Fibre optic installation is currently a key topic in the construction industry. The hype for fast internet is creating a lot of work and also many opportunities to earn money. Because of this, we would be happy to provide you with competent advice and high-quality technology so that you can carry out your work without hindrance.
Glass fibre in general
Among other things, glass fibres are used as optical waveguides in glass fibre networks for optical data transmission. Compared to other lines such as electrical transmission, this has the advantage of a considerably higher bandwidth. More information can be transmitted per unit of time. The transmitted signal is also insensitive to electrical and magnetic interference fields as well as being tap-proof to a greater degree.
All this makes fibre optics a much better conductor than conventional conductive materials. Many other countries have been using fibre optic technology and its expansion for years. For some years now, Germany has also been one of these countries, and with great commitment. Telekom, for example, plans to spend €2.5 billion a year until 2024 to expand the fibre-optic network in Germany. This money will be put into a variety of projects in Germany. Yours may be one of them.
Fibre optics with the trencher
Working with a trencher is often forgotten when it comes to civil engineering work, especially when it comes to fibre optic expansion. As many people have entered the fibre optic business, there are some who try to finish these jobs as quickly as possible with their existing excavators, without having to make large investments. However, the fact that a trencher is much more effective is often overlooked. In fact, a trencher can cover a much longer distance in one day than an excavator could. This is due to the less effort the trencher has to put in.
For one thing, the trench milled is much narrower than that of an excavator, so the trencher makes faster progress. Furthermore, the associated excavation is much smaller and therefore quicker and easier to return to the trench. These factors have a significant effect on the speed and precision of trenching on a construction site.
Your partner for fibre optic laying in civil engineering
If you decide to upgrade your machine, we will be happy to advise you at any time. Of course you can also ask for a demonstration of the machine you are interested in.
In order to get an overview of our offer, we explain in the following the most important points you should pay attention to when choosing a machine. The first thing to consider is what type of machine you want. We distinguish ours into ,, self-propelled” and ,, mounted” milling machines. If you already own a carrier machine such as an excavator or tractor, an attachment machine may be more advisable for you. If you do not have such a machine or would like to have the tiller as a stand-alone vehicle, you should go for a self-propelled machine.
The next question is the hardness of the soil. If you want to mill in mountainous and stony regions, you will logically need a stronger tiller than if you are milling in sand or loamy soil. Of course, you do not have to decide this on your own, as we will support you in choosing the machine. However, you may be able to rule out some machines based on your experience or knowledge.
If you decide to use a mounted machine, it is of course important to make sure that the carrier can withstand the necessary requirements of the machine. The load capacity of the carrier is important, as is the available oil pressure. The tiller is driven hydraulically by the carrier. The necessary data varies for the different machines, but the information can always be found under the articles on the respective machine.