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Corning Specialty Optical Fibers for Elevated Temperature Applications

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Corning Specialty Fiber Group developed new optical fibers with acrylate type coating materials for elevated temperature applications (up to +200C). Available single or dual coat designs, hermetic carbon coating, bend insensitive single-mode and multimode fiber glass designs expand application areas for fiber optics.

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Corning Specialty Optical Fibers for Elevated Temperature Applications
2011-10-20
CORNING SPECIALTY OPTICAL FIBE
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