Wire & Cable Accessories

We needed a better cable in critical areas of our control system so TPC showed us their Super-Trex® and Trex-Onics® products but TPC challenged us to try anything to cause a failure. We decided to try the most abusive thing we could think of — run the cable over with a 60,000 lb track rig. When the initial test didn’t cause a failure, we performed a 0 degree turn, pivoting directly on the cable. The only damage to the cable was the abraded outer casing. Since this experiment 3 years ago, we have been using Super-Trex® and Trex-Onics® for our mission-critical cable assemblies, without a failure.
Al Creely
Senior Control Engineer Schramm, Inc.

Sealcon Grip-Seals® for Hazardous Duty Locations

Sealcon Grip-Seals offer electrical cable strain relief suitable for hazardous duty locations or for dust tight, high-pressure wash down, or even submersible applications.

Features:

  • LIQUID TIGHT – Submersible to 300 ft., NEMA 4x & 6 (IP68/IP69K)
  • HIGHEST PRESSURE RATING– Patented form seal meets 150 PSIG (10 BAR)
  • FLAME-PROTECTED – V0 Rated according to UL 94
  • Halogen and Phosphorous-Free Materials
  • SAFETY RATCHET DESIGN – Prevents dome from coming loose under vibration
  • LARGE SELECTION – Cable O.D. range from .08" (2 mm) to 3.54" (90 mm)
  • NON-CORROSIVE – Resistant to salt water, weak acids, weak alkalis, alcohol, esters, ketones, ether, gasoline, mineral, animal & vegetable oil
  • DURABLE– Rugged, industrial construction
  • ENVIRONMENTALLY COMPLIANT – RoHS & Deca BDE

EXIOS and EXIOS Barrier cord grips are available to meet your needs.

Sizes:

  • Available in both Metric and NPT threads.

Applications & Environments:

  • Oil & Gas Production
  • Refineries
  • Oilfield Service Companies
  • The Petroleum Industry
  • Energy/Coal
  • Process Industry
  • Paint Manufacturing
  • Chemical Industries
  • Pharmaceutical, Waste
  • Wood Processing
  • Agriculture
  • Metal
  • Food Processing
  • Recycling
  • Motion Control
  • Construction
  • Textile, Marine
  • The Industrial Manufacturing Sector

Products

EXIOS Armored + Barrier

Temperature Range:

-76°F to 185°F (-60°C to 85°C)

Approvals:

ATEX IECEx, CSA / cUS, ABS, DNV, German Lloyd, Inmetro, PCT(Gost).

Protection & Markings:

Class I, Div 2 Groups A,B,C,D; Class II, Div 1 & 2 Groups E,F,G; Class I, Zone 1 AEx de IIC Gb; Zone 20 AEx ta IIIC, T125°C Da; II 2G Ex d IIC Gb / Ex e IIC Gb; II 1D Ex ta IIIC Da IP 66/67/68; I M2 Ex d I Mb / Ex e I Mb

EXIOS Armored + Standard

Temperature Range:

-76°F to 221°F (-60°C to 105°C)

Approvals:

ATEX IECEx, CSA / cUS, ABS, DNV, German Lloyd, Inmetro, PCT(Gost).

Protection & Markings:

Class I, Div 2 Groups A,B,C,D; Class II, Div 1 & 2 Groups E,F,G; Class I, Zone 1 AEx de IIC Gb; Zone 20 AEx ta IIIC, T125°C Da; II 2G Ex de IIC Gb; II 1D Ex ta IIIC Da

EXIOS Armored + MZ Clamp

Temperature Range:

-76°F to 221°F (-60°C to 105°C)

Approvals:

ATEX IECEx, CSA / cUS, ATEX IECEx.

Protection & Markings:

Class I, Div 2 , Groups A,B,C,D; Class II, Div 1 & 2 Groups E,F,G; Class I, Zone 1 AEx de IIC Gb; Zone 20 AEx ta IIIC, T125°C Da; II 2G Ex d e IIC Gb; II 1D Ex ta IIIC Da

*For higher pull-out resistance

EXIOS Non-Armored + Barrier UL

Temperature Range:

-13°F to 185°F (-25°C to 85°C)

Approvals:

UL

Protection & Markings:

UL 2225 / UL 514B / CSA 22.2; Class I, Div 1, Groups C, D; Class I, Div 2, Groups C, D; Class II, Div 1, Groups E, F & G; Class II, Div 2, Groups E, F & G; Class I, Zone 1, AEx d IIB; Class III

EXIOS Non-Armored + A2F

Temperature Range:

-76°F to 221°F (-60°C to 105°C)

Approvals:

CSA/cUS, ATEX IECEx, ABS, DNV, German Lloyd, Inmetro, PCT(Gost).

Protection & Markings:

Class I, Div 2 , Groups A,B,C,D; Class II, Div 1 & 2 , Groups E,F,G; Class I, Zone 1, AEx de IIC Gb; Zone 20, AEx ta IIIC, T125°C Da; II 2G Ex d e IIC Gb; II 1D Ex ta IIIC Da

We needed a better cable in critical areas of our control system so TPC showed us their Super-Trex® and Trex-Onics® products but TPC challenged us to try anything to cause a failure. We decided to try the most abusive thing we could think of — run the cable over with a 60,000 lb track rig. When the initial test didn’t cause a failure, we performed a 0 degree turn, pivoting directly on the cable. The only damage to the cable was the abraded outer casing. Since this experiment 3 years ago, we have been using Super-Trex® and Trex-Onics® for our mission-critical cable assemblies, without a failure.
Al Creely
Senior Control Engineer Schramm, Inc.

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