FIBRE OPTIC SYSTEMS CLIP RANGE

FROM JANUARY 2019 ALL FIBRE OPTIC CABLING MUST BE
SUPPORTED BY A METAL FIXING

THINK FIREFLY. THINK SOLUTIONS.

FIREFLY FIBRE OPTIC CABLING SOLUTIONS

BROADBAND READY

NOW BEING SUPPLIED TO A LEADING UK PROVIDER OF BROADBAND FIBRE

 

Firefly Push Grip fire clip.

NEW PRODUCT: Firefly Fixings have a solution – the metal Push Grip fire clip – specifically designed for fibre optic cables and other small cables (small signal, CCTV and alarm cables) and now being supplied to a leading UK provider of broadband fibre in 2 sizes to support 0.9mm and 2.0mm diameter cabling. 

The Push Grip fire clip is a design engineered, single component, taper lock system that is practically invisible when installed.

  • Super-fast fix in under 6 seconds using just finger or thumb pressure
  • Single component, taper lock system in white finish spring steel
  • Super-strong substrate grip
  • Non-wobble so stays tight, allowing superb cable dressing
  • Soft bite to prevent damage to fibre optic cables
  • Can be used to fix other small cables (small signal, CCTV and alarm cables)
  • Support 0.9mm and 2.0mm diameter cabling
  • Optional fitting tool for tight corners eg wall-ceiling joins
  • Melt point >1300C
  • Walls and ceilings
  • 18th Edition BS7671 compliant. And future-proof
  • Corrosion resistant

Installation

Firefly Installation diagram Push Grip clip

 

 

 

 

Firefly’s ingenious Push Grip Clips and cleats are fast proving popular as the perfect solution for compliance with new BS7671 regulations prohibiting the use of plastic clips, plastic cleats or glues in fibre optic cable installations.

BS7671:18th Edition (Premature Collapse) requires ALL cables in ALL areas to be supported by a metal fixing. This DOES include fibre optic cables.  

Offering a super-strong substrate grip, our design-engineered white-finish steel clips and black cleats have a melting point above 1300ºC, ensuring internal and external fibre optic cables are not left unsupported dangerously after a fire.

Our single-component Firefly Push Grip Clips are easy to fit and practically invisible once installed, so it is no surprise they have rapidly won an enthusiastic welcome from major UK providers of broadband fibre.

 

Fitting Tool and white Firefly clips duotoneAvailable in two sizes to support 0.9mm and 2.0mm cables, the clips come in a smooth safe finish to prevent cable damage and are suitable for fixing in concrete, brick or wood. Once a hole has been drilled, the clips are fitted in seconds using just finger pressure or with the optional plastic fitting tool (shown).

Our metal cleats range match and replace existing plastic cleats Nos 5 to Nos 20 (10mm – 50mm diameter) and are attached using a fast-fix concrete screw. The whole Firefly fibre optic range is corrosion resistant and are quick and easy to install.

 

Additionally, we also supply a range of uniquely designed adjustable cleats. See here for more information.

Find out more about 18th Edition BS7671 here

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Firefly Metal Cleats for external wall cable installation.

Firefly fixed cleats 06 07 09 10 grey bgroundFirefly fire resistant support cleats are designed to save lives, where plastic cleats would normally melt. Available in 10mm-50mm diameter sizes the Firefly fire resistant cleats match and replace standard plastic cleat sizes from Nos5 to Nos20.

  • Super-strong substrate grip, including brick, concrete and wood
  • Fast-fix Installion using single component concrete screws
  • Soft bite to prevent damage to fibre optic cables
  • Can be used to fix other cables
  • Support 10mm to 50mm diameter cabling
  • Melt point >1300C
  • 18th Edition BS7671 compliant. And future-proof
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Adjustable cleat range also available

To find out more or to register interest please contact:

David Banks-Fear:   07860 629523   david.banks@swaonline.co.uk

 

TRUNKING RANGE

SURFACE-MOUNTED RANGE

DATACOM RANGE

ALARM RANGE

FIBRE OPTIC RANGE

The 18th Edition of wiring regulations BS7671 is designed to prevent Premature Collapse. Premature Collapse of cables in a fire has 3 causes – extreme heat, explosion and high pressure water. The second two can occur at much lower temperatures.

BS7671:18th Edition (Premature Collapse) covers all of the following:

  • Both Internal and External installations of fibre optic cables
  • Fibre optic installations to support analogue and digital services
  • IP networks
  • CCTV schemes
  • Local authority LANs
  • WANs
  • Storage area networks
  • Disaster recovery schemes
  • Mission/safety critical industrial control system

To find out more or to register interest please contact:

David Banks-Fear:   07860 629523   

Email: david.banks@swaonline.co.uk

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