Cable Glands & Strain Relief Products

I was looking for a durable cable that was flexible enough to make tight turns in a confined area and not stress the cable shield. I found it at TPC.
Steve Uhlir
Operations Manager, Classic Diagnostic Imaging – Macedonia, Ohio

Aluminum Straight and 90° Grip‑Seals®

Each Grip-Seal® package includes the grip-seal body, O-ring and locking nut. 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.

 

 

Aluminum Straight Grip Seal


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
  • Straight and 90° Configurations


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.

  • MULTIPLE SEALING BUSHINGS — Provides environmental seal against dust, moisture, chemicals. One part number covers a variety of cord diameters. 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.

Resources

Product Spec Sheet  DOWNLOAD


Part Numbers

  • 55001
  • 55002
  • 55003
  • 55004
  • 55005
  • 550061
  • 55006
  • 55007
  • 55008
  • 55009
  • 55010
  • 55011
  • 55012
  • 55013
  • 55014
  • 55015
  • 55016
  • 55017
  • 55020
  • 55901
  • 55902
  • 55903
  • 55904
  • 55905
  • 55906
  • 55907
  • 55908
  • 55909
  • 55910
  • 55911
  • 55914
  • 55912
  • 55913
I was looking for a durable cable that was flexible enough to make tight turns in a confined area and not stress the cable shield. I found it at TPC.
Steve Uhlir
Operations Manager, Classic Diagnostic Imaging – Macedonia, Ohio

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