HH-E-90 optical fiber cable jacket extrusion machine

HH-E-90 optical fiber cable jacket extrusion machine
HH-E-90 optical fiber cable jacket extrusion machine HH-E-90 optical fiber cable jacket extrusion machine HH-E-90 optical fiber cable jacket extrusion machine HH-E-90 optical fiber cable jacket extrusion machine HH-E-90 optical fiber cable jacket extrusion machine
Product Attributes :


This equipment is mainly used for the extrusion of the inner and outer sheath of the optical cable.

Product Description

1.Equipment application

Polyethylene two-color outer sheath, aluminum-plastic composite tape and polyethylene composite outer sheath, steel-plastic composite tape and polyethylene composite outer sheath.

2.Main parameters



Production line structure speed


Process production speed

80m/min(OD≤10.0mm, extruded PE material)

Cable core outer diameter


Pay-off drum size


Pay-off tension


Extrusion outer diameter


Maximum extrusion capacity


Take-up tension


Take-up drum size

PN800 PN1600

Production line length

60 meters

Equipment color and operating direction


Equipment power supply

180KVA380V 50Hz AC (3 phase + N wire + ground wire)


3. What is fiber optics?

Fiber optics, or optical fiber, refers to the technology that transmits information as light pulses along a glass or plastic fiber.

A fiber optic cable can contain a varying number of these glass fibers -- from a few up to a couple hundred. Another glass layer, called cladding, surrounds the glass fiber core. The buffer tube layer protects the cladding, and a jacket layer acts as the final protective layer for the individual strand.

Fiber optic cables are commonly used because of their advantages over copper cables. Some of those benefits include higher bandwidth and transmit speeds.

Fiber optics is used for long-distance and high-performance data networking. It is also commonly used in telecommunication services, such as internet, television and telephones. For example, Verizon and Google use fiber optics in their Verizon FIOS and Google Fiber services, respectively, providing Gigabit internet speeds to users.

4. How fiber optics works

Fiber optics transmit data in the form of light particles -- or photons -- that pulse through a fiber optic cable. The glass fiber core and the cladding each have a different refractive index that bends incoming light at a certain angle.

When light signals are sent through the fiber optic cable, they reflect off the core and cladding in a series of zig-zag bounces, following a process called total internal reflection. The light signals do not travel at the speed of light because of the denser glass layers, instead traveling about 30% slower than the speed of light.

To renew, or boost, the signal throughout its journey, fiber optics transmission sometimes requires repeaters at distant intervals. These repeaters regenerate the optical signal by converting it to an electrical signal, processing that electrical signal and retransmitting the optical signal.

Fiber optic cables are now able to support up to 10 Gbps signals. Typically, as the bandwidth capacity of a fiber optic cable increases, the more expensive it becomes.

5.The extrusion mahine Q and A?


1,Q: What is your main brand for the electrical and mechanical parts?

A: International famous brand


2, Q:could we appoint the parts brand?

A: Yes, ABB, SIEMENS, Danfoss, or theirs that you like.


3, Q: could you please arrange the installation and commissioning ?

A: Yes , we could and the buyer pay the charge


4, Q: could you arrange the production education?

A: Yes , we could and the buyer pay the charge


5, Q: could you do the design for the whole plant

A: Yes , we can.


6, Q: could you offer the production process design

A: Yes , we can.


7, Q: what is the difference with other supplier?

A: what we could offer to other customer is not only the machine itself, also we could offer: factory design, production process design , QC control and education and assist machine and raw material offering .


8.Q:What's the payment terms?

A:T/T,70% deposit and 30% balance before delivery.


9, Q:How long the guarantee:

A: one year and charge for repair the whole life.



6.Why chose HOOHA


Before sales


1) 88 successful turnkey factory project .

2)Help over 28 clients from around the globe build their program from the ground.

3)Most humanized cable making solution provided by professional sales team with 10 years experience .

4)Complete access for all aspect of supply chain in professional cable industry with 18 years experience , including manufacturing material , technology , testing equipment , etc .

5)For 15 years , HOOHA stand alongside the client , considering and solving from the perspective of client’s marketing angle with all-around , precise and applicable solution .

6)HOOHA help saving the communication time cost for dealing with over dozens of supplier in the supply chain , mean while clients can generate much more value with same amount of time .

Middle sales

7)10 years experience engineer team for overseas cable and wire industry manufacturing and machinery installation and maintenance .

8)10 years experience engineer planing team for whole factory project including machinery , space layout , operational plan , water air electricity consume , raw material and such .

9)10 years experience professional team working on daily management and operation craft for cable and wire factory .


1)HOOHA is willing to grow with clients and achieve a mutual victory through business .

2)HOOHA spare no efforts to work for the future that all people is able to use clean electricity energy . 

7.How to choose the right Ethernet cable

The easiest way to select a cable is to pick one with the range and performance you need. But what do you need?

Step 1: Start with the speed of your home internet connection. If you have gigabit internet (1Gbps), an old Ethernet cord will hold you back. If you have a slower connection — perhaps 10 or 20 megabits per second — you're good with anything Cat 5 or newer.

Step 2: If you don't know your internet subscription's actual speed, connect your PC directly to the modem and load this speed test. Doing so will give you a starting idea of what you'll need in terms of wired connectivity. If your subscription only supports 50Mbps downloads, purchasing a 1Gbps Ethernet cable is simply overkill — at least for now.

Step 3: Next, consider the speed needed for your network. This knowledge is irrelevant to most home users. Still, if you frequently move big files between computers or stream extremely high-bandwidth video, a better Ethernet cable can make a huge difference. If that's not the case and you only surf the internet's shallow waters, you don't need a fast in-home network.

Step 4: As today's routers become faster and more capable, facilitating faster network speeds, you need more capable cables to take full advantage. If you are looking for a replacement cable, it's a good idea to choose one of the more recent versions to take advantage of both speeds and future-proof your setup for years to come. That usually means picking a Cat 6a or even a Cat 8 cable. On its own, a fast Ethernet cable won't make a big difference, but a good cable can work together with other high-end network devices to ensure that your connection is as strong as possible.

8.On spot optic fiber factory.




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