Sealing insert for glands M32 IP54 2x9 SKINTOP DIX-M 32 290 53332290
- EAN: 4044773163599
- Manufacturer: lapp kabel
50M LOCTITE SEAL THREAD
LID WITH SILICONE SEAL FOR 1/3 GN CONTAINERS - HENDI 881828
THERMAL INSULATION CONTAINER CATERING FOOD THERMOS SEAL LDPE GN1 / 1 200MM
BASKET GASTRO BUBBLE CONTAINER WITH A SEAL COVER FOR WASTE BIO FOOD WASTE - BROWN 240L
LID FOR GN PROFI LINE CONTAINER WITH SILICONE SEAL AND CUT FOR GN1 / 1 HANDLES 530X325MM STEEL - HENDI 804308
HOSE SEAL 3/4 & # 039; & # 039;
RUBBER SEAL 150M E WHITE
LID FOR GN CONTAINER PROFI LINE WITH SILICONE SEAL GN1 / 2 265X325MM STAINLESS STEEL - HENDI 802625
LID FOR GN PROFI LINE CONTAINER WITH SILICONE SEAL AND CUT FOR GN1 / 4 HANDLES 265X162MM STEEL - HENDI 804346
TRAPER 110/124 SEAL BROWN
COFLEX MULTI-REDUCTION CONNECTOR WITH SEAL FI40 / 50 L-305-580
GALVANIZED SEAL WIRE COIL + POLE SPOOL 1KG
COIL GALVANIZED SEAL WIRE
LID WITH SILICONE SEAL FOR 1/2 GN CONTAINERS - HENDI 881811
LID FOR GN CONTAINER PROFI LINE WITH SILICONE SEAL GN1 / 6 176X162MM STAINLESS STEEL - HENDI 802656
SILICONE PERFECT SEAL TITANIUM 280ML GRAY
RUBBER SEAL 6M E WHITE
LID FOR GN CONTAINER PROFI LINE WITH SILICONE SEAL GN2 / 3 354X325MM STAINLESS STEEL - HENDI 802618
SEAL TAP FOR ROYAL CATERING RCSS-10 INTERNAL DIAMETER. 27MM EXTERN. 37MM
COFLEX MULTI-REDUCTION CONNECTOR WITH SEAL FI32 / 40, L-270-570
GALVANIZED SEAL WIRE, SECTIONS L300MM
RUBBER SEAL 6M D WHITE
PACKING MACHINE VACUUM SEALING MACHINE DOUBLE SEAL PROFI LINE 430 MM 550 W - HENDI 297391
Electrical gaskets Electrical gaskets are used to ensure tightness of electrical equipment enclosures, cabinets and switchgears as well as places of cable or wire entry into enclosures. In this case, they not only protect the interior of the enclosure against the ingress of dust or liquids, but also protect cables and wires from mechanical damage (e.g. cutting the insulation through a sharp edge of an opening in a metal enclosure).Gaskets are also used to provide greater IP protection for electrical equipment.
Application of gaskets in the electrical industry
The most common electrical gaskets are made of rubber, which is an inexpensive material, yet malleable, durable and resistant to both water, temperature, electricity and sound waves. It works perfectly in electrical engineering, although a big competition for it is silicone. More aesthetic, transparent if necessary, it has its raison d'être wherever the appearance of the seal is important.
Another sealing material used in electrical power engineering is fibra, which is made from pressed cotton paper or cellulose soaked then with zinc chloride. Thus created material is an excellent sealing material resistant to water, kerosene derivatives and inert liquids. Fibre is used in electrical engineering, but most often as an insulator in electric motors, transformers and pumps.
Apart from rubber, silicone and fibre gaskets, other sealants are used in electrical engineering, such as polyurethane resins to create durable seals in cable joints and similar applications.
Electrical gaskets for enclosures, conduits and fittings
The market for electrical sealing products mainly includes adhesive seals in the form of tape, edge protectors, seals dedicated to electrical fittings and cable entries of various cross-sections.
Sealing of enclosures
Equipment housings and electrical and control cabinets are usually constructed in such a way, that they protect the installed equipment against penetration of objects, which can cause damage to the equipment, as well as against water, which not only damages the electronics and electrical equipment, but in combination with current poses a serious threat to life. The degree of protection provided by a given enclosure is indicated by the IP coefficient, and its value is influenced, among others, by the use of edge seals in the doors of enclosures.
Edge seals in electrical engineering are mainly made of rubber, which is an excellent dielectric and at the same time a cheap and easy material to process. However, silicone gaskets are also available on the market, as well as gaskets made of other materials with parameters ensuring adequate sealing of enclosures.
Sealing cable and wire connections to enclosures
Glands, also called cable glands or cable glands, are used for sealing cable connections to enclosures. Glands are small elements made of rubber or plastic, allowing cables or wires to pass through the walls of electrical cabinets or equipment enclosures. Grommets are available individually or in sets, e.g. in the form of frames with several or even tens of sealed holes. Single cable glands are used to supply power to electrical devices with one cable, whereas multiple cable glands are used in electrical switchboards, control cabinets and rack cabinets, where all cables supplying external devices are led out, e.g. at the base of the enclosure.
Sealing of electrical equipment
Electrical equipment in the form of sockets, switches and installation boxes available on the market is characterised by varying degrees of IP protection. Sockets and switches used in flush-mounted installations inside rooms with normal conditions (average humidity, room temperature, no exposure to water, no aggressive chemical agents or dust emissions) are designed to protect against contact with live parts (i.e. live wires inside the switch, socket or box). For this purpose it is enough to have IP 20 rating.
In rooms which are more exposed to water, e.g. in bathrooms or laundries, it is recommended to use sockets and switches with a higher degree of protection IP 44. Therefore sockets and switches are equipped with gaskets, and sockets are additionally equipped with a flap - in this case the gaskets serve to increase the degree of protection of sockets and switches.