Sealcon Liquid Tight Strain Relief Cable Glands



Sealcon strain relief standard cable glands are available in black or gray nylon plastic, or in nickel plated brass. They can feature a Flex Nut or Dome Nut, with PG, NPT, or metric thread. Need help deciding which cable gland you need for your application? This guide with provide you with information to help you choose the right part:


Common Features:

  • Submersible to 300 ft - NEMA 4x & 6 (IP 67 & 68)
  • IP 69K - For hose or splashdown applications
  • 150 PSI (10 BAR) rating
  • Halogen & phosphorous free
  • V0 flame rating according to UL 94 (Nickel Plated Brass & Nylon Dome only)
  • Concentric O-Ring Groove
  • Flex Nut prevents kinking or chafing of the cable
  • Corrosion resistant - Stands up to salt water, weak acids, weak alkalis, gasoline, & oils
  • RoHS & Deca BDE compliant

Nylon Plastic

Sealcon Nylon Plastic Cable Gland Features

  • Black nylon strain relief fittings are made with UV/Ozone stable material, perfect for outdoor applications
  • Safety ratchet - prevents the Dome or Flex top from coming loose under vibration
  • Available in PG 7 to PG 48, 3/8" NPT to 1-1/2" NPT, or M12 to M63

Nickel Plated Brass

Nickel Plated Brass Strain Relief Features

  • All nickel plated brass fittings come with an O-Ring
  • Ideal for marine applications - Cranes, hoists, controls, & pilothouses
  • Available in PG 7 to PG 48, 3/8" NPT to 1" NPT, or M12 to M63

Thread Sizes

Metric



  • Most common internationally used type
  • Labeled by major diameter & pitch in millimeters
  • Shown with letter M followed by diameter & pitch, separated by multiplication sign

NPT


  • National Pipe Thread (commonly used in US)
  • 1/16 taper rate
  • Taper causes threads to form a seal when torqued
  • Threads compress against each other

PG

  • Panzer-Gewinde (German thread type)
  • Thread depth smaller than NPT or metric
  • Larger flank angle than NPT or metric
  • Straight thread
Thread Sizes
Metric


  • Most common internationally used type
  • Labeled by major diameter & pitch in millimeters
  • Shown with letter M followed by diameter & pitch, separated by multiplication sign
NPT

  • National Pipe Thread (commonly used in US)
  • 1/16 taper rate
  • Taper causes threads to form a seal when torqued
  • Threads compress against each other
PG
  • Panzer-Gewinde (German thread type)
  • Thread depth smaller than NPT or metric
  • Larger flank angle than NPT or metric
  • Straight thread