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We provide guidance and technical support for the installation of LV, MV & HV Cable Joints, Terminations, Substation & Electrical Equipment from our Key Suppliers including:

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Cable and Pipe Transits For Naval Vessels

Published 03 Sep 2021

Cable and Pipe Transits For Naval Vessels

Cable Transits & Duct Seals Increased Safety & Security With world class cable transits protecting against multiple risks, you pave the way for maximum survivability. Cable transits and duct seals from Roxtec are your solution for safety, EMI/EMP protection and blast load resistance. The vibration damping, the area efficiency...

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Sealing Cables & Pipes Using Roxtec | Battery Storage Applications

Published 30 Jul 2021

Sealing Cables & Pipes Using Roxtec | Battery Storage Applications

Cable entry seals for the energy storage industry Sealing Cabinets & Enclosures Roxtec’s area efficient seals are ideal for entries to power conversion system (PCS) enclosures, transformers, switchgear and other cabinet applications with high cable density. Protect your Low & High Voltage Electrical Equipment by an organised cable entry...

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Flexible Cable Seals for Gas Insulated Substations

Published 30 Jun 2021

Flexible Cable Seals for Gas Insulated Substations

Flexible Cable Seals “Roxtec experts responded quickly, and we saved a lot of time” The Kotlovka 220/20 kV substation in Moscow, Russia needed fire-rated, gas-tight, and removable seals for the cables coming up through the floor to the GIS room. Roxtec created a solution covering all these requirements. As...

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Data Centres | Safely Sealing LV HV Cables & Electrical Equipment

Published 14 Jun 2021

Data Centres | Safely Sealing LV HV Cables & Electrical Equipment

Data Centres Safely Sealing LV HV Cables & Electrical Equipment Due to the ever-changing data centre environment Roxtec seals were installed on several centres built for a multi-national technology company throughout the USA. With service continuity as a top priority, the company selected Roxtec system of cable transits as...

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Modular Substation Cable Termination Design | Roxtec Whitepaper

Published 11 May 2021

Modular Substation Cable Termination Design | Roxtec Whitepaper

Abstract The methods for cable penetrations into modular industrial substations are summarised using cable transits manufactured by Roxtec. The requirements for structural and environmental integrity, grounding, sealing, fire protection and ease of expansion for a cable termination system are discussed. Current methods of installation are compared to using a...

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