Fiber Optic Cable Suspension Clamp

Fiber optic cable suspension clamp, called fiber optical hooks, is often installed on the cable line transmission holding bracket, used to protect the non-self-supporting overhead outdoor fiber optic cable, including ADSS fiber optic cable, from the ground to the overhead section or from the holding pole to the ground section of the cable bending radius does not exceed the limited value, thereby extending the service life of the cable. In addition, the pole can also be installed through the installation of split fixed bracket to install multiple cable hooks to achieve multiple transmission lines, especially in remote areas or mountainous areas, to improve the use of the poling efficiency and reduce project operating costs. Fiber optic cable hooks are made of thermoplastic molded shell, two insulated plastic wedges to form the inner clamp to improve the stability of the cable overhead suspension without harming the cable sheath and internal fiber; two stainless steel ends are pressed on top of the shell so that the stainless steel wire lanyard connects to the plastic part to form a complete hook. When recommending different cable hooks, Bonelinks takes into account local climate, cable parameters, span of suspension and other factors to provide professional service and the right size to help our customers succeed.

Temperature Range


-40℃ to 70℃ (-40°F to 158°F )


-40℃ to 70℃ (-40°F to 158°F )


-40℃ to 70℃ (-40°F to 158°F )

Mechanical Properties

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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