Cable sleeve

Electricity: conductors and insulators – Conduits – cables or conductors – Combined


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174 78, H02G 1510, H02G 1518




A cylindrical-shaped cable sleeve, made of a suitable plastic, is formed by mating two semi-circular sleeve portions. With suitable cables inserted through an opening at each end and spliced therein, the two sleeve portions are secured from separation by a suitable clamping device engaging longitudinal mating flanges running on the exterior surface on each side of each half portion. The cable splice is sealed within the sleeve by insertion of a suitable sealant which is prevented from leaking by a series of axially disposed sealing rings interfacing with the cable to form a joint.

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