Lapp MS-HF-M M16 Cable Gland, Nickel Plated Brass, IP68

  • RS Stock No. 136-8511
  • Mfr. Part No. 53112571
  • Manufacturer Lapp
Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Certificate of Compliance
COO (Country of Origin): DE
Product Details

Lapp SKINTOP Metal Halogen Free Cable Gland

From Lapp, the Skintop series of cable glands presents a cable gland with halogen free components, ideal for areas where chemical stability is a priority. The MS-M gland is easy to install, and maintains a high degree of protection against environmental ingress. These screw on cable glands also provide strain relief to prevent wear and tear on the cable connection.

The Skintop series of cable glands have a rugged nickel-plated brass body, and as such have a high degree of mechanical resistance, ensuring a reliable and durable cable management solution for demanding environments.

The o-ring, insert and lamellar cage and seal insert for the lamellar cage are all halogen free and flame retardant, which qualifies them for use in specialist applications where protection of public and property are a high concern.

Features and Benefits

• Provides Strain Relief to Connecting Wire
• Halogen free and flame retardant components
• Hazard Level: HL 3
• Protection Rating of IP68 5 bar
• Robust, Durable Construction
• Operating Temperature Dynamic -25 °C up to +100 °C
• Operating Temperature Statically -40 °C up to +100 °C
• Metric Thread Sizes

Applications

Skintop halogen free cable glands are used in panels and junction boxes in various specialist environments where mechanical and chemical stability is a priority, such as:

• Measurement and Control Technology
• Plant Engineering
• Chemical Industry

Environment

These glands provide environmental protection up to IP68, which is highly resistant to dust ingress and waterproof even in shallow submersion.

As these glands provide a waterproof seal and are highly temperature and pressure resistant, they are ideal for harsh industrial environments and even some open air applications. They are also resistant to corrosion, and have a high resistance to acids and chemicals.

Standards

IP68 - 5 bar/30 min in acc. to EN 60529
Hazard Level: HL 3

Specifications
Attribute Value
Thread Size M16
Material Nickel Plated Brass
Maximum Cable Diameter 10mm
Minimum Cable Diameter 4.5mm
IP Rating IP68
Minimum Operating Temperature -40 (Static) °C, -25 (Dynamic) °C
Maximum Operating Temperature +100 (Dynamic) °C, +100 (Static) °C
Fire Behaviour Flame Retardant, Halogen Free
Series MS-HF-M
Standards Met CE Certified, DIN EN 13501-2: Classification E30, DIN EN 1363-1: 2012-10, DIN EN 45545-2, DIN EN 45545-3: 2013-08, DIN EN 60423, DIN IEC 62444, UL 94V-0
Locknut Included No
170 In Global stock for delivery within 4 - 6 working days
Price Each (In a Pack of 5)
MYR 31.04
units
Per unit
Per Pack*
5 - 70
MYR31.04
MYR155.20
75 - 245
MYR29.49
MYR147.45
250 +
MYR28.876
MYR144.38
*price indicative
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