The Sticklers Fiber Optic Cleaning Fluid is an ultra-pure, nonflammable liquid cleaner specifically engineered to clean fiber optic connectors and splices. Cleaning results outperform alcohol hands down – these cleaners are fast-drying, spill-proof and leave no residue. Skip water and alcohol – go with the best choice for cleaning fiber optics with Sticklers.
This video is a trade show display piece. It quickly and accurately summarizes the Sticklers fiber optic cleaning products and briefly demonstrates their proper use. It’s a great intro to the breadth of the Stickers products and their operation. Note: This video is silent and does not have any audio.
If you’re using LC connector cleaner tools, then ninety seconds is all it will take to prove the money-saving, time-saving benefits of the 1.25mm Sticklers CleanClicker 750 end-face cleaning tools. These devices are engineered to clean LC connectors faster and more reliably than any other tool on the market today. In addition, they are refillable, which saves a lot of money and protects the environment. Cleaner networks are more reliable networks.
Special note: Now also available in the pocket-sized, 400-click cleaning tool, for working in data centers and other tight spaces!
If you’re using SC connector cleaner tools, then ninety seconds is all it will take to prove the money-saving, time-saving benefits of the 2.5mm Sticklers CleanClicker 750 end-face cleaning tools. These devices are refillable, which saves a lot of money and protects the environment. They are available in the 2.5mm and 1.25mm configurations and deliver clean end-faces quickly, reliably and inexpensively.
This is a quick explanation of the Sticklers click-to-clean fiber end-face cleaning tools, the CleanClicker tools, which are available in 1.25mm and 2.5mm sizes. These refillable tools deliver better cleaning at lower cost. Note: this video uses text and graphics only, without a sound track.
This video highlights the “Best Practices” to use when cleaning fiber end-faces. There are two common cleaning tools from which to select: lint-free swabs such as the popular CleanStixx swabs from Sticklers, or a click-to-clean tool like the best-selling CleanClickers® products. While both choices are correct, sometimes one answer is better than the other. Brian Teague, Product Manager for the Sticklers cleaning products, makes a few simple recommendations for fiber optic cleaning that will help techs save time and money. This video was updated June 2017.
An excellent review of the five principle fiber optic cleaning sticks available from Sticklers. Available in five sizes, Sticklers CleanStixx Connector Cleaning Sticks do not use foam or cloth for cleaning — find out why with this video.
The Sticklers Cassette CleanClicker is a handy, affordable tool that replaces those expensive, cartridge-style cleaning tools. this tool cleans SC duplex, FC, ST, LC duplex and unmated jumper assemblies, plus female MPO assemblies. It’s optimized for carrier networks, ideal for OSP and premises applications, enterprise applications, field installation kits, OEM assembly and even research labs. With this simple tool you can get the lowest cost-per-cleaning in the industry.
This brief, 90-second video demonstrates the best techniques for using the Cassette CleanClicker. It also shows the manner in which the tool can clean duplex connectors and even ribbon connectors quickly, easily and consistently. With the Cassette CleanClicker, your fiber is perfectly clean, every time.
Cleaning kits are extremely convenient for field techs, and that’s particularly true with fiber optic cleaning where a wide variety of tools may be required to get the job done right. In this brief but informative introduction to the Sticklers fiber optic cleaning kit, written and narrated by Jay Tourigny of MicroCare, the entire line of fiber optic cleaning kits is reviewed. Jay explains why each cleaning tool was selected to be included in the kits, and how those choices help techs save time and money.
A quick look at the four CleanWipe products from Sticklers, explaining why they were designed the way they were and how these features help companies save money. Written and narrated by Jay Tourigny of MicroCare.