LAPP SKINTOP BRUSH brass cable glands

Monday, 01 July, 2024 | Supplied by: LAPP Australia Pty Ltd

LAPP SKINTOP BRUSH brass cable glands

LAPP Australia’s range of locally stocked nickel-plated SKINTOP BRUSH brass cable glands are specially designed for copper-screened cables, where they are used to achieve a low-resistance screen contact, good strain relief and a high protection class.

These glands are suited for use in control systems, motors, frequency inverters and variable speed drives (including outdoor applications), with temperature ranges of -40 to +100°C in fixed installations or -25 to +100°C in dynamic installations.

The SKINTOP MS-M BRUSH brass cable gland features a double lamella gasket to prevent lever action on heavy cables; IP68 and IP69 protection classes (depending on the model); and fast, uncomplicated assembly and installation.

With a 360° brass brush creating a low-resistance contact between the copper braided screening and the gland, the gland is designed to provide optimum electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) screening.

For thick-walled housings, an “XL” version is available with an exceptionally long connection thread. For painted, anodised or powder-coated housings, LAPP’s SKINDICHT SM-PE-M lock nut can be used for equipotential bonding, an important electrical procedure that reduces the risk of personal injury and damage to equipment.

For more information: https://lappaustralia.com.au/en/brush-glands.

Online: lappaustralia.com.au
Phone: 1800 931 559
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