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Plastic Gland (PGS3)

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StandardTermination Method

PGS3 is a hazardous area approved cable gland with a flat seal for use with flat profile heating cables.  Cable glands can be used for entering cabinet boxes or enclosures.

PGS3 has an M20 x 1.5 thread and the seal is made from silicone rubber to give a high temperature withstand.

PGS3 is designed specifically for the Heat Trace range of heating cables and is part of a Standard termination system.  There are 3 plastic cable glands and each gland is specific to a range of cables. See table below.

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Heating Cables applicable to PGS3

Self-Regulating 

  • Freezstop Regular FSR
    (FSR-C,FSR-CT,FSR-CF)
  • Freezstop Extra FSE
    (FSE-C,FSE-CT,FSE-CF)
  • Freezstop Low Voltage FLVw
    (FLVw-C,FLVw-CT, FLVw-CF)
  • Freezstop Super FSS
    (FSS-C,FSS-CF)
  • Freezstop Ultimo FSU
    (FSU-N,FSU-NF)
  • FailSafe+  FS+ (FS+CS, FS+CF)
  • Hotwat  HW (HWR-T, HWP-T)

Constant  Wattage 

  • PowerHeat PHT (PHT-NF)
  • PowerHeat AHT (AHT)
  • Microtracer EMTS (EMTS-CF)
  • Minitracer MTF (MTF-CF)

   
 

Product Specification

Maximum Working Temperature 80°C (176°F)

Minimum Working Temperature

-60°C (-85°F)

IP Rating

IP66 / 68

Approvals and Certification
PGS 13ATEX024X
EU DoC PGS1,PGS3, PGS5
PGS 13.0007X
JB9000,DJB9000,StripFree,PGS AA87.B.00613
Product and Application Datasheets
FSR
Datasheet
FSE & FSEw Datasheet
FLV & FLVw Datasheet
HotWat Datasheet
FS+
DataSheet
FSS Datasheet
FSU DataSheet
EMTS Datasheet
MTF Datasheet
AHT
Datasheet
PHT
Datasheet
Cable Glands Datasheet
PGS3 Instructions
JB9000 Datasheet

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