Cable glands are mechanical devices

Cable glands are mechanical devices that are used to secure and seal electrical or electronic cables as they pass through a hole or enclosure. They are typically used in applications where it is necessary to protect the cables from water, dust, and other contaminants, or where it is necessary to maintain the integrity of an electrical system.

Cable glands consist of a body and a clamping mechanism that hold the cable in place. They are designed to fit around the cable and provide a secure, watertight seal. Cable glands are available in a range of sizes and styles to fit different types and sizes of cables, and can be made from a variety of materials, including plastic, metal, and rubber.

Cable glands are commonly used in a variety of applications, including electrical panels, control panels, and electrical enclosures. They are also used in industrial and commercial settings, such as factories and warehouses, to protect cables and ensure the safe operation of electrical equipment.

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