SKINTOP® - The Handy Cable Glands

SKINTOP® cable glands provide secure connections in no time.  They secure and center the cable, hermetically seal it and guarantee optimum strain relief. You can install the gland with cable in an instant: just feed the cable in and turn the nut until tight.

SKINTOP® cable glands provide secure connections in no time.  They secure and center the cable, hermetically seal it and guarantee optimum strain relief. You can install the gland with cable in an instant: just feed the cable in and turn the nut until tight.

Application Areas

- Industrial machinery and plant engineering

- Drive systems

- Measurement and control technology

- Renewable energies

- Wherever cables need to be fastened securely and quickly

Features

- Universal, quick, and easy to assemble cable glands that provide a secure connection. Simply insert the cable inside and twist to secure the connection.

- Range of benefits: Wide variety of accessories with high oil resistance, vibrant protection, halogen free and kink protection.

- High operational safety - Wide versions of cable glands and comprehensive accessories are available that are a perfect fit for every requirement. The cable glands are reliable and effective even under strenuous conditions. They secure and centre the cable, hermetically seal it. and guarantee optimum strain relief.

- Strain relief - The cable glands provide bending protection to the cables under mobile use and offer strain relief. The clamps are also resistant to vibrations and provide watertight junctions.

- Wide clamping range - The connectors have a unique highly flexible lamellar design that provides wide clamping ranges. The clamps are available in plastic, metal, brass nickel plated and stainless steel.

- Certifications - UL listed, and accredited by ECOLAB®, and CE.

SKINTOP® integrated locking mechanism includes an internal ratchet inside the sealing portion of the cord grip. This provides a self-locking and vibration-proof element that prevents the cap from loosening even when subjected to severe vibration. These cable glands can withstand temperatures as low as -70°C and as high as 100°C. A complete liquid-tight seal is ensured by the uniquely designed molded sealing ring and flange nut that are combined with a neoprene bushing and domed sealing cap.

SKINTOP® - Cable Glands are Classified as Below

 

SKINTOP® Single entry system glands

These cable glands are superior in quality, liquid-tight and intended for applications where ruggedness and durability are required. These cable glands are suitable for a wide range of applications in manufacturing industries such as Food & Beverage, Oil & Gas, Railways etc. Choose from our range of models available in polyamide or metal material for Atex and EMC applications, halogen-free or anti-kink protection with metric, PG or NPT thread.

 

SKINTOP® Multi cable entry systems

SKINTOP® CUBE provides an innovative approach to traditional multi-cable bushing systems, providing many great improvements and advancements including increased simplicity, ease of use, and safety.The patented SKINTOP® CUBE flexible clip modules provide extremely quick and easy installation with far better sealing and clamping capabilities. Additionally, service to the cables is greatly simplified, as removing the frame from the enclosure is not necessary when replacing cables.

 

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SKINTOP® ST-M / SKINTOP® STR-M

Features Applications
- Temperature resistant - Used in areas where a lot of cables & wires need to be inserted into housing with minimum space requirements
- Wide clamping range - Machine & equipment manufacturing
- Oil resistant - Photovoltaics

SKINTOP® MS-M BRUSH

Features Applications
- Temperature resistant - For EMC-compliant earthing of the copper braided shield, or for cables with copper corrugated sheath
- EMC compliant - Conveyor & transport systems
- Reliable - High-power motors

SKINTOP® MS-M ATEX BRUSH

Features Applications
- Anti-static, safe, & impact-resistant at cold temperatures - For EMC-compliant earthing of the copper braided shield, or for cables with copper corrugated sheath
- EMC compliant - Chemical & petrochemical industry
- Easy & fast assembly - Plant construction

SKINTOP® HYGIENIC / HYGIENIC-R

Features Applications
- Hygienic  - Food machinery, systems & components
- Chemical resistant -Pharmaceutical industry
- Mechanical resistant - For use in the product zone

SKINDICHT® SHVE-M

Features Applications
- Optimum strain relief - Measurement, control & regulation technology
- EMC compliant - Earthing cable gland, for applications where electrical interference fields can occur
- Waterproof - Frequency converters

SKINDICHT® SM-PE-M

Features Applications
- Good chemical esistant - Suitable for all metric glands
- EMC compliant - Used in earthing & EMC applications
- Mechanical resistant - For lacquered, anodised or powder-coated housings

SKINDICHT® BLK-GL-M

Features Applications
- Waterproof  - Control cabinet construction
- Reliable - Distribution box
- Robust - Junction box

SKINTOP® MS NPT

Features Applications
- Temperature resistant - In areas where mechanical & chemical stability are critical
- Optimum strain relief - Measurement, control & regulation technology
- Corrosion resistant - Machine & equipment manufacturing

FAQs

  • Q. Why is cable glanding required? / What is a cable gland used for?  

    Cable glands are used to seal a device that needs to be protected. Glands are often used in industrial locations to provide secure connections and provide optimum strain relief.
  • Q. How do cable glands work?

    With SKINTOP glands, cables can be fixed in an instant. Just feed the cable inside the gland and turn it tightly. The seal is tight, simple, and effective.
  • Q. How many types of cable glands are there?

    There exist several types of cables glands, and it all depends on the differentiating criteria. There are glands for single and multi-cable entry systems used to fix assembled or non-assembled cables and wires. Cable glands can also be categorized according to the materials. There are nylon, stainless steel, nickel-plated, brass, aluminium, plastic, waterproof, and even explosion-proof cable glands.
  • Q. What is the size of a cable gland?

    When choosing a suitable cable gland for a cable consider the outer diameter of the cable. Every gland has a clamping range and the cable diameter needs to be comparable to the centre of the clamping range of the gland. This way you can ensure that the cable can be easily fed and secured inside the gland. For a detailed answer please go through the product catalogue.