Plastic Adjustable Sno-Shoe 24"
Fiber Savvy's Plastic Adjustable Sno-Shoes (Also known as SnowShoe) are used to store slack fiber cable effectively and efficiently. Using a sno-shoe for your cable run is a great precautionary choice and is cheaper than having to buy additional cable when emergency repairs, growth and expansion, splicing and general maintenance occurs. A Snoe-Shoe will adhere to the bend radius of the cable, offering a more convenient method of storing extra cable when compared to other options such as a vault or storage box.
The Plastic Sno-Shoe's are offered in adjustable and non-adjustable models. The
adjustable models offer more flexibility in how you store slack. The closed, extended
and fully open positions allow you to store the amount of slack needed for the
situation. They allow much more to be stored than the non-adjustable model. In
terms of cable fittings, our 10” shoe can hold cables up to 60 fibers and all-dielectric
fibers up to 72 fibers. Our 16” shoe can hold cables up to 216 fibers and all-dielectric
fibers up to 240 fibers. Lastly, our 24” shoe can hold all currently available fiber
counts and cable configurations.
Durability & Strength
This product has been manufactured to withstand high winds and weather, the plastic does not have sharp edges so it will not cut the cable you are storing. The plastic on this product has been designed to expand and contract in the event of a freeze with no permanent damage.
- Prevents macrobends in fiber optic cable.
- Stores slack cable in one location to reduce repair time.
- Eliminates the need for costly slack storage vaults in the fiber plant.
- Reduces operating costs. With all the different mounting options, it also allows for one slack storage device to be used throughout the entire system.
- Establishes proper installation practices while insuring your installation is within telephone and utility regulations.
- Solves spacing problems on the pole.
- 20 year pro-rated warranty.
||75" - 87"
When figuring out which Sno-Shoe size is right for you, the rule of thumb we go by is 10 x
Fiber radius = Sno-shoe size. For example if your cable has a outside diameter of 1/2” then the calculation would be .5 x 10 = 5” minimum bend radius, in this case the 10” Sno-Shoe® would be used.
With Sno-Shoes you can always go bigger than what the formula calls for, just not
smaller. If more cable length is needed, Sno-Shoes® can be placed separately on the
same strand to attain the desired distance. Our Sno-Shoes® even allow there to be a
second cable installed without removing the first cable. The 24” adjustable shoe has
the ability to accommodate a second cable on the bottom side