PFP Offers. Sticklers Connector Cleaning Sticks Combo Pack for commercial users Twenty S12, Twenty S25 and Ten P25. The Sticklers CleanStixx connector cleaning sticks are reliable, inexpensive tools engineered for critical cleaning of end face connectors located in mating sleeves or the contact areas of receptacles used in high-speed fiber optic networks. The various diameter cleaning sticks are color-coded for easy size selection and perfect cleaning performance on any size interconnect. Sticklers CleanStixx connector cleaning sticks get any fiber network running faster and more reliably than any other cleaning technology on the market today. Using patented, sintered polymer technology the cleaning tip is engineered to a precise size so it spins off-center during cleaning. This improves cleaning results on even the smallest end-faces. In addition, the tip flexes and fibers in the tip spread during cleaning to gently conform to any end face geometry and grab particulate while absorbing oils and fluids. Sticklers CleanStixx connector cleaning sticks are engineered to perfectly clean the entire end-face and alignment sleeve, not just the contact area.
• Cleans any connector, any size, any configuration, anywhere including military, biconic, SCA for FTTH, POF & SMA 905 AIR connectors
• Perfectly cleans the entire end-face, not just the central core
• Delivers “Wet/Dry” cleaning when used with Sticklers Fiber Optic Splice & Connector Cleaner fluid
• High-purity cleaning tips-no fabric, foam, glues or particulate
• Precision molded to exact size & shape, for better cleaning
• Packaged in high purity, reclosable bags
• Color-coded for easy selection
• Military approved with National Stock Numbers (NSN#)
• High-performance and low-cost cleaning
• Lot number listed on each sleeve for quality
20 Cleaning Sticks of S12
20 Cleaning Sticks of S25
10 Cleaning Sticks of P25
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