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The effect of U.V. curable secondary buffers on the strippability of commercially available fibers

The effect of U.V. curable secondary buffers on the strippability of commercially available fibers

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During the last ten years, ultraviolet curable coatings have delivered a number of application benefits to manufacturers of optical glass fiber. These coatings have also served to enhance the perfor ...
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Number of pages:4
Year published:1990
Weight:0.2500
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By Steven R. Schmid, DeSoto, Inc. and Nathan B. Rosebrooks, Sancliff, Inc., USA.
1990
 
During the last ten years, ultraviolet curable coatings have delivered a number of application benefits to manufacturers of optical glass fiber.These coatings have also served to enhance the performance of fiber optics in the filed.Moreover, within the last few years, ultraviolet curable resins have had a significant impact on the cabling of optical glass fibers.
  
 
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