Cable glands for securing electrical equipment

Bimed cable glands are designed to secure wire or cable to electrical equipment while providing strain relief and protection from dust, dirt, and liquids.
By AutomationDirect October 3, 2016

Bimed cable glands are designed to secure wire or cable to electrical equipment while providing strain relief and protection from dust, dirt, and liquids. Courtesy: AutomationDirectBimed cable glands are designed to secure wire or cable to electrical equipment while providing strain relief and protection from dust, dirt, and liquids. Cable glands are used in conjunction with cable and wiring throughout electrical instrumentation and automation system industries. They are also used as a sealing and termination device to ensure that the characteristics of the enclosure which the cable enters can be maintained adequately. Bimed cable glands are offered in metric (M12 to M63), Pg (PG7 to PG48), and NPT (3/8- to 1-in.) thread sizes and are available with brass or plastic housings. Bimed cable glands are IP68-rated for dust and water ingress protection.

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