The cable gland provides mechanical cable retention and electrical continuity via armour wire termination. A detachable armour cone and Anyway universal clamping ring arrangement allows the cable to be easily disconnected from the equipment, for maintenance and change out etc.
This feature also facilitates remote make-off procedures when the termination is to be conducted in confined spaces or in areas of restricted access. Separate tightening actions for the inner displacement seal and the armour termination affords maximum control over the pressure applied to the cable inner bedding.
The CMP E1W range of industrial cable glands is designed and tested to BS 6121:Part 1:1989, meets or surpasses the requirements of EN 50262:1999, and is produced from Brass grade CuZn39Pb3 (CW614N0 to EN12168. Other materials, including Aluminium are also available in this standard design.
BS 6121:Part 1:1989, EN 50262:1999
EN 50262 Mechanical Classifications
Retention = Class B, Impact = Level 8,
EN 50262 Electrical Classifications
Category A without use of an Earth Tag and Category B with an Earth Tag.
Continuous Operating Temperature
-60°C to +150°C
Ingress Protection Rating
IP66 (IP67/IP68 also available)
Standard Gland Material
Electroless Nickel Plated Brass
Alternative Gland Material
Stainless Steel, Aluminium
CMP Formulated Thermoplastic Elastomer
Single Wire Armour (SWA)
Detachable Armour Cone & Anyway Universal Clamping Ring
CMP Inner Displacement Seal & Unique CMP “LRS” ™ Outer Seal (Load Retention Seal)
Cable Inner Bedding & Cable Outer Sheath
Entry Thread Seal
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