Cable entry system

The Roxtec BG product family is a cable entry system designed to seal large quantities of metal clad or armored cables and protects against weather, blast, rodents, and fire

02/19/2014


The Roxtec BG product family is a cable entry system designed to seal large quantities of metal clad or armored cables and protects against weather, blast, rodents, and fire. Courtesy: RoxtecThe Roxtec BG product family is a cable entry system designed to seal large quantities of metal clad or armored cables using minimal space. The BG cable entry system provides additional protection against weather, blast, rodents, and fire. Roxtec’s BG solutions also provide added flexibility in design while improving timing of project and equipment delivery. Adaptability to cables of different sizes allows users to specify and design cable entries before final cable schedules are complete. If the cable schedule changes in the field, the installer simply adjusts the modules for a perfect fit. For wall and floor cable penetrations, the BG system is fire rated and gas- and watertight. It is also certified for hazardous locations (Ex) and suitable for lightning protection as well as for both land-based (UL 1479) and marine applications (A and H class divisions). 

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