Whether by land or by sea, it is important to ensure that the laying of the cables is state of the art, to ensure optimal operation of your systems and to minimize damage and risk of accidents.
There are different types of cables, each of which responds to a specific objective. There are power cables that connect the various user devices to the electrical network, or power cables. Network cables, on the other hand, connect computers to network switches or other equipment that need a connection, signal cables carry any signal from the source to the amplifiers, such as audio signals, or any equipment that needs it.
In order to function properly, each of these cables must be properly laid and arranged, avoiding tensions and overlaps that could damage them and avoiding the use of the same conduits for multiple cables. In fact, the creation of hollow roads is of great importance as they are what protect the cables over the years. For this you must not overload them and you must avoid that some cables are placed side by side with others. For example, it is not recommended to combine LAN cables with electrical network cables.
The need for accurate, reliable and correct work increases in the case of laying cables in the naval sector. In fact, the cables to be installed on ships must meet numerous criteria and be certified. They must be easy to install, light and compact, resistant to water and fire, as well as guaranteeing the safety of passengers and crew.
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Sea Smart Service will follow every step of the process, from the laying of the cables to the construction of the cable roads, where necessary, up to the commissioning, to guarantee a safe, reliable and complete service.