OEM/ODM Factory for Casted Iron Bolted Type Strain Clamp to Norwegian Manufacturers
OEM/ODM Factory for Casted Iron Bolted Type Strain Clamp to Norwegian Manufacturers Detail:
Bolted type strain clamps are made of:
- high strength corrosion resistant aluminum alloys
- hot dip galvanized casted iron
The cable clip is made of aluminum alloy, hardware – hot dip galvanized
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OEM/ODM Factory for Casted Iron Bolted Type Strain Clamp to Norwegian Manufacturers, The product will supply to all over the world, such as: , , ,
The most viewed video (YouTube) on the theme FTTH was launched a couple of years ago by GM Plast A/S. This is the sequel/part two.
Here you will see videos in sequences that together show and tell how to establish FTTH networks.
Following themes will appear:
1: GM products for FTTH
2: How to establish FTTH in a sidewalk
3: Streetpass and fiberblowing
4: Coils, ease of use
5: Hammerhead mole, acces to the house without digging up the garden
6: Digital empowerment rural area by making a FTTH connection
7: FTTH in a multistory building
8: Faster FTTH deployment in rural area by plowing
9: Blown fiber in GM flatliner
10: Indoor GM fiber solution
11: big pipes = difficult
Aluminum foil thermal straps have very high conductance, and are very light weight, and offer unparalleled flexibility. The strap shown is only 4.5 inches long and has 0.750 inch wide foils. The strap thickness is 0.200 inches.
Aluminum or Copper?
Where mass is critical, Aluminum are the best choice. By using an Aluminum thermal strap you get 58% the thermal conductivity of Copper with only 30% of the mass. For mass minimizing designs the thermal conductivity-to-mass ratio is the figure of merit.
A 1kg Aluminum thermal strap will have almost twice the conductance of a 1kg copper thermal strap.
The aluminum thermal strap will be 69% larger by volume. Aluminum has almost twice the thermal conductivity-to-mass ratio of Copper, making it the best option for flight.