MaxCell MaxSpace

Oct. 8, 2013
Rigid innerduct can limit the number and size of cables that can be placed in conduit-based network systems. MaxSpace is a no-dig technology that removes existing innerduct from active fiber-optic and coax cables safely. With all the innerducts gone, 90% of cond...
Rigid innerduct can limit the number and size of cables that can be placed in conduit-based network systems. MaxSpace is a no-dig technology that removes existing innerduct from active fiber-optic and coax cables safely. With all the innerducts gone, 90% of conduit space is recovered, and nine more cables can be placed in the reclaimed space.
With MaxSpace, broadband companies can add capacity without new construction, MaxCell says. In comparison, while conduit and innerduct construction in cities can cost between $500 and $900 per foot and is installed as slowly as 6 inches per hour, MaxSpace removes innerduct and installs new raceways at a rate of 10 feet per minute. There is no soil disruption, no carbon emissions generated, and the removed innerduct can be easily recycled.www.maxcellinnerduct.comSee them at Cable-Tec Expo, Booth 962Return to the BTR Diamond Technology Reviews Elite.

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