Conventional splicing techniques require the use of controlled, high-temperature air in order to heat-shrink the sleeve, sealing the splice
from the surrounding elements.
The research, titled "Dynamic regulation of alternative splicing by silencers that modulate 5' splice
site competition" is published in the latest issue of Cell.
Featuring a re-enterable housing, VisiLock allows for visible examination of an encapsulated cathodic splice
without opening the box with its semi-transparent housing design.
Install the splice
between the two severed hose ends (Photos 2 and 3).
Among numerous findings, Leech concludes that friction between strands in an admiralty splice
prevents sawlike interstrand motions and holds the splice
Both endless-belt fabrication methods can produce long-lasting splices
, but their downtime and cost factors need to be taken into consideration.
were producing the metal-on-metal scratching.
Even a small number of failed splices
translates into lost time, paper, money and delayed paper delivery," said Kay.
These capabilities will revolutionize the way users splice
various types of specialty fibers, including LDF, low contrast PM, and holey / micro-structured.
Fujikura's expert team of engineers can help fabricate and develop optical parts which may call for a critical splice
, helping to fast-track customers' products and brands to market.
This tape is recommended for single- and double-butt splicing, automatic splicing operations and safety splices
Temperature rating is -40[degrees]C to 90[degrees]C for tap or branch cathodic splices
up to 50V.