Cable Glands For Hazardous Locations

The glands perform in temperatures from -60°C to 105°C (-76°F to 221°F) and offer a unique clamping system which allows one grommet to support a large range of cable O.D. variance, says the company.

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Macedonia, OH TPC Wire & Cable Corp. announces a new product family of non-armored cable glands specifically designed for hazardous locations. The glands perform in temperatures from -60°C to 105°C (-76°F to 221°F) and offer a unique clamping system which allows one grommet to support a large range of cable O.D. variance. The National Electric Code (NEC) refers to Hazardous Locations as an area where fire or explosion hazards exist due to flammable gasses or vapors, flammable liquids, combustible dust or ignitable fibers or filings. TPC Wire’s cable glands have North American approval ratings – CSA, cUS, NEC – as well as European certifications – per IECEx they are dual certified for Ex-d and Ex-e environments plus meeting ATEX Standards. Additional ratings include ABS, DNV, Lloyd, Inmetro and PCT GOST.

For more information, please visit www.tpcwire.com.

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