Prysmian Barrier Glands - Explosion Proof Glands

Prysmian Cable Glands

Prysmian BICON Explosion Proof Cable Barrier Glands

Zone 1 & Zone 2 Hazardous Areas (ATEX Certified)

EEx d Cable Glands

 

Prysmian Barrier Glands are suitable for the termination of steel wire armoured (SWA), galvanised steel wire braided (GSWB) and OCMA type cables with lead covered sheathing.

 

Prysmian Bicon 424TP Cable Glands

Prysmian Brass Barrier Glands, Explosion Proof (EEx d Cable Glands) for Lead Sheathed OCMA Cables - Prysmian 424TP
Barrier glands are suitable glanding OCMA lead covered cables with steel wire armour (SWA) in  Zones 1, 2, 21 and 22 hazardous areas.

 

Prysmian Bicon 424TW Cable Glands

Prysmian Brass Barrier Glands, Explosion Proof (EEx d Cable Glands) for Polymeric (XLPE) Cables - Prysmian 424TW

Barrier glands are suitable glanding XLPE insulated cables with steel wire armour (SWA) in  Zones 1, 2, 21 and 22 hazardous areas.


Prysmian Bicon 424TX Cable GlandsPrysmian Brass Barrier Glands, Explosion Proof (EEx d Cable Glands) for Polymeric (EPR) Cables - Prysmian 424TX
Barrier glands are suitable glanding EPR flexible rubber cables with galvanised steel wire braid (GSWB)  in  Zones 1, 2, 21 and 22 hazardous areas.

 

Prysmian Bicon 424TA Cable Glands

Prysmian Brass Barrier Glands, Explosion Proof (EEx d Cable Glands) for Polymeric (EPR) Cables -
Barrier glands are suitable glanding unarmoured polymeric sheath cables in  Zones 1, 2, 21 and 22 hazardous areas.
 

T&D UK distribute the complete range of Prysmian Cables & Components LV-HV cable accessories including cable cleats, cable joints, cable terminations, cable glands and crimping tools.

Prysmian Explosion Proof Barrier Glands

 

Barrier Glands For Hazardous Areas

 

Explosion Proof Equipment in Hazardous Areas : 3 elements are required in order to createa hazardous area : i) air ii) flammable gases, vapours, mists, dusts iii) source of ignition. An explosive atmosphere is created when air and a flammable medium mix such that a rise in temperature or an electrical spark produces an explosion. An explosive atmosphere can self ignite if the local temperature rises above the self-ignition temperature in the hazardous area, this varies for different flammable mediums (gasses and dusts). Explosive atmospheres are caused by a mixture of gases, vapours, mists, dusts and air - it the explosive atmosphere is caused by gases, vapours and mists the hazardous area is coded G. If the explosive atmosphere is caused by dusts the hazardous area is coded D.


Explosion Groups - explosion protected hazardous area electrical equipment, including plugs and sockets, is classified in terms of the ignition temperature, the ignition capability and flame transmission capacity of the explosive atmosphere in which it operates. The hazardous area classification for electrical equipment is divided into 2 groups depending on whether located above or below ground : Group I or 1 - for use below ground in areas susceptible to firedamp, Group II or 2 for all other areas. Group II hazardous area electrical equipment is further divided into three sub groups depending on the ignition and flame transmission characteristics of the explosive hazard - these sub-groups are designated as IIA, IIB and IIC zones.

Adobe Barrier Glands (ATEX) For Lead Sheathed OCMA - Prysmian BARR-Pb

Adobe Barrier Glands (ATEX) For SWA - Prysmian BARR-W

Adobe Barrier Glands (ATEX) For SWB - Prysmian BARR-X

Adobe Barrier Glands (ATEX) For Unarmoured Cable - Prysmian BARR-A

Adobe Prysmian Cable Components - Cable Glands, Joints, Cleats & Terminations