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EASY TO CLEAN BLUEGLOBE CABLE GLANDS FROM TREOTHAM

04-04-2016
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Treotham has recently partnered up with Pflitsch to bring Australia and New Zealand extremely high quality and reliable cable glands made in Germany.

The Pflitsch blueglobe CLEAN Plus is the first cable gland to be certified to the high EHEDG standard and given BGN approval, making it suitable for food, pharmaceutical, chemical and clean room applications.

The easy to clean cable glands offer a hygienic design with smooth and round surfaces in contact with the wrench, and no cavities, gaps or external threads. This leaves no chance for residue adherence or the build up of bacteria.

The glands feature superior corrosion protection with the high quality stainless steel grade 1.4404/AISI316L gland body and plastic seals that comply with FDA 21 CFR §177.2600 making them suitable for contact with food. They also achieve ingress protection ratings of IP66, IP68 (up to 15 bar) and IP69K.

The cable glands are currently available in M12 and M40 sizes for cable diameters of 5mm to 29mm and they can be used in temperatures from -40°C to +85°C.

The blueglobe CLEAN Plus received the iF award for good industrial design in 2014.

 

Treotham Automation Pty Ltd

Ph: 02 9907 1788

www.treotham.com.au

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