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CleanWipes 400
CleanWipes 3200 CleanWipes 400

CleanWipes™

Features:

  • High-modulus cleaning material won’t rip, tear, shred, or lint
  • Super-soft material won’t scratch end-faces
  • Static-dissipative material eliminate static
  • Color-coded CleanSlots™ monitor the cleaning process

Applications:

  • Small 400 cleans box is perfect for field technicians
  • Large 3200 cleans box for high volume, high-speed cleaning required by fiber optic patch cord and components manufactures

Product Description

CleanWipes

The Sticklers™ brand CleanWipes™ are a convenient cleaning tool designed for high-speed cleaning of optical jumpers and patch cords.  Its designs enables technicians to clean fiber optic end-faces at the lowest possible cost per clean. 

The exclusive, static-dissipative, high-modulus fabric cleaning material will not tear or shred away even when cleaning LC connectors. The highly absorbent material is very soft, will not scratch connectors and delivers superior cleaning results.

The color-coded CleanSots™ tracks remind technicians to never re-use a wipe, eliminating cross-contamination.  The box design also eliminates the chance of cleaning on an already used wipe and minimizes fingertip contamination.

The CleanWipes™ system offers a simple, fast and disciplined cleaning process that delivers perfectly clean connectors.  Better cleaning makes networks run faster and avoids expensive service calls.

Ordering Information

MODEL DESCRIPTION AFL NO.
CleanWipes  400 CleanWipes - box with 400 optical quality wipes 9000-03-0029MZ
CleanWipes  3200 CleanWipes - box with 3200 optical quality wipes 9000-03-0030MZ


Fiber Optic Connector Inspection

Inspection is an essential step in cleaning fiber optic connectors.  Inspection enables the technician or installer to verify that the connector is free of contaminates that could permanently damage the connector end-face and lead to network failure.   To ensure your fiber optic connectors are clean you should follow the inspect-clean-inspect workflow.

See Fiber Optic Inspection for the NOYES family of inspection products.

 

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