Insulating Cable Filling Gel
50 G insulating cable filling gel is used in network cable, USB series, power cord, computer peripheral cable, network optical fiber cable, etc.
1. When the temperature is higher than 100℃, it begins to soften,and it will be semifuild and can be used for filling when 130℃ . When the temperature is lower than 100℃, it will solidify and return to its original state in the cable core.
2. It can be removed after solidification and easy to clean.
3. Excellent insulation performance, breakdown voltage> 50KV.
Main Technical Parameters
Solid white gel
Cone penetration @ 25°C (dmm)
OIT@ 190°C (min)
50 G insulating cable filling gel is well compatible with high polymer material and PVC, PE .But we recommend that the compatibility test should be made before polymer materials are in contact with the gel.
50 G insulating cable filling gel is designed for hot filling.
Corning will establish a new optical cable manufacturing facility in North Carolina
Corning Incorporated, headquartered in Corning, New York, announced that it will establish a new fiber optic cable manufacturing plant in North Carolina as a further expansion of its optical communications business. This will meet the growing global demand for its optical fiber and cable products.
The plant will employ more than 200 employees, which will also be part of Corning’s previously announced $250 million investment in its fiber, fiber optic cable, and solutions manufacturing facilities. In North Carolina, in addition to the new factory set up in Newton City, Corning has expanded its optical fiber manufacturing plant located in Winston-Salem, near Concord, and the cable factory in Hickory.
In the face of increasing demand for optical fibers and optical cables, Corning has expanded its production capacity to ensure reliable supply to customers. The continuous increase in the number of global interconnected devices has increased the demand for bandwidth, which has also led to the above demand.
Corning invented the first low-loss fiber in 1970, which opened the prelude to the era of optical communications and ultimately changed the world's pattern of information creation, sharing, and consumption. To date, Corning has provided over 1 billion core kilometers of fiber to the global network.
Corning plans to maintain its dominance in the market through continued investment in manufacturing processes, and to complete its annual sales of optical communications by 5 billion U.S. dollars in 2020.