Water Absorbing Filling Gel for Cable
RB-300 water absorbing filling gel for cable is used in network cable, USB series, power cord, computer peripheral cable, network optical fiber, etc.
1. 100% water resistance effect;
2. Good thixotropy, suitable for cold filling process;
3. Excellent oxidation resistance and long-term stability
Main Technical Parameters
Cone penatration @ 25°C (dmm)
@ -40°C (dmm)
OIT@ 190°C (min)
Water absorption height@5min (%)
RB-300 water absorbing filling gel for cable is well compatible with high polymer material and cable plastic material .But we recommend that the compatibility test should be made before polymer materials are in contact with the gel.
RB-300 water absorbing filling gel for cable is designed for cold filling
30% deposit ,70% balance should be paid before shipment.
20’GP : witnin 7 working days after receiving the deposit.
40’GP : within 10 working days after receiving the deposit.
Huawei has built Nigeria's glo-2 submarine cable system.
Globacom, a Nigerian telecommunications service provider in Africa, recently signed a submarine fiber-optic cable construction contract with Huawei, a Chinese equipment supplier. Huawei is responsible for building the Glo-2 submarine cable system.
The Glo-2 system will be laid along the Nigerian coast, connecting Alpha Beach in Lagos to the south.
Sanjib Roy, regional director of Globacom Technologies, said: “The Glo-2 will be the first Nigerian submarine cable to be deployed in non-capital regions because the five existing submarine cables connect the capital Lagos only.”
It is reported that Glo-2 will have a capacity of 12 Tbps and will provide ultra-high-speed connectivity to oil platforms and communities to enhance data coverage and support the growth of the corporate market in this region of Nigeria.
This 850km submarine cable will also be integrated into Globacom's existing ground backbone to provide additional service redundancy. The system will consist of three pairs of fibres, with the first pair connecting Lagos directly to southern Nigeria. The second pair of fibres will be equipped with eight switchable branch units (BUs) which will provide high capacity to the offshore oil station and the community directly connected to the BU, while the third pair of fibres will be equipped with two switchable BUs to Cameroon. And Equatorial Guinea.