Prysmian 424UB Barr-A Explosion Proof Cable Gland Unarmoured Cables
Explosion Proof Cable Glands
Prysmian 424UB Barr-A is an explosion proof cable gland suitable for unarmoured marine shipboard cables preventing and controlling migrating gases in hazardous areas and potentially explosive atmospheres. The cable glands are specified for use with explosion proof equipment in Zone 1 and Zone 2 hazardous areas and Class 1, Div 1 and 2 installations – the compound forms a cable sealing barrier around the cores of the cable to prevent gas migration.
424UB cable glands are manufactured from brass with a bright nickel coated hub for enhanced corrosion protection in marine and offshore cable installations – versions that are approved to European & IECEx standards are available. For wet locations the cable gland is rated to IP66.
Prysmian 424UB Barr-A
Features & Benefits
- Fast easy cable gland installation
- Large cable termination and sealing range
- Space and weight saving explosion proof glands
- Cable glands tested to UL and CSA standards
- Class I, II & III Division 1 and 2 explosive atmosphere and hazardous area applications
- Accepted by “American Bureau of Shipping” and “Lloyds Register”
- All Prysmian cable glands are supplied with complete installation instructions
Cable Gland Selection Table For Prysmian 424UB Explosion Proof Glands
|Prysmian Gland Reference||Cable Dimensions Overall ∅ (B)||Cable Gland Dimensions||Weight|
|Design Reference||HUB Size NPT (D)||Min||Max||Hub Length (E)||Protrusion Length (F)||Hexagon||lbs|
|Standard||Fully Plated||A/F (G)||A/C (H)|
Thorne & Derrick distribute the complete range of Prysmian Cable Accessories for LV MV HV applications – this also includes cable cleats, joints and terminations for 11kV/33kV applications. For the maintenance and repair of damaged low voltage cables a complete range of LV resin cable joints are available for industrial and hazardous area locations. MV cable joints utilising cold-applied Cold Shrink technology enable the safe jointing of 11kV/33kV cables in potentially explosive atmospheres.