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Kuwait Oil Compnay "KOC" required a complete passive fiber optic cable network infrastructure capable of transmitting a minimum of 100 Giga bit per second signals from Security Systems, DWDM/Transmission equipment which required the construction of 1000Km duct system.
The excavation work was done in ‘Hazardous Areas’ which poses high risks. Excavation was carried out by hand, down to the required level in all types of surfaces, soils and rocks inclusive of asphalts, gatch roads/track roads and paved surfaces in part of Kuwait.
The works involved the excavation of trenches one (1) meter deep and 0.60 meter wide along the cable route to lay 2-way pipes and backfilling of the trenches after laying of pipes and compaction.
Micro tunneling was carried out for laying ducts across highways, wherever required. Electronic ball markers and cable route markers are being installed along the routes as well.
The ducts and accessories are of the latest standards of OSP installation practices of communication system. The ducts and couplers are designed to withstand high pressure, suitable to blow the jacketed fiber optic cable through sub-ducts laid inside. Sub-ducts used are internally spirally ribbed to give longer blow ability for jacketed fibre optic cables with a minimum blowing distance of 2000 meter per shot.
In general, the cable route ran parallel to existing roads and to maintain physical ring configuration and redundancy return route shall be selected on the opposite side of the road.
Supply, Installation, Testing & Commissioning of Passive Optical Fiber Cable Network Company-wide and the fiber optic cable shall meet the ITU recommendations G-655 characteristics with 48 fibers. Following specifications were required:
Project was delivered successfilly with complete satisfaction from Kuwait Oil Company.
In 1998 Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) required to select a contractor for the installation of an intra-refinery fiber optic cable plant to link a total of 26 buildings inside KNPC’s three main refineries and to install an inter-refinery fiber optic cable link between these refineries to carry high speed voice and signaling data between networks and digital exchanges, in Mina Ahmadi (MAA), Mina Shuaiba (SHU) and Mina Abdallah (MAB).
ACC planned and engineered an underground fiber optic-armored cable to provide all required facilities to support data communications in each refinery. For this turn-key project ACC carried out a detailed survey of existing underground services. The project involved hand excavations to avoid damaging the underlying cables and strict adherence to safety regulations and precautions in place.
The intra-refinery fiber optic cable plant was ready within 8 months. This plant replaced KNPC’s existing copper cable network and upgraded all required facilities to support data communications in each refinery to transmit data signals from a central location to several individual data outlet locations. Inter-refinery fiber optic cable links established a fiber optic cable link between KNPC refineries and Ministry of Communications (MOC) and implemented high speed data, voice and signaling between their own exchanges, wideband videos conferencing, e-mail and the voice and data of the trunking radio system of KNPC. KNPC upgraded their existing copper telephony network to digital and established their own ISDN network.