Industry-leading cable glands certified for explosion-protection equipmentOctober 14, 2016 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Pepperl+Fuchs offers fully certified cable glands for explosion-protection equipment as part of its total solutions offering. A leader in process automation, Pepperl+Fuchs stocks many of the most commonly used cable glands, including ATEX and IECEx certified cable glands, to include in its customized product solutions.
Making it easier for customers
By stocking cable glands certified for explosion-protection equipment, the company is simplifying the ordering process for customers and eliminating the need to place separate orders from various vendors, endure long lead times and seek third-party certifications.
This offering helps customers “increase their uptime in process automation, while alleviating additional steps needed to implement their new solutions,” explains Kristen Barbour, the company’s product marketing manager.
Innovative design and top quality product
Cable glands from Pepperl+Fuchs are renowned for their unique uniform design and internally secured armour clamps, which prevent the glands from falling apart when opened. The internally secured fittings ensure easy installation, and a triple sealing insert prevents water intrusion. Available for both hazardous areas and general industry, these products are designed to withstand some of the harshest conditions in process automation.
Pepperl+Fuchs’ process automation solutions are available in Canada from Process Instruments & Components (P.I.C.), an established industrial controls distributor based in Markham, Ont. The company has been serving a wide range of industries for 25 years, providing innovative solutions for many challenging applications in food processing, automobile manufacturing, chemical manufacturing, plastics processing and more.
P.I.C.’s main focus is in providing solutions for hazardous areas. Its skilled technical support representatives are trained to assist customers in selecting the appropriate equipment and accessories for their project.
To learn more, contact Process Instruments & Components.