Lapp cable glands come from one of the most trusted and sought-after brand names in the international cabling and electrical power transmission industry.
As with all cable glands, the main aim of Lapp cable glands is to provide a secure ending attachment that helps to create a robust and reliable connection between an electrical cable and the equipment it's supplying power to.
Our comprehensive range of Lapp cable glands includes:
Also commonly referred to as cord grips, strain reliefs, cable connectors or cable fittings, cable glands additionally seek to provide a sturdy seal around the cable connection point. This ensures that a product's ingress protection or IP rating is preserved against unwanted dust, dirt and moisture (as specified in the manufacturer's guidance for the cable and/or equipment in question).
Lapp are a German-based, globally-reaching development and manufacturing company, with some 40,000 different cabling and connectivity products available in their extensive catalogue.
The business was founded in Stuttgart in 1957, after pioneering an important early development in branded cabling - namely the oil-resistant and flexible ÖLFLEX® cables on which the early company built its leading reputation.
Today, Lapp cable glands and other wiring-related products are shipped daily to almost every corner of the planet. The brand has secured around 100 national partners during its successful growth, underpinning the hard-earned Lapp reputation for high quality and durability among the many industries and applications in which its products are now routinely used.