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TIA-590 - STANDARD FOR PHYSICAL LOCATION AND PROTECTION OF BELOW GROUND FIBER OPTIC CABLE PLANT - ANSI APPROVAL WITHDRAWN JUNE 2003 Organization: TIA
Date: 1997-01-01
Description: The purpose of this document is to establish a national standard that defines the location of installed outside fiber optic cable plant relative to its physical environment, including related protective measures necessary to reduce the probability of cable damage. The Standard addresses fiber optic cables that are directly buried, placed in duct, in non-navigable waterways, or in transition from underground to aerial structures.
TIA - EIA/TIA-455-82 - FOTP 82-B FLUID PENETRATION TEST FOR FLUID-BLOCKED FIBER OPTIC CABLE - ANSI APPROVAL WITHDRAWN JUNE 2003 Organization: TIA
Date: 1992-02-01
Description: The test is designed primarily for testing filled fiber optic telecommunications cables intended for installations in underground ducts or directly buried, where ground water pressures are normally encountered; however, this test method can be used to assure or to evaluate fluid penetration integrity in other environments by specifying appropriate fluid(s), test length(s), pressure (s), allowable flow rate(s), etc., in the cable Detail Specification.(Footnote 1) NOTE: Fiber optic cables, like many products, are available in a multiplicity of designs, and not all cable designs will perform equally well in this test (nor are they necessarily intended to be equal).
ATIS NRSC-102 - FIXING FACILITY OUTAGES: BUILDING THE TOOLS TO MAKE IT HAPPEN Organization: ATIS
Date: 1997-01-01
Description: The purpose of this document is to establish minimum guidelines that defines the location of installed outside fiber optic cable plant relative to its physical environment, including related protective measures necessary to reduce the probability of cable damage. The guideline addresses fiber optic cables that are directly buried, placed in duct, in nonnavigable waterways, or in transaction from underground to aerial structures.
NECA NEIS 111 - STANDARD FOR INSTALLING NONMETALLIC RACEWAYS (RNC, ENT, LFNC) Organization: NECA
Date: 2003-01-01
Description: This standard describes installation procedures for nonmetallic raceways of circular cross-section used for electrical power wire and cable, communications wiring, or fiber optic cables. Products and Applications Included This publication covers the following, when installed for commercial, institutional, and industrial applications in nonhazardous locations within the confines of the building structure, including raceways installed under floor slabs: 1.
PPI TR-47 - PIPE STIFFNESS AND FLATTENING TESTS IN COILABLE HDPE CONDUIT; AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO BURIAL DEPTH IN CONDUIT APPLICATIONS Organization: PPI
Date: 2011-05-01
Description: Introduction Continuous length, coilable HDPE conduit has enjoyed tremendous growth not only as a protection for electrical cable, but in large part due to the huge expansion of the telecommunications industry in the US and abroad to protect fiber optic cable. Its availability in long lengths combined with HDPE's ductility, strength and durability make it ideally suitable for the "long haul" and trenchless installation technologies such as HDD (horizontal directional drilling) installations in the power and telecom industries.

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