Hawke 501/414 Cable Glands
Hawke 501/414 cable glands are suitable for use with non-armoured elastomer and plastic insulated cables installed in conduit for both outdoor and indoor use.
Hawke 501/414 cable glands are dual certified Exd and Exe and suitable for installation in Zone 1, Zone 2, Zone 21, Zone 22 and in Gas Groups IIA, IIB and IIC, 3.0-65.3mm outside cable diameters.
When used in increased safety applications the Hawke cable gland can be used to terminate braided cables where the braid and the cable outer sheath enter into the electrical enclosure or junction box.
♦ Exdb IIC Gb, Exe IIC Gb, Extb IIIC, Db Non-aromoured Cables ATEX & IECEx Cable Gland.
Hawke 501/414 cable gland is suitable for cable termination and installation in Zone 1 (21), Zone 2 (22) and Division 2 hazardous areas.
- Flameproof Exdb
- Increased Safety Exeb
- Dust Extb
- Dual Certified Cable Gland For Hazardous Areas ATEX – IECEx
HAWKE 501/414 CABLE GLAND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
- Hazardous Area Cable Gland Classification – Exdb IIC Gb, Exeb IIC Gb, Extb IIIC Db
- Certificate No’s – Baseefa06ATEX0056X and IECEx BAS 06.0013X
- Cable Gland Zone Location – Zone 1, Zone 2, Zone 21, Zone 22 and in Gas Groups IIA, IIB and IIC
- Construction and Test Standards – IEC/EN 60079-0, IEC/EN 60079-1, IEC/EN 60079-7 and IEC/EN 60079-31
- Ingress Protection – IP66, IP67 and IP 68 (30 metres for 7 days) to IEC/EN 60529 and NEMA 4X
- Deluge Protection – DTS01
- Operating Temperature Range -60°C to +100°C
CABLE GLAND SELECTION TABLE FOR HAWKE 501/414
|Hawke Size Ref.||Male Entry Thread Size||Female Entry Thread Size||Cable Acceptance Details||‘G’ Compressed Length||Hexagon Dimensions|
|Outer Sheath ‘B’|
|Metric||NPT *||Metric||NPT #||Standard Seal||Alternative (S) Seal||Across Flats||Across Corners|
➡ Cembre cable lugs available to crimp and terminate cable conductors to ensure complete termination of cable.
CABLE GLAND MATERIAL & FINISH
Hawke 501/414 cable glands are manufactured in Brass (standard), Nickel Plated Brass, 316 Stainless Steel or Aluminium. Brass NPT entries are nickel plated as standard.
PREPARING CABLE & GLAND FOR INSTALLING HAWKE 501/414
Pull sufficient length ‘I’ of cable through conduit/cable gland to suit equipment. Screw backnut (1) onto pre-threaded conduit/cable gland and tighten with spanner/wrench.
CABLE GLAND PREPARATION
Pass the cable through the entry (5) and seal which may have previously been fitted into the equipment.
Locate the running coupler (2) onto the entry (5) and tighten using a wrench/spanner until resistance is felt between the seal and cable, then turn the running coupler through a further half to one full turn to complete the inner seal, ensuring that entry (5) is prevented from turning and backnut (1) remains tight on the conduit. This procedure compresses the seal into contact with the cable outer sheath.
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