Stainless Steel

Posted & filed under Cable Glands, Hazardous Areas, Hazardous Glands, Sealcon News.

Stainless steel is to corrosion what lead is to kryptonite; just as lead blocks kryptonite radiation, stainless steel blocks corrosive damage. The difference? Lead is a heavy metal that occurs naturally in Earth’s crust, while stainless steel is produced by combining chromium, nickel, molybdenum, titanium, copper, carbon and nitrogen. There are many grades of stainless… Read more »

Hazloc MZ cable gland designed for Armored Cables

Posted & filed under Hazardous Areas, Sealcon News.

The Exios MZ cable glands are designed for Armored Cables in Hazardous Areas. The Unique  MZ Clamp Solution is designed to prevent braid or armor from sheering off under excessive cable torque. The EXIOS MZ cable gland is made from high-end raw brass and meets all of the latest ATEX / IECEx & CSA standards.  The Exios… Read more »