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According to the market study, last year (2017) the North America region (United States and Canada) held 24 percent of the worldwide consumption of fiber optic fusion splicers (compared to 27.
Further investments followed in 2001 with two more unwind splicers and another RMAP rewinder on a new adhesive coating and laminating line, and again in 2004 with another splicer, equipping both of Acucote's laminating lines with Martin's automatic roll changers at the rewind ends, and at the wet and dry ends.
These splicers are available for the new machines, as well as retrofitting of older machines.
Availability for retrofit with any Butler SP1 Splicer
To calculate the market size, Technavio considers the sale of fusion splicers to the telecommunications, enterprise, cable TV, aerospace and defense, and other upcoming application segments.
AFL's product portfolio includes fiber optic cable, transmission and substation accessories, outside plant equipment, connectors, fusion splicers, test equipment and training.
Mr Waters, who previously worked on the thermal properties of synthetic fibres at the former ICI Fibres plant, set up GTW in 1997 after buying another Pontypool business - Pentwyn Splicers - which was the only company in the UK at the time manufacturing pneumatic yarn splicers.
The recent heatset purchase also includes splicers, a web-drying system and chill-roll stands, and subsystems from Baldwin, Nela, and EPG.
Anchorage Printing now has 17 press units and four roll splicers that can run all day at 30,000 copies per hour.
The new Air Powered Lug Chuck is designed for high speed printing, laminating, and sheeting applications on unwind flying or zero speed splicers and other shaftless unwind/rewind applications.
LIKE many companies Pentwyn Splicers of Pontypool first looked at e-business as an opportunity to sell.
He said the company is seeking 30 customer service technician II candidates and 10 cable splicers, to work at various locations throughout Southern California, at a pay range of $9.