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    Cable Glands & Strain Relief Products

    Our weld lead and power lead cables are subject to extreme conditions. They lie in oils, solvents, soaps, and are subject to being run over by forklifts and other machinery. Previous to TPC, we changed out cable two to three times per year on each of our eight welding machines. Some of our machines have been equipped with TPC cable for three full years!
    Dennis D. Bullock
    Boilermaker Leadman, Northtown Diesel Shop, Burlington Northern Railroad

    Aluminum Grip-Seals® for Flat Festoon Cable

    Each Grip-Seal® package includes the grip-seal body, O-ring and locking nut. Specially designed sealing bushings for flat festoon cables. Our aluminum compression bushing and threaded body is resistant to corrosion and weathering, and has a maximum operating temperature of 250°F. The nickel-plated friction ring provides a uniform compression for a proper environmental seal against dust, moisture and chemicals.

    Product Spec Sheet
    Aluminum Grip-Seal For Flat Festoon


    Ratings / Characteristics

    • UL Listed
    • CSA
    • Suitable for Use in Hazardous Locations per Class I, Div. 2, Class II, Div. 1 & 2, and Class III, Div. 1 & 2
    • RoHS Compliant
    • Liquid Tight Seal


    Features

    • NICKEL-PLATED FRICTION RING — Provides uniform compression for a proper seal. Prevents bushing damage and results in a tight, uniform seal on the cord surface.

    • SEALING BUSHINGS FOR FLAT FESTOON CABLE — Specially designed bushing provides environmental seal against dust, moisture, chemicals. 250°F maximum operating temperature.

    • ALUMINUM COMPRESSION BUSHING AND THREADED BODY — Resistant to corrosion and weathering. Easy attachment to pendants and electrical enclosures. Available in both a 90˚ and straight configuration.

    • SEALING O-RING — Seals out oil, chemicals and other contaminants. Locknut included with each unit.



    Applications

    • Flat Festoon Systems


    Resources

    Product Spec Sheet  DOWNLOAD


    Part Numbers

    • 55031
    • 55033
    • 55034
    • 55038
    • 55035
    • 55037
    • 55032
    • 55036
    Our weld lead and power lead cables are subject to extreme conditions. They lie in oils, solvents, soaps, and are subject to being run over by forklifts and other machinery. Previous to TPC, we changed out cable two to three times per year on each of our eight welding machines. Some of our machines have been equipped with TPC cable for three full years!
    Dennis D. Bullock
    Boilermaker Leadman, Northtown Diesel Shop, Burlington Northern Railroad

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