Fiber Optic Cabinets, Cables, Pedestals and Terminals

By Jim Pilgrim

I’m a big Glock guy; I own three, two G19s and a G26. Glock designed their revolutionary polymer frame back in the 1980s. Their guns have a brilliantly simple design; I can field strip mine in under 10 seconds. The true visionary genius is its polymer frame. Its lightweight strength has been copied by many other manufacturers over the years — Kahr, Sig, Springfield to name a few, but Glock was the first. Imitation is the greatest form of flattery. Carried by military and law enforcement worldwide for over three decades, it has proven itself indestructible after millions of rounds. Many experts in the firearm industry were very skeptical of a “plastic” gun. But they have been proven wrong and their criticism silenced.

If you need a fiber vault for your network, take a look at our HDPE (High Density Poly-Ethylene) Thermoplastic line. They have a straight wall, I-beam design with waffled walls for strength and to hold them in the ground tight, and a simple can wrench locking lid. They are lightweight so one person can handle them alone. You can drop them out of a truck and they won’t break. Try that with a Polymer-Concrete vault.

Don’t make the same mistake many experts did in the 1980s with Glock “Plastic” frames. HDPE Thermoplastics – don’t scoff.

Pull the trigger and see for yourself.