BXA: Nylon Strain Relief

Traditionally metal strain relief has been the answer for tough industrial applications. Now, the new high impact BXA cable gland offers a rugged, corrosion resistant, and a low cost solution. By fiber reinforcing, we can have an impact resistance of seven joules. Having all the major hazardous approvals, the BXA can be used on almost all insulations.
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-Material: Black Fiber Reinforced Nylon
-Approvals: CSA, ATEX, IECEx
-Protection Rating: IP68 (10 bar)
-Temperature Range: -4 degrees F to 185 degrees F (-20 C to 85 C)
-High Impact Resistance: 7 Joule
-IECEx Certificate of Conformity: IECEx BVS 14.0020X
-Low Smoke:Halogen-free (V0)
-Sizes: M12 – M63, NPT 3/8″ – NPT 1 1/2″
-ATEX Certificate: BVS 14 ATEX E 025 X
-CSA Certificate: 70010389


Now available for low voltage applications! (BXI)

Posted on 17 Aug 2016

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