Roxtec ComSeal Cable Transit Frame
Roxtec ComSeal cable transit frames are light-weight and are an area efficient entry seal frame for cabinets – the Roxtec frame is suitable for installation also around existing multiple or single pre-terminated cables and pipes in one opening.
Roxtec rectangular cable transit frames are used to provide a reliable cable sealing ensuring safety, efficiency and long-term operational reliability – Roxtec cable seals protect against fire, gas, water, dusts, pests, blast load and electromagnetic interference.
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Installing Roxtec ComSeal Cable Transit Frames
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- 1. Cut a rectangular opening for the frame, according to the tables above. * ø5.5 (7/32″). Drill bit size when using nuts.
- 2. Remove the protective foil from the gasket. Fasten the gasket on the side of the flange facing the wall / structure.
- 3. Insert the frame in the opening with the gasket side towards the structure.
- 4. Attach the frame firmly, using the enclosed self-tapping screws.
- 5. Lubricate the inside surfaces of the frame with Roxtec Assembly Gel, especially in the corners.
- 6. Insert the cables through the frame.
- 7. Adapt the modules, which are to hold cables or pipes. Peel off layers until you achieve the gap seen in pic. 8.
- 8. Achieve a 0.1-1.0 mm gap between the two module halves when held against the cable.
- 9. Lubricate all modules thoroughly, both on the inside and the outside surfaces, before installation.
- 10. Insert the modules from the back of the frame opening and according to the installation plan (Packing Plan). If possible, start with the largest modules.
- 11. Tighten the compression unit firmly to seal the frame. Maximum 10Nm (7.38 ft. lb). A good indication is when the assembly gel is squeezed out between the modules.