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    25mm Cable Glands

    A 25mm cable gland typically refers to a cable management device designed to accommodate cables with an approximate diameter of 25mm. Cable glands are used to secure and protect cables as they enter an enclosure, junction box, or equipment. They also provide strain relief, prevent dust and moisture from entering the enclosure, and help maintain the integrity of the electrical or data connections.

    Here are a few key points to consider when dealing with 25mm cable glands:

    1. Size: The "25mm" in "25mm cable gland" refers to the approximate diameter of the cable that the gland is designed to accommodate. It's important to choose a cable gland size that matches the diameter of your cable to ensure a proper fit.
    2. Thread Type: Cable glands come with different thread types, such as metric, NPT (National Pipe Thread), or PG (Panzer-Gewinde). Make sure to choose a cable gland with the appropriate thread type for your application and the threading of the enclosure or equipment you're installing it on.
    3. Material: Cable glands can be made from various materials, including metal (like brass or stainless steel) and plastic. The choice of material depends on factors such as the environment (indoor or outdoor), corrosion resistance requirements, and intended use.
    4. IP Rating: Check the IP (Ingress Protection) rating of the cable gland to ensure it provides the level of protection you need against dust and moisture. The IP rating consists of two digits; the first indicates solid particle protection, and the second indicates liquid ingress protection.
    5. Certifications: If you're using cable glands in specific environments, such as hazardous locations, you might need cable glands with certain certifications like ATEX or IECEx. These certifications ensure that the cable glands are suitable for use in potentially explosive atmospheres.
    6. Installation: Follow the manufacturer's instructions for proper installation. Proper installation ensures that the cable is adequately sealed and secured, and it helps maintain the overall integrity of the installation.
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