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What Sticklers® fibre optic cleaning products do I need to clean my termini?

The Sticklers® product range has been developed to enable cleaning of all current designs of fibre optic termini, from 1.25mm 1.6mm, 2.0mm and 2.5mm ferrules to Biconic and MT termini in a wide range of connector formats. In addition the Sticklers® MCC-S type CleanStixx™  are have been specifically developed to be extremely effective at cleaning […]

What are the best methods for cleaning fibre optic termini?

Aerospace and industry experts have worked together for a number of years to identify the best solution for fibre optic cleaning. As a result they are both agreed that optimum cleaning of fibre optic terminus end faces is best achieved using a ‘wet/‘dry’ cleaning process. What does this mean? A number of elements affect cleanliness […]

Can Sticklers® Provide me with the Best Cleaning Solution?

Can Sticklers® fibre optic cleaning products provide me with the best cleaning solution? The simple answer is YES! The full range of Sticklers® products have been developed specifically to achieve exceptional cleaning capabilities for fibre optic termini and optical interconnects. Each product has been fully tested and trialled to provide the operator with the ability […]

Why use Sticklers® products?

From the very start Sticklers® cleaning products have been engineered as a ‘system’ – the CleanWipes™, CleanStixx™ and Fibre Optic Splice and Connector Cleaner – giving the operator the right combination of packaging and tooling that delivers a complete ‘wet/dry’ cleaning system designed to deliver the best possible results at the lowest possible cost-per-cleaning.  In […]

Why Clean?

Why clean optical fibres? Contamination Migrates…   There are two sides to a connection. Cleaning only one side will result in a 50% chance of the connection performing properly, but 50% chance there could be trouble.   50% of fibre optic network failures are caused by dirt, creating increased Insertion and Return Losses plus reduction […]