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Raxton Exd/Exe Compound Stopper Box


The Raxton Compound Stopper Box is designed to seal conductors at the entry to the enclosure via conduit or to enable an existing compression gland to be converted to a barrier gland.

This is achieved by forming a barrier between the individual insulated conductors within the cable to prevent an explosion within the enclosure. The Compound Stopper Box allows compound to be packed around individual insulated conductors. Assembly of the component compresses the packing material and distributes the compound evenly to effect a barrier at point of entry into the enclosure.

The Compound Stopper Box is supplied with compound in a pack, complete with making off instructions and gloves. Raxton Compound Stopper Box is marked with the appropriate approval number and size.

EExd compound stopping box adaptorImage shown is the Type EG.


Quality
SIRA (0518) 02 ATEX M207
Bureau Veritas BS EN ISO 9001:2008

Thread specification
Isometric (ISO) to BS3643:1981 or ISO 965 Pts 1 & 3
Imperial (ET) to BS31:1940 (1979)
National Pipe Thread (NPT) to ANSI/ASME:1983
British Standard Pipe (BSP) to BS21:1985
Pg to DIN 40430:1971

EExd compound stopping box adaptorMaterials
Brass: BS2874: 1985 CZ121
Stainless Steel: BS970 PT3 316 S11
Aluminium: BS1474/1 6082 T4 or T6
Aluminium Bronze: BS1400 1985 AB2 or BS2874:1986 CA104

Approvals
Sira 00ATEX1073U
ITS12ATEX17707X
IECEx ITS12.0079X
GOST TС С-GB.ГБ06.В00105

 
Plating
Raxton Stopper Boxes are available in a variety of finishes including Nickel, Electro Zinc, Zinc Passivated, Chromatised, Electroless Nickel and Anodised.

Thread identification
A Selection Table is available as a downloadable PDF document (40KB) and identifies the standard thread variations produced and is designed to assist the user in the selection process. Click here to download.

Part numbering system
The Raxton part numbering system document is available as a 39KB PDF document.
Click here to download.

Temperature
The item is classified as a component and is therefore not given a temperature rating.
'O'-ring: -50°C to 100°C.