber base to Vodacom and MTN; • Vodacom launches VoLTE services; Afrihost launches fixed wireless LTE.
  5. 5. An optical fiber is a flexible, transparent fiber made by drawing glass (silica) or plastic to a diameter slightly thicker than that of a human hair. Optical fibers are used most often as a means to transmit light between the two ends of the fiber and find wide usage in fiber-optic communications, where they permit transmission over longer distances and at higher bandwidths (data rates) than electrical cables. Fibers are used instead of metal wires because signals travel along them with less loss. Optical fiber is used as a medium for telecommunication and computer networking because it is flexible and can be bundled as cables. It is especially advantageous for long-distance communications, because light propagates through the fiber with much lower attenuation compared to electrical cables. This allows long distances to be spanned with few repeaters. WHY FIBRE? Fibre is future proof infrastructure • Fibre is green…since glass is made of sand (there is plenty of sand) – no more mining for copper. • Fibre does not get affected by electrical interference. • Fibre does not have a street value and is not likely to be stolen. • Quality of service • Creation of new industries • All technologies rely on fibre…high speed wireless, 4G (LTE) mobile backhaul, FTTB, FTTH; • In order to serve the needs of the future, fibre will play a critical role as an enabler of bigger bandwith speeds; • Attract international companies which will need high bandwith speeds to conduct their business globally.
  6. 6. This network expansion has brought new towns, cities and countries within the reach of fibre optic networks for the first time. Since 2010, 76 million more people are now within 10km’s, 150 million within 25km, and 205 million people are within a 50km reach of an operational fibre network mode.
  7. 7. Inventory of Terrestrial Transmission Networks, Africa Africa’s inventory of terrestrial fibre optic networks has more than doubled in the last five years. Since June 2009, an average of 154km’s of new fibre network enters service per day across Africa.
  8. 8. FIBRE CATERS FOR A DIVERSE AND DYNAMIC MARKET
  9. 9. Digital Broadcasting has Transformed home entertainment with Ftth
  10. 10. CURRENT SITUATION • Crude regulatory landscape; • Large amounts of fibre being deployed to serve mobile backhaul; • Projects are not delivered on time; • Processes and procedures for acquiring RoW are slow and cumbersome; • Red tape means delays, which means loss of revenues; • Low levels of private sector investment because of uncertainty in telecoms sector. UBIQUITOUS ACCESS • Rural/ubiquitous connectivity depends on • Communication, Communication, Communication • Reduced cost for way leaves, time scales, project certainty. • Mobile backhaul • Electricity • Green Field deployments • Efficient policy • Determine the role of government in providing telecommunications • Content…Uptake
  11. 11. STATE OWNED INFRASTRACTURE PARADOX The internet is made of and made by people. Government-run networks tend to be inefficient and less responsive to the market. The private sector is better at managing the asset but cannot be relied on to push prices down. More investment is needed.
  12. 12. “Building digital Africa does not rely on a single telecommunications medium…serving the people will always rely on hybrid solutions of mobile and fixed line technology.” FTTH Council
  13. 13. About Us LEVEL 1 BBBEE 100 % Black Ownership Bunang Fibre Optics is a 100% black owned company, is the subsidiary of Bunang Holdings (PTY) LTD established in 2014. Background Bunang Fibre Optics is a specialist distributor of Radio Frequency (RF). Fibre Optic Communications components, Sub System & Accessories. The company is committed to client satisfactory and exceptional service levels to communications industries in Africa. Core Business
  14. 14. Our Focus • To supply quality services, support and products in a multi-Disciplinary organisation. • To partner with leading global companies operating in our industries. • To directly contribute to the eco nomic transformation of Africa by building a reliable modern infrastructure. • To transfer technical skills. Our Mission • To provide World class Products, Infrastructure, Engineering services and Solutions in Southern Africa. • To supply quality products, support and services in a multidisciplinary organisation. • To partner with leading global companies operating in our industries. • To directly contribute to the economic transformation of Africa by participating in the building of a reliable modern infrastructure. • To transfer technical and engineering skills to local partners in African countries. Our Vision Our Values• Quality, Reliability & Flexibility. LEVEL 1 BBBEE 100 % Black Ownership
  15. 15. Our Products Fibre Optic Solutio ns F/O Cables Ducts F/O Connectors Patch Panels ble Splice Closures Remote Fibre Tests Gridlock Access Management Solution Storage Batteries RF Cables Outdoor Cabinets Cell Phone Tower Solutio ns LEVEL 1 BBBEE 100 % Black Ownership
  16. 16. Fibre Optic Products Bunang Fibre Optics is in position to offer the following Fibre Optic Solutions Fiber Optic Cables Ducts Fiber Optic Assemblies Fiber Optic Connectors Patch Panels Cable Splice Closures Gridlock Access Management Solution Remote Fiber Test LEVEL 1 BBBEE 100 % Black Ownership
  17. 17. Storage Batteries Cellular Tower PRO D U CTS Ourtechnologydivisionprovidesend toend stateoftheartsolutionscateringfor anycustomerrequirement. RF Cables Outdoor Cabinets LEVEL 1 BBBEE 100% Black Ownership
  18. 18. “We do not provide internet services” WE ARE AN (FNO)FIXED NETWORK OPERATOR that lays the infrustructure in place to home to then connect to fibre by an IsP of your choice. The future is connected and it is undoubtedly about time for south africa to enjoy streaming, downloading and a stable network with speed to rely on. We focus on township fibre projects in urban areas and multi-dwelling units. ABOUT US
  19. 19. CORE COMPETENCIES Enabled by Partnership & Exponential Technology ● Civil Works 100% ● Tower 95% ● Mast Installation 98.0% ● Rigging 91.0%
  20. 20. Build Services • PLANNING SITE SURVEYS • FIBRE OPTIC NETWORK PLANNING • WAY LEAVE MANAGEMENT • PROJECT MANAGEMENT • CIVIL ROUTE BUILD • SITE ACCESS BUILD • OPTIC FIBRE BUILD • QUALITY ASSURANCE • HEALTH & SAFETY • BACK OFFICE AND DOCS TESTING & CERTIFICATION
  21. 21. Fibre Turnkey Services • ftth network distribution • mdu fibre access builds • drop installations • fttb fibre distribution • path mapping & planning • wireless point to point solutions • point to multipoint solutions • network maintenance environmental • maintenance preventative maintenance • break-fix maintenance • fault investigation
  22. 22. OUR PROMISE Addressing key customer requirements • Solution focused organisation working to exceed customer expectations • Team of highly experienced professionals that can add real value to your fibre cable installations • Providing superior levels of our worldwide support team. • Delivering ongoing product advancements through innovation and research. • Delivering the broadest and most advanced range of fibre optic security solutions.
  23. 23. Vodacom’s Best Network Coverage Promise 25 Commitment to provide full coverage to Government’s Points of Interest (POI)
  24. 24. Vodacom’s Coverage and Reach Quality 26 • LTE Coverage • 64.2% Population Coverage GSM GPRS Coverage • 99.9% Population Coverage • GSM EDGE Coverage: • 99.5% Population Coverage • 3G/UMTS Coverage • 99.5% Population Coverage
  25. 25. Middleburg Mhluzi Ftth Opportunity
  26. 26. TURFLOOP Ftth Opportunity
  27. 27. Siyabiusa Region 1 Ftth Opportunity
  28. 28. OUR GLOBAL PARTNERS Zhejiang Fuchunjiang Optoelectronic Science Technology Co., Ltd. belongs to Zhejiang Fuchunjiang Group. It was established in 1998 and located in No.608 Golf Road, Fuyang District, Zhejiang Hangzhou China. It is a professional manufacturer, research & development and sale various types of Optical fiber preforms, Optical fibers, Outdoor optical fiber cable (Central tube type, layer twisted type), Indoor Optical fiber cable ( single core, dual core, multi-core), Bow-type drop cables, ADSS ,Optical and electrical hybrid cable and other special cables, optical components and wiring products such as: optical cross connection cabinets, outdoor telecom distribution cabinet, Optical distribution frame, Optical distribution cabinets, Indoor Digital distribution frame, Optical closure, optical distribution box, termination box, Splice tray, Bundle cables, patch cords, Pigtails, optical connectors, optical attenuators and various types of PLC Splitters, etc. The company has passed the ISO9001:2015, ISO140001:2015, OHSAS18001:2007 and SGS QIP-ASI193705 certifications and obtained 5 innovation patents and 22 utility patents. The company occupies an area more than 38,000 square meters with 540 employees at present. It has the most advanced production equipment in domestic and foreign market with the full production capacity of the communication industry chain. It can annually produce 20 million core kilometers of optical fiber cables and 2 million sets of optical components and wiring products. It also can customize products according to customer’s request and Provide design and construction services for various types of photoelectric communication systems. euroBYTE Technology is a IT distributing company. One of our specialties is our Server Cabinets. We are a distributor for CPS technologies - CPS Technologies is a highly reputable company that has over 50 years of combined experience. CPS has produced South Africa's best quality steel enclosures with a special focus on the IT industry; datacenters, server indoor and outdoor enclosures. Testament to this is the fact that CPS has managed to secure OEM distribution agreements with South Africa's leading IT companies. We have manufactured premium quality server enclosures and accessories for many reputable companies. We supply South Africa's largest and most prominent companies. The products include a selection of server cabinet enclosures, data-centre structures and customized enclosures for their unique requirements. PENGG KABEL GmbH is a traditional Austrian company with two production sites in Steiermark - Kapfenberg and St. Barbara. At these sites we are producing cables - copper telecommunication cables, railway signalling cables and fiber optic cables – as well as the whole range of passive fiber optic system components for the telecommunication and railway industry. In addition, we are offering assembly services in the field of copper as well as fiber optic technology, whereby we are always available to our customers as a complete supplier in the area of passive telecommunications infrastructure. As a modern, medium-sized company with many years of experience we are distinguished in particular by flexibility, reliability and continuous further development.
  29. 29. GYTA53 The GYTA53 cable is constructed by inserting a 250μm fiber into a loose tube made of a high-modulus material filled with a water-repellent compound. The center of the core is a metal reinforced core. For some cores, the metal reinforced core needs to be extruded with a layer of polyethylene (PE). The loose tube (and the filling rope) is twisted around the center reinforcing core into a compact and round core, and the gap in the core is filled with a water blocking filler. After the plastic coated aluminum strip (APL) is longitudinally wrapped, a polyethylene inner sheath is extruded, and the double- sided coated steel strip (PSP) is longitudinally wrapped and extruded into a polyethylene sheath to form a cable Product description ● Loose tube protects once coated fiber ● The loose tube is stranded around the reinforcement ● The reinforcement is in the center of the cable. Features ● Adopt "SZ" two-way layer twisting technology ● Water-blocking ointment filling step by step, full-section water- blocking ● Steel (aluminum) with reliable edge bonding, high strength, and no cracking. ● Fiber length control is stable ● After the cable is formed, the additional attenuation of the fiber is almost zero, and the dispersion value is unchanged. ● Excellent environmental performance, suitable for temperature range -10 ° C ~ +70 ° C ● Suitable for overhead, pipeline, direct burial, etc. Applicable laying method ● Directly buried ● Buried under the ground ● Install in the pipeline Performance characteristics ● Double-sided plastic coated aluminum tape-polyethylene bonded sheath for excellent moisture resistance. ● Double-layer double armored structure, excellent anti-pressure flatness performance ●Effective against rodent damage Scope of application ● Long-distance communication, inter-office communication ●Especially suitable for occasions with high requirements for41
  30. 30. GYTS GYTS optical cable is mainly divided into two types: GYTS multimode optical cable and GYTS single mode optical cable. It is a communication cable with transmission speed like light. GYTS cable has wide bandwidth, fast transmission speed, good confidentiality, resistance to electromagnetic field interference, good insulation, long life and good chemical stability. Structure brief The structure is to insert a 9/125 μm single-mode fiber or a 50/125 μm, 62.5/125 μm multimode fiber (silicon dioxide) into a loose tube made of a high water-blocking material, and the loose tube is filled with a water blocking compound. The center of the core is a metal reinforcing core. For multi-core cables, the reinforcing core needs to be coated with a PE jacket. The loose tube and the filling rope twist the compact and round core around the center reinforcing core. The gap in the core is filled with a water blocking filler. The double-sided corrugated steel strip (PSP) is longitudinally wrapped and extruded into a polyethylene sheath to form a cable. Characteristics • The loose tube material itself has good hydrolysis resistance and high strength. • The tube is filled with a characteristic grease to provide critical sealing protection for the fiber. • PE jacket has good ultraviolet radiation resistance. • Single wire center reinforcement core helps parallel and stretch the cable. • Stretch resistance, abrasion resistance, impact resistance, crush resistance, repeated bending, torsion, bending, winding (bending angle not exceeding 90 °), etc., with good mechanical properties and temperature characteristics. • Double-sided corrugated steel strip (PSP) improves the moisture resistance of the cable. • The transmission speed is fast, the privacy is good, the electromagnetic field interference is good, the insulation is good, the chemical stability is good, the service life is long, and the loss is low, which has good characteristics and economic benefits. • Suitable for long distance communication and interoffice communication. • Laying method: overhead, pipeline, direct burial。 • Applicable temperature range: -40 ° C - + 60 ° C • Application • Due to the good protection of GYTS, it is often used for outdoor communication large-core structure optical cable, direct buried pipeline laying, widely used in long-distance communication42
  31. 31. Uni-tube Anti-rodent Optical Cable(GYXTS) ● Single-mode/multimode Fibers are housed in a loose tube that is made of high-modulus plastic and filled with tube filling compound. The loose tube is armored with steel wires and corrugated steel tape. Then a PE outer sheath is extruded. Features ● Accurate process control ensuring good mechanical and temperature performances ● The material of loose tubes with good hydrolysis resistance and relatively high strength ● Tube filling compound providing key protection for Fibers ● Excellent crush resistance and flexibility ● Wrapped steel wires providing good anti-rodent performance ● Small size and light weight, easy for installation ● Applicable to duct and aerial installations 43
  32. 32. Technical Characteristics ● Environmental Characteristics ● Transport/storage temperature: -40℃ - +70℃ ● Delivery Length ● Standard length: 2,000m; other lengths are also available Type(in 2F increments) Fiber count Tube size (mm) Nominal thickness of sheath ( mm) Cable diameter( mm) Cable weight( kg/km) Tensile strength Long/short term (N) Crush Long/short term (N/100mm) GYXTS-2-12 Xn 2-12 2.5 2.0 8.8 108 600/1500 1000/3000 GYXTS-14-18Xn 14-18 2.8 2.0 9.2 116 1000/3000 1000/3000 GYXTS-20-24Xn 20-24 3.2 2.0 9.6 126 1000/3000 1000/3000 GYXTS-26-30Xn 26-30 3.5 2.0 9.8 137 1000/3000 1000/3000 GYXTS-32-36Xn 32-36 3.8 2.0 10.1 142 1000/3000 1000/3000 44
  33. 33. GYXTW ● The GYXTW cable is constructed by inserting a 250μm fiber into a loose tube made of a high- modulus material filled with a water-repellent compound. ● The loose tube is coated with a double- sided plastic coated steel strip (PSP) longitudinally, and a water-blocking material is added between the steel strip and the loose tube to ensure compact and longitudinal water blocking of the cable. Two parallel wires are placed on both sides and the polyethylene sheath is extruded into a cable. 45
  34. 34. Features ● Small outer diameter, light weight and convenient construction ● Fiber length control is stable ● After the cable is formed, the additional attenuation of the fiber is almost zero, and the dispersion value is unchanged. ● Excellent environmental performance ● Applicable laying method ● Aerial ● Install in the pipeline ● Buried under ground Structure ● The central loose tube protects once coated fiber ●The fiber is concentrated in the center of the cable, and the reinforcing members are distributed on both sides of the cable sheath. ●A water blocking layer between the steel strip and the cable core ● Double-sided plastic wrinkle steel strip-polyethylene bonded outer sheath ● Double steel wires are parallel and reinforced Performance characteristics ● Excellent water blocking layer with good water resistance. ● Steel belt bonded outer sheath and metal reinforcement, excellent tensile properties. ● Beam tube center design, the impact of fiber on the lateral force of the cable is minimized. Scope of application ● Long-distance communication, inter-office communication, more suitable for the southern region. 46
  35. 35. Uni-tube Anti-rodent Optical Cable(GYXTY) ● Single-mode/multimode Fibers are housed in a loose tube that is made of high-modulus plastic and filled with tube filling compound. The loose tube is armored with steel wires. Then a PE outer sheath is extruded. ● Features ● • Accurate process control ensuring good mechanical and temperature performances ● • The material of loose tubes with good hydrolysis resistance and relatively high strength ● • Tube filling compound providing key protection for Fibers ● • Excellent crush resistance and flexibility ● • Wrapped steel wires providing good anti-rodent performance ● • Small size and light weight, easy for installation ● • Applicable to duct and aerial installations 47
  36. 36. Technical Characteristics Type (in 2F increments) Fiber count Tube size(mm ) Nominalthickness of sheath (mm) Cable diameter(m m) Cable weight(Kg /km) Tensile strengthLong/sh ort term (N) Crush Long/short term(N/100mm) GYXTY-2-12 Xn 2-12 2.5 2.0 7.7 76 600/1500 1000/3000 GYXTY-14-18Xn 14-18 2.8 2.0 8.0 84 1000/3000 1000/3000 GYXTY-20-24Xn 20-24 3.2 2.0 8.4 93 1000/3000 1000/3000 GYXTY-26-30Xn 26-30 3.5 2.0 8.7 101 1000/3000 1000/3000 GYXTY-32-36Xn 32-36 3.8 2.0 9.0 107 1000/3000 1000/3000 Environmental Characteristics • Transport/storage temperature: -40℃ - +70℃ Delivery Length • Standard length: 2,000m; other lengths are also available. 48 Technical Characteristics
  37. 37. Uni-tube Anti-rodent Optical Cable(GYXTY53) Single-mode/multimode Fibers are housed in a loose tube that is made of high- modulus plastic and filled with tube filling compound. ● Steel wires is wrapped outside the loose tube. ● Then a PE inner sheath is extruded and armored with corrugated steel tape. ● Finally, a PE outer sheath is extruded. 49
  38. 38. ● Accurate process control ensuring good mechanical and temperature performances ● The material of loose tubes with good hydrolysis resistance and relatively high strength ● Tube filling compound providing the key protection for Fibers ● Excellent crush resistance and flexibility ● Small size and light weight, easy for installation ● Steel wire and steel tape armors providing excellent anti-rodent performance ● Applicable to duct, aerial and buried installations 50 Features
  39. 39. Technical Characteristics Type(in 2F increments) Fiber count Tube size (mm) Nominalthickness of sheath (mm) Cable diameter( mm) Cable weight( kg/km) Tensile strengthLong/sho rt term (N) Crush Long/short term(N/100mm) GYXTY53-2-12 Xn 2-12 2.5 2.0 10.9 144 600/1500 1000/3000 GYXTY53-14- 18Xn 14-18 2.8 2.0 11.2 155 1000/3000 1000/3000 GYXTY53-20- 24Xn 20-24 3.2 2.0 11.6 167 1000/3000 1000/3000 GYXTY53-26- 30Xn 26-30 3.5 2.0 11.9 178 1000/3000 1000/3000 GYXTY53-32- 36Xn 32-36 3.8 2.0 12.2 186 1000/3000 1000/3000 51
  40. 40. Layer twisted 8-shaped fiber optic cable(GYTC8S) Product description The structure of the GYTC8S cable is to insert a 250 μm fiber into a loose tube made of a high modulus material, and the loose tube is filled with a waterproof compound. The center of the core is a metal reinforcing core (also non-metallic, such as FRP, etc.), and the loose tube (and filling rope) is twisted around the center reinforcing core into a compact circular core. In the form of a longitudinal package, a layer of plastic coated aluminum tape (APL) is placed inside the sheath outside the core, and finally a polyethylene sheath is extruded together with the steel strand to make the cross section "8" shaped. 52
  41. 41. Features ● Steel wire strands have extremely high tensile strength, which is convenient for self-supporting overhead laying and reduces installation costs. ● Good mechanical properties and temperature characteristics. ● The loose tube material itself has good water resistance and high strength. ● The tube is filled with a special grease to provide critical protection to the fiber. ● The following measures are taken to ensure the waterproof performance of the cable. ● The loose tube is filled with special waterproof compound. ● Filling the whole cross-sectional cable core. ● Double coated steel strip (PSP) moisture barrier. 52
  42. 42. Uni-tube Air-blown Micro Cable (GCYFXTY) ● Optical Fibers are housed in a loose tube that is made of high-modulus plastic and filled with tube filling compound. Aramid yarns are placed outside the loose tube as the strength member, then a sheath with grooves is extruded. This type of cable is particularly applicable to air- blowing constructions in access networks. Features ● Small size and light weight ● Tube filling compound providing key protection for Fibers ● Unique design of sheath with grooves ensuring good air blowing performance ● Allowing to blow by phases to reduce initial investment ● High blowing speed up to 50m/min, and long blowing distance up to 1000m ● Allowing to blow out and replace with new cables to keep technical superiority ● Allowing to cut micro ducts anywhere anytime for branch without influences on other cables, saving manholes, hand holes and cable joints 53
  43. 43. Technical Characteristics Environmental Characteristics • Transport/storage temperature: -20℃ ~ +70℃ Applications • The cable can be used as the drop cable of distribution segments in FTTH networks and can be laid by air blowing to connect the branch point with the access point for subscribers. The cable is also applicable in backbone networks , metropolitan area networks and access networks • Delivery Length • Standard length: 2,000m; other lengths are also available Fiber count 2 4 6 8 12 Duct diameter 5.0/3.5mm 5.0/3.5mm 5.0/3.5mm 5.0/3.5mm 5.0/3.5mm Blowing pressure 8bar/10bar 8bar/10bar 8bar/10bar 8bar/10bar 8bar/10bar Blowing distance 500m/1000 m 500m/1000m 500m/1000m 500m/1000 m 500m/800m Blowing time 15min/30min 15min/30min 15min/30min 15min/30min 15min/30min 54
  44. 44. Drop Cable A-Grade Fiber: • Fiber optic cable use the small bending radius G.657 • Laying with the bending radius of 20 mm • Wonderful Flexiblity • Speedy and Stable Outer sheath/Jacket: • Outer sheath is made of LSZH flame retardant materials • Meet the requirements of flame retardancy for indoor/outdoor of use optical cable • Use the brand new and environment-friendly materials Sufficient quantity : • Sufficient quantity is our promise . • Meter measurement is printed clearly very roll . Customization: • Customized color • Customized Length • Customized connector SC/LC/ST/FC 55
  45. 45. Contact Us ADDRESS: 10 4th Street, Marlboro, Johannesburg, 2063 PHONE: 011 626 3544 / 082 379 9605 EMAIL: bunang@bunang-sa.co.za WEBSITE: www.bunangholdings.co.za

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