Using the most modern methods of special civil engineering, the fiber optic cables are laid underground within a very short time. The impairments for the residents are kept as low as possible.
- Civil engineering work to insert the empty pipes
- Blowing in the fiber optic light guide
- Fusion splicing work
- Installation and activation of the connections
If the empty pipe network is available, the glass fibers are blown in. This is usually done without drafts, which is associated with short installation times. Here, the cable is transported by an air stream at high speed. With this method there is almost no friction even in bends, the cable is protected and quickly laid. With this method we can achieve very long injection lengths and high average results over days, weeks or months, even with the most difficult routes. Once the fibers have been blown in, they are configured in the respective control cabinets.
For each house to be connected, a reserved fiber optic package is laid up to the property line and then on the property of the participant up to the house. Both small excavations and trenchless methods are used on the participant’s property.