If your used to the FOSC case ‘gel seal’, we found it’s pretty trustworthy and 
quick. Otherwise your using headshrink with every other brand which takes some 
more time. I’ve not seen a gel seal design with any other brands but I didn’t 
search very well. 

Another option to consider is going above ground for the splices. 

Jon Langeler
Michwave Technologies, Inc.

> On Mar 11, 2018, at 6:26 PM, Chuck McCown <ch...@wbmfg.com> wrote:
> Is there any FS type lower cost splice cases out in the world yet? 
> I say FS type because everything Fiber Store does is 20% the cost of everyone 
> else.
> Hoping for something lower cost.  Not really an area you want to cut corners 
> on, but they sure are expensive.  Say you feed 144 strands in and out of a 
> typical splice case that has a port that will take 6 drops.  You will be 
> paying $120-$240 for something like that.  $20 to $40 per drop just for the 
> splice case. 
> Add in an equal amount for the hand hole, you could be in $80 per customer 
> before electronics just to make the splice. 

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