Fiber Suspension Clamp

Fiber Suspension Clamp, also known as fiber optical hooks, is commonly used to protect non-self-supporting overhead outdoor fiber optic cables, including ADSS cables. It ensures that the cable maintains the appropriate bending radius, extending its service life. Additionally, by using split fixed brackets, multiple cable hooks can be installed on poles, improving transmission efficiency and reducing project costs, especially in remote or mountainous areas.

Suspension Clamp For Fiber Optic Cable

Fiber Suspension Clamp is an excellent option for installing ADSS (All Dielectric Self-Support) aerial fiber optic cables near energized zones on utility poles. This clamp is specifically designed for float mounting and is ideally used with a closed eye nut.


  • Designed for aerial fiber cable installations
  • Constructed with a metal J hook and rubber clamp
  • Cable Diameter Range: 5~18mm
  • Provides a wide range of gripping capacities and mechanical resistance
  • Can be pole or wall mounted using stainless steel band and pigtail hook or brackets


  • Fiber To The Home (FTTH) installations
  • Local Area Networks (LANs)
  • Telecommunication Networks

How does Fiber Suspension Clamp Secure Your Network Connections?

Fiber optic cable hooks are constructed with a thermoplastic molded shell. The inner clamp consists of two insulated plastic wedges, providing secure overhead suspension without causing damage to the cable sheath or internal fibers. The hook is completed with two stainless steel ends pressed onto the shell, connecting a stainless steel wire lanyard to the plastic part.

Why Choose Our Fiber Suspension Clamp?

Bonelinks considers local climate, cable parameters, suspension span, and other factors when recommending cable hooks. This ensures professional service and the selection of the appropriate size to assist customers in achieving success.

By utilizing fiber optic cable suspension clamps, the protection and stability of non-self-supporting overhead fiber optic cables are enhanced. Moreover, the installation of multiple hooks on poles improves transmission efficiency and reduces project operating costs, particularly in challenging geographic areas. Bonelinks offers customized solutions to ensure the right hook selection for specific requirements.

Installation Temperature Range

-40℃ to 70℃ (-40°F to 158°F )

Operation Temperature Range

-40℃ to 70℃ (-40°F to 158°F )

Storage/Transport Temperature Range

-40℃ to 70℃ (-40°F to 158°F )

Wedge Groove


Suspension Wire


Available Cable DIA

5 to 18mm

Max Span

70 to 150m

Min Breaking Load


Stretching Resistance



Single Pack

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