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An introduction to cable glands for Industrial and Hazardous Environments with an insight into cable cleats

Lecture

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We will introduce the various types of glands used in the industrial cable gland market followed by hazardous area

Date and Time

09 November 2017 - 18:30-21:00

Location

Manchester, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the UK - NW:Manchester local network.


About this event

We will introduce the various types of glands used in the industrial cable gland market followed by hazardous area explaining the various types of cables and good practices that should be followed in the market in accordance with ATEX specification. The main focus to the event is with regards to the cable cleats and particularly in accordance with IEC 61914 along with providing an insight into cable cleat selection, spacing and a more in-depth look at short circuits in various cable formations. We will also demonstrate our free software that shows a Multiphysics model of a cable cleat installation.

Programme

6pm refreshment and networking
6:30pm lecture begins
9pm lecture ends

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