Turnkey Installation

OSP (Cabling Underground) & Aerial (ADSS ,figure 8, OPGW)

Installation (civil and cable works)

As an approved ISO contractor, we can assist in the civil works of any underground network and aerial cables (from concrete works to trenching).

(Our professional approach in implementing long distances and different techniques of
Fiber Optic Cable Laying and Termination has been widely appreciated by the
Engineers and Inspectors of our well-known clients.)

As for the cable works, with the help of our quality resources we use different ways for installing cables which is done using different laying techniques: Cable Pulling, Laying, Blowing, Floating, and Aerial Cable installation.  

No matter what the application may be, from metropolitan rings to multiple tie-ins we implement any underground networks and aerial cables as required by our customers.

The telecom team at Energya PTS guides the client through the installation process considering their current needs as well as future expansion needs, thus saving them much time, money and effort.

Splicing and Termination

Optical fibers may be connected to each other by connectors or by splicing, that is, joining two fibers together to form a continuous optical wave guide.

At Energya PTS telecom Fusion splicing is done with a specialized instrument that typically operates as follows:

The two cable ends are fastened inside a splice enclosure that will protect the splices, and the fiber ends are stripped of their protective polymer coating.

The ends are cleaved with a precision cleaver to make them perpendicular, and are placed into special holders in the splicer.

Another form of splicing used is Mechanical fiber splices which are designed to be quicker and easier to install, but there is still the need for stripping, careful cleaning and precision cleaving. Then Fibers are terminated in connectors that hold the fiber end precisely and securely.

Testing and Commissioning

We use state of art equipments that help indicate problems and faults that might occur during or after the installation process. Equipments we use indicate the following:

Fiber break locator.Locate and characterize splice and connector losses.Fiber testing for fast high-count cable qualification.Graphical representation of measurement results in event tables, showing loss and reflection, and pass/fail results.Data transfer is ensured. Visual fault locator.