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Installation Instructions For Cable Gland Type A2F

Certificate References: SIRA 06 ATEX 1097X IECEx SIR 06.0039X


PLEASE READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE BEGINNING THE INSTALLATION It is not necessary to dismantle the cable gland any further than illustrated below

Entry Component

Outer Seal Nut

1. Secure the complete gland into the equipment

2. Determine the conductor length required to suite the geometry of the equipment and prepare the cable accordingly, removing part of the outer sheath where required to reveal the insulated conductors.

3. Ensure that the seal (located within the entry item) is in a relaxed state by loosening the outer seal nut

4. If required pass the shroud over the cable. Pass the cable through the gland to desired position, then tighten the outer seal nut by hand into the entry item until heavy resistance is felt, then rotate one full turn with a spanner

Document Reference: FI 200 Issue 3 06/07


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Installation Instructions For Cable Gland Type CWe


Certificate References: SIRA 06 ATEX 1097X IECEx SIR 06.0042X
FOR DIRECT ENTRY INSTALLATION - PLEASE READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE BEGINNING THE INSTALLATION It is not necessary to dismantle the cable gland any further than illustrated below C R Sub Assembly B

Entry Component

Detachable Cone

AnyWay Clamping Ring

Body

Outer Seal Nut

1. If required fit shroud over the cable outer sheath Prepare the cable by removing the cable outer sheath and the armour to suit the geometry of the equipment. Remove a further 18mm (maximum) of outer sheath to expose the armour. If applicable remove any tapes or wrappings to expose the cable inner sheath. Separate the cable gland entry component from sub-assembly B. Ensuring that the outer seal is relaxed, pass sub-assembly B over the cable outer sheath and armour followed by the AnyWay clamping ring (R). Note: On maximum size cables the clamping ring may only pass over the armour.

2. Secure the entry component into the equipment as indicated.

3. Locate the detachable armour cone (C) into the recess of the entry component. Pass cable through entry component and evenly spacing the armour around the cone.

4. Whilst continuing to push the cable forward to maintain the armour in contact with the cone tighten the body of sub-assembly B onto entry component (as illustrated below).

5. Ensure the two components make metal to metal contact.

6. Tighten the outer seal nut until either: i) the outer seal nut makes metal to metal contact with the gland body, or ii) the outer seal nut has clearly engaged the cable and cannot be further tightened without the use of excessive force by the installer. This completes the procedure for direct entry installation. Please see overleaf for remote installation

Document Reference: FI 227 Issue 2 06/07


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Installation Instructions For Cable Gland Type CWe


Certificate References: SIRA 06 ATEX 1097X IECEx SIR 06.0042X
FOR REMOTE INSTALLATION - PLEASE READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE BEGINNING THE INSTALLATION 1. If required fit shroud over the cable outer sheath Prepare the cable by removing the cable outer sheath and the armour to suit the geometry of the equipment. Remove a further 18mm (maximum) of outer sheath to expose the armour. If applicable remove any tapes or wrappings to expose the cable inner sheath. Separate the cable gland entry component from sub-assembly B. Ensuring that the outer seal is relaxed, pass sub-assembly B over the cable outer sheath and armour followed by the AnyWay clamping ring (R). Note: On maximum size cables the clamping ring may only pass over the armour. 2. Locate the detachable armour cone (C) into the recess of the entry component. Pass cable through entry component evenly spacing the armour around the cone.

3. Hold the entry component, and whilst continuing to push the cable forward to maintain the armour in contact with the cone tighten the body of sub-assembly B onto entry component ensuring the two components make metal to metal contact. For clearance hole installation secure gland with locknut, and serrated washer, if required

4. For threaded entry holes it is necessary to disconnect sub-assembly B from the entry component. Secure entry component into the equipment as indicated.

5. Pass the cable assembly through the entry component.

6. Hold the entry component, then re-tighten sub-assembly B ensuring the two components are fully tightened.

7. Tighten the outer seal nut until either: i) the outer seal nut makes metal to metal contact with the gland body, or ii) the outer seal nut has clearly engaged the cable and cannot be further tightened without the use of excessive force by the installer. This completes the procedure for remote installation.

Document Reference: FI 227 Issue 2 06/07


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Installation Instructions For Cable Gland Type E1FW


Certificate References: SIRA 06 ATEX 1097X IECEx SIR 06.0043X
FOR DIRECT ENTRY INSTALLATION - PLEASE READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE BEGINNING THE INSTALLATION It is not necessary to dismantle the cable gland any further than illustrated below Sub Assembly A C R Sub Assembly B

Entry Component

Main Item

Detachable Cone

AnyWay Clamping Ring

Body

Outer Seal Nut

1. If required fit shroud over the cable outer sheath. Prepare the cable by removing the cable outer sheath and the armour to suit the geometry of the equipment. Remove a further 18mm (maximum) of outer sheath to expose the armour. If applicable remove any tapes or wrappings to expose cable inner sheath. Separate the gland into two sub-assemblies A & B. Ensuring that the outer seal is relaxed, pass sub-assembly B over the cable outer sheath and armour followed by the AnyWay clamping ring (R). Note: On maximum size cables the clamping ring may only pass over the armour.

2. Ensure that the inner seal is relaxed and secure sub-assembly A into the equipment as indicated.

3. Locate the detachable armour cone (C) into the recess of sub-assembly A. Pass cable through sub-assembly A, evenly spacing the armour around the cone.

4. Whilst continuing to push the cable forward to maintain the armour in contact with the cone tighten the main item by hand until heavy resistance is achieved, then tighten a further full turn with a spanner.

5. Hold the main item with a spanner then tighten sub-assembly B onto sub-assembly A ensuring the two components make metal to metal contact.

6. Tighten the outer seal nut until either: i) the outer seal nut makes metal to metal contact with the gland body, or ii) the outer seal nut has clearly engaged the cable and cannot be further tightened without the use of excessive force by the installer. This completes the procedure for the direct entry installation. Please see overleaf for remote installation

Document Reference: FI 242 Issue 3 06/07


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Installation Instructions For Cable Gland Type E1FW


Certificate References: SIRA 06 ATEX 1097X IECEx SIR 06.0043X
FOR REMOTE INSTALLATION - PLEASE READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE BEGINNING THE INSTALLATION 1. If required fit shroud over the cable outer sheath. Prepare the cable by removing the cable outer sheath and the armour to suit the geometry of the equipment. Remove a further 18mm of outer sheath to expose the armour. If applicable remove any tapes or wrappings to expose cable inner sheath. Separate the gland into two sub-assemblies A & B. Ensuring that the outer seal is relaxed, pass sub-assembly B over the cable outer sheath and armour followed by the AnyWay clamping ring (R). Note: On maximum size cables the clamping ring may only pass over the armour. 2. Locate the detachable armour cone (C) into the recess of sub-assembly A. Pass cable through sub-assembly A, evenly spacing the armour around the cone.

3. Hold the main item with a spanner then tighten the sub-assembly B onto sub-assembly A ensuring the two components make metal to metal contact. Disconnect sub-assembly B from sub-assembly A

4. Ensure that the inner seal is relaxed and secure sub-assembly A into the equipment as indicated.

5. Pass cable through sub-assembly A. Tighten the main item by hand until heavy resistance is achieved, then tighten a further full turn with a spanner.

6. Hold the main item with a spanner, then re-tighten the sub-assembly B onto sub-assembly A ensuring the two components are fully tightened

7. Tighten the outer seal nut until either: i) the outer seal nut makes metal to metal contact with the gland body, or ii) the outer seal nut has clearly engaged the cable and cannot be further tightened without the use of excessive force by the installer. This completes the procedure for remote installation.

Document Reference: FI 242 Issue 3 06/07


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Installation Instructions For Cable Gland Type CX


FOR DIRECT ENTRY INSTALLATION - PLEASE READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE BEGINNING THE INSTALLATION It is not necessary to dismantle the cable gland any further than illustrated below C R Sub Assembly B

Entry Component

Detachable Cone

AnyWay Clamping Ring

Body

Outer Seal Nut

1. If required fit shroud over the cable outer sheath Prepare the cable by removing the cable outer sheath and the armour to suit the geometry of the equipment. Remove a further 18mm (maximum) of outer sheath to expose the armour. If applicable remove any tapes or wrappings to expose the cable inner sheath. Separate the cable gland entry component from sub-assembly B. Ensuring that the outer seal is relaxed, pass sub-assembly B over the cable outer sheath and armour followed by the AnyWay clamping ring (R). Note: On maximum size cables the clamping ring may only pass over the armour.

2. Secure the entry component into the equipment as indicated.

3. Locate the detachable armour cone (C) into the recess of the entry component. Pass cable through the entry component evenly spacing the armour around the cone.

4. Whilst continuing to push the cable forward to maintain the armour in contact with the cone tighten the body of sub-assembly B onto the entry component (as illustrated below).

5. Ensure the two components make metal to metal contact.

6. Tighten the outer seal nut until either: i) the outer seal nut makes metal to metal contact with the gland body, or ii) the outer seal nut has clearly engaged the cable and cannot be further tightened without the use of excessive force by the installer. This completes the procedure for direct entry installation. Please see overleaf for remote installation

Document Reference: FI 230 Issue 3 06/07


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Installation Instructions For Cable Gland Type CX


FOR REMOTE INSTALLATION - PLEASE READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE BEGINNING THE INSTALLATION 1. If required fit shroud over the cable outer sheath Prepare the cable by removing the cable outer sheath and the armour to suit the geometry of the equipment. Remove a further 18mm (maximum) of outer sheath to expose the armour. If applicable remove any tapes or wrappings to expose the cable inner sheath. Separate the cable gland entry component from sub-assembly B. Ensuring that the outer seal is relaxed, pass sub-assembly B over the cable outer sheath and armour followed by the AnyWay clamping ring (R). Note: On maximum size cables the clamping ring may only pass over the armour. 2. Locate the detachable armour cone (C) into the recess of the entry component. Pass cable through entry component evenly spacing the armour around the cone.

3. Hold the entry component, and whilst continuing to push the cable forward to maintain the armour in contact with the cone tighten the body of sub-assembly B onto entry component ensuring the two components make metal to metal contact. For clearance hole installation secure gland with locknut and serrated washer, if required.

4. For threaded entry holes it is necessary to disconnect sub-assembly B from the entry component. Secure entry component into the equipment as indicated.

5. Pass the cable assembly through the entry component.

6. Hold the entry component, then re-tighten sub-assembly B ensuring the two components are fully tightened.

7. Tighten the outer seal nut until either: i) the outer seal nut makes metal to metal contact with the gland body, or ii) the outer seal nut has clearly engaged the cable and cannot be further tightened without the use of excessive force by the installer. This completes the procedure for remote installation.

Document Reference: FI 230 Issue 3 06/07


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TECHNICAL DATA
CABLE GLAND TYPE INGRESS PROTECTION CABLE TYPE (S) PROCESS CONTROL SYSTEM ATEX / CENELEC APPROVAL COMPLIANCE CODE ATEX CERTIFICATION DETAIL : PX2K : IP66, IP67, IP68 : WIRE ARMOUR,TAPE ARMOUR, STRIP ARMOUR, & WIRE BRAID : BS EN ISO 9001 - 2000 : Ex d / Ex e / Ex nR Equipment in Zone 1, Zone 2, Zone 21 & Zone 22, Gas Group IIA, IIB & IIC : EN60079-0; 2004, EN60079-1; 2004, EN60079-7; 2003, EN60079-15; 2005, EN50281-1-1; 1998 : II 2/3 GD - SIRA06ATEX1097X

SIRA 06 ATEX 1097 X 0518 Ex d IIC/Ex e II/Ex nR/Ex tD A21 Category 2/3 GD IP66, IP67, IP68 Deluge Protection DTS01 : 91

GOST APPROVAL : POCC GB 05.00110 ZONE I, Ex d IIC & Ex e II TO : 60079-0-98, 60079-1-99, 60079-14-96

IECEx SIR 06.0044X Ex d IIC/Ex e II/Ex nR/Ex tD A21 IP66 To IEC 60079-0;2004, 60079-1;2003, 600797;2006, 61241-0;2004, 61241-1;2004

MARINE APPROVALS ABS : 01-LD 234401-PDA LLOYDS REGISTER SHIPPING (LRS) : 01/00172 DET NORSKE VERITAS (DNV) : E-6157

HAZARDOUS AREA CLASSIFICATION

SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR SAFE USE


These Cable Glands shall not be used where the temperature at the point of mounting is below -60C or exceeds 100C These Cable Glands are only suitable for fixed installations cables must be effectively clamped to prevent pulling or twisting The entry thread component may need additional sealing to maintain the IP rating as applicable to the associated equipment to which the cable gland will be attached.

ASSEMBLY FITTING INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION OF CMP CABLE GLAND TYPE PX2K
FOR TERMINATION OF CABLES WITH WIRE BRAID, TAPE ARMOUR (STA / DSTA), STRIP ARMOUR, & SINGLE WIRE ARMOUR (SWA), AND INTENDED FOR USE IN POTENTIALLY FLAMMABLE ATMOSPHERES (HAZARDOUS AREAS)

ACCESSORIES
The following accessories are available from CMP Products, as optional extras, to assist with fixing, sealing and earthing :Locknut | Earth Tag | Serrated Washer | Entry Thread (I.P.) Sealing Washer | Shroud *

CORRECT TOOLS
Always use the correct tools, as incorrect tools will inevitably lead to mistakes, potential damage and/or personal injury. Gloves are recommended when handling and terminating cables and cable glands. Dedicated Cable Gland spanners for each cable gland size are available from CMP Products, and these are recommended for installing the product correctly. Adjustable spanners and wrenches are not recommended as there is a possibility of slippage that can lead to accidental injury or damage to surface finish. Any sharp tools, instruments or knives used to cut or strip the cable sheath should be equipped with a safety blade or other safety feature consistent with the tool design and intended use. Braid snips should be used to remove unwanted or excess cable braid. Ensure that braid snips are in good condition and effectively sharp enough to enable a first time clean cut of the cable braid without snagging. A hacksaw, or other similar tool, should be used to cut armour wires. Hacksaw blades should be checked regularly and replaced when worn, or whenever evidence that a consistent first time clean cut is no longer possible. Note, when cutting armour wires, care should be taken to avoid cutting into the inner cable sheath beneath the armour wires. Please refer to CMP Products in sourcing tools if required, who would be happy to assist. Safety and personal protection should be given priority over all other considerations.

INCORPORATING EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY TO DIRECTIVE 94/9/EC

GENERAL INSTALLATION GUIDANCE


BS EN 60079 -10 -2003 Classification of Hazardous Areas BS EN 60079 -14 -2003 Electrical Installations in Hazardous Areas (other than mines). Please refer to the selection guide in clause 10.4.2 for Ex d applications. Installation should only be carried out by a competent person, skilled in the installation of cable glands Care should be taken to avoid damage to entry threads when handling and installing cable glands
CMP Document No. FI256 Issue 1 05/07 CMP Document No. FI256 Issue 1 05/07

Depending upon the specific form of protection of the main equipment it may be necessary to fit an I.P. sealing washer, at the cable entry interface, to maintain the appropriate Ingress Protection levels. For Increased Safety (Ex e) equipment, or Increased Safety terminal chambers found on Ex de equipment, a sealing washer is essential to maintain the minimum Ingress Protection rating, and should always be fitted. For other forms of protection, e.g. Flameproof Ex d apparatus, the inclusion of a sealing washer is optional. CMP (I.P.) Sealing Washers, which are installed at the cable entry interface, between the equipment enclosure and the cable entry device (cable gland) have been 3rd party tested in Ingress Protection tests to BS EN 60529 Always ensure that the correct fixing accessories provided by CMP Products are used, as appropriate to secure the cable glands into the mating equipment. In addition to (I.P.) Sealing Washers, CMP Products are also able to provide Locknuts, Earth Tags, and Serrated Washers which should be used as appropriate to the equipment configuration. Usually for any equipment other than Ex d apparatus, it will be necessary to use as a minimum a Locknut, and also a Serrated Washer if the enclosure of the equipment or application requires it.The addition of an Earth Tag will depend upon the earth continuity provision of the enclosures installed. Cable Gland seals are included within the cable gland when despatched from the factory.There should be no circumstances where seals need to be removed from the cable gland. Care should be taken to avoid exposure of cable gland seals to dirt, hostile substances, e.g. solvents, and other foreign bodies. Cable Gland components are not interchangeable with those of any other cable gland manufacturer. It is important to note that components from one manufacturer's product cannot be used in that of another, and that modification of a cable gland product will invalidate the hazardous area certification. The cable gland is not a user serviceable product and spare parts are not permitted to be supplied under the certification. Cable Glands should not be installed whilst circuits are live. Similarly, following energising of the electrical circuits, cable glands should not be dismantled or opened until the circuit has been safely de-energised.
I, the undersigned, hereby declare that the equipment referred to herein conforms to 94/9/EC directive.

Geof Mood - Technical Director (Authorised Person)

Notified Body: Sira Certification Service, Rake Lane, Chester CH4 9JN, England.

0518

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ASSEMBLY FITTING INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION OF CABLE GLAND TYPE PX2K


CMP type PX2K Triple certified flameproof (type "d"),Increased Safety(type "e"), and Restricted Breathing(type nR) Cable gland for all types of Armoured Cables providing an inner Flameproof compound barrier seal around the individual cable cores and an environmental seal on the cable outer sheath. Also equipped with an integral Deluge Protection seal to prevent premature armour corrosion and an armour clamping facility suitable for Steel Wire Armour, Strip Armour, Braided or Steel Tape Armour Type Cables.The cable gland also provides electrical continuity via armour termination. Suitable for use in Zone 1, Zone 2, Zone 21 and Zone 22 Hazardous Areas.

The following instructions should be followed when terminating barrier type cable glands onto cables containing Drain Wire/s. A) When Using Drain Wire/s with heat/cold shrink tubing i) ii) Proceed with steps 1 to 6 of the installation instructions opposite, with the following additional steps. Apply the compound into the crutch of the cable for a distance of approximately 6mm. Push a 100mm minimum length of heat shrink sleeve over the Drain Wire/s to butt against the epoxy putty compound. Apply heat to gently shrink the sleeve evenly around the wire to extrude all air. Continue with step 7 of the installation instructions opposite.

CABLE GLAND COMPONENTS


1. 2. 3. 4. 5a. 5b. Compound Entry Component A Compound Tube O Ring Grooved Cone (XYZ) Stepped Cone (W) 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Body AnyWay Clamping Ring Outer Seal Outer Seal Nut Ferrule

Entry Component A
2 4 3 5a

6 7

10

Sub-Assembly B

iii) iv)

5b

v)

PLEASE READ INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE BEGINNING INSTALLATION


1. The PX2K Cable Gland is supplied as a Universal Kit, with two armour cones to suit a variety of cable armour types. One cone is grooved (5a) and the other is stepped (5b) for ease of identification.The grooved armour cone (5a), is suitable for Strip Armour,Tape Armour, and Braided Cables, and the the stepped armour cone (5b) is suitable for Wire Armour (SWA) cables. 2. Separate the cable gland into Entry Component A and Sub-Assembly B, noting that items 3, 5 (a or b) and 7 are loose items, as shown in fig. 1. Pass sub-assembly B and AnyWay Clamping Ring (7) over the cable, seal nut (9) first. Select the correct cone for the type of cable to be terminated.The illustrations on the following page show a braid armour cable termination. 3. Determine the conductor length required and strip back cable outer sheath and braid or armour to suit the equipment geometry. Expose the cable braid or armour further so that it can be formed around the armour cone (5a or 5b), by stripping the outer sheath to Length L.This length may vary slightly depending upon diameter of the cable. See fig 2 and table opposite for guidance. 4. Insert the armour cone (5 a or b) into the entry component A (2) and pass the cable through these items until the braid or armour is formed around the cone see fig. 3. (Note :This operation can be done either remotely from the equipment, or with the entry component A (2) secured into the equipment enclosure see also steps 9a & 9b below).Tighten the body (6) to the entry component A (2) locking the armour. Unscrew the body (6) from the entry component and withdraw the cable. 5. Remove any bedding, fillers or tapes from around the conductors at point R, in readiness for application of epoxy resin barrier compound, avoiding damage to the conductor insulation. It is important that the compound is correctly mixed and applied as this will form the flameproof or (explosion proof) seal.Thoroughly mix the two part compound in equal proportions to a uniform colour and a soft pliable consistency. Plastic gloves are provided for personal protection whilst handling the compound. 6. For Drain Wire terminations see further instructions opposite, or otherwise if no drain wires present continue with step 7 below. 7. Separate the conductors and pack compound into the crutch of the cable, between and around the conductors. Bring the conductors back together, and apply the compound further around the cable conductors to a diameter sufficient to fill the armour cone and compound tube.The compound should be applied around and between the conductors to a length not exceeding that of the compound tube (3), ending in a taper (minimum length of filled compound 20mm) (fig 4). 8. Pass the compound tube (3) over the conductors and compound, and push it firmly until it is fully located with the armour cone (5 a or b). Pack the compound into the end of the compound tube (3) ensuring that it is filled completely. Remove any excess compound from all external surfaces to ensure that the components can be assembled without obstruction, and that the flameproof paths are not impaired. 9a. Direct make-off into Equipment i) Secure Entry Component A (2) into the equipment. ii) Slacken the outer seal nut (9) to ensure that the seal is relaxed. iii) Carefully pass the cable assembly through the Entry Component A (2) ensuring that the compound is not disturbed. iv) With the compound tube located in the Entry Component A (2) tighten body item (6) into Entry component A (2). v) Using a standard spanner, tighten the Outer Seal Nut (9) onto the body (6) until it comes to an effective stop.This will occur when i. The Outer Seal Nut (9) is metal to metal with the body (6) of the cable gland, or ii. The Outer Seal has clearly engaged the cable and cannot be further tightened without the use of excessive force by the installer. vi) The cable gland must be left to cure undisturbed, until the compound has hardened before the cable conductors are terminated. 9b. Remote make-off i) With the outer seal nut (9) slackened, to ensure that the seal is relaxed, carefully pass the Entry Component A (2) over the cable assembly ensuring that the compound is not disturbed. ii) With the compound tube (3) located in the Entry Component A (2) carefully tighten the Entry Component A (2) and body item (6) together to complete the cable gland assembly in true alignment. iii) The cable gland must be left to cure undisturbed, until the compound has hardened. iv) After the compound has cured, dismantle the assembly by reversing step ii. above, remove the Entry Component A (2) and secure this into the equipment. v) Ensure that the outer seal nut (9) is relaxed. vi) Carefully pass the cable assembly through the Entry Component A (2). vii) With the compound tube located in the Entry Component A (2) tighten body item (6) onto Entry Component A (2). viii) Using a standard spanner, tighten the Outer Seal Nut (9) onto the body (6) until it comes to an effective stop.This will occur when i. The Outer Seal Nut (9) is metal to metal with the body (6) of the cable gland, or ii. The Outer Seal has clearly engaged the cable and cannot be further tightened without the use of excessive force by the installer. This completes the termination.

B) When insulating Drain Wire/s or Screens with separate insulated connection i) ii) Proceed with steps 1 to 6 of the installation instructions opposite, with the following additional steps. When cable is provided with screen wires remove a further 15mm of outer sheathing to expose the screens.

iii) Unravel the screen wires and twist together to form one single conductor. It may be necessary to cut out and remove some of the screen wires prior to the next step. iv) Crimp or solder an insulated conductor to the screen conductor by the use of an insulated butt ferrule.The length of the insulated conductor will be determined by the distance to the point of the earth connection within the equipment. IMPORTANT, there must be a minimum of 10mm of the epoxy resin compound applied both before and after the crimped connection. Continue with step 7 of the installation instructions opposite.

v) vi)

CABLE GLAND SIZE CABLE STRIP LENGTH L


Entry Threads

20S/16, 20S, 20 12 mm

25S, 25, 32, 40 15 mm


Compound & Seal Ranges

50S, 50, 63S, 63 18 mm


Armour Range
Grooved Cone Plain Cone

75S, 75, 90 20 mm
Cable Gland Selection Table

Min. Gland Size Standard Metric Optional NPT Thread Length

Max Dia. over conductors & Max No. of Cores

Overall Cable Diameter

Max Dia. Across Corners

Order Reference

20S/16 20S 20

M20

25S 32 25

M25

M25

M25

M20

1/2 3/4 1 3/4

1/2

1/2

PG13.5 PG21 PG29 PG36 PG36 PG21 PG16

PG11

PG

50S 63S 75S 90 75 63 50

40

M32

M50 M63 M63

M50

M40

1-1/2 2 2

1-1/4

M75 M90 M75

2-1/2 3

PG48 -

PG42

2-1/2 3

15 20

15

15

15

15

15

15

15

15

15

15

15

15

12.6 12.6

Dia

Core

12.6

17.5 30.0 23.6 36.6

17.5

10 30 60 30

10

10

Min

18.0 26.0

14.0

12.5

9.5

7.0

Max

15.9 20.9 22.0 26.2

13.4

Min

Max

100

22.9 35.0

33.9 40.4 46.7

0 0

1.0

Min

1.0

0.9

Max

1.0

0.9

1.0

1.0

47.9 59.9 75.7 64.3 53.7

41.0

100 100

1.0

1.25 1.6 2.0 2.0 1.6

1.25

0.9

1.25 1.6 1.6

1.25

1.25

33.3

33.3

20S16PX2K 20SPX2K 20PX2K

39.9 51 61

33.3

1.0

2.0

39.9

25SPX2K 25PX2K 32PX2K

100 120

38.0 45.6 54.6

59.9 72.1 78.5 90.4 65.9

53.1

120 120

120

57.0 69.2 60.4

1.0

2.0

1.0

2.5

1.0

1.0

2.5

2.5

1.0

1.0

1.6

3.15

2.5

2.5

2.5

2.5

2.5

2.5 2.5

83.1 99.8 128.6 111 88.7

77.8

66.5

50SPX2K 63SPX2K 75SPX2K 90PX2K 75PX2K 63PX2K 50PX2K

40PX2K

3.15

All Dimensions in Millimetres * For IP67 & IP68 requirements the Overall Cable Diameter (minimum value) shown above should be increased by 1.0 mm to ensure complete compliance.