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Raxton Exe Stopping plugs

Raxton Exe Stopping Plugs are designed to close any unused entries in electrical equipment.

Available either with a mushroom head or a hexagonal head they are supplied complete with an ‘O’ ring to ensure that the IP rating of the installation is maintained.

Raxton Plugs should be fitted directly into any tapped or untapped entry in the enclosure - mushroom headed plugs are fastened by means of an allen key.

Raxton Exe Plugs are marked with the appropriate approval number and size.

EExe stopping plugsTested to IP68.

Images show: Hexagon Head Type CK (top) and Dome Head Type CQ.

Hexagon Head Type CK
Hexagon Head Plugs are inserted from the outside and tightened with a spanner. They are fitted with an 'O' ring as a norm but can be used with a washer if preferred.

Dome Head Type CQ
Dome Head Plugs are inserted from the outside using an allen key. They are fitted with an 'O' ring as a norm but can be used with a washer if preferred.

SIRA (0518) 02 ATEX M207
EN ISO 9001: 2000

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
EExe stopping plugsBritish Standard Pipe (BSP) to BS21:1985
Pg to DIN 40430:1971

Brass: BS2874: 1985 CZ121
Mild Steel: BS970 PT3 230M07
Stainless Steel: BS970 PT3 316 S11
Aluminium: BS1474/1 6082 T4 or T6
BS2874:1986 CA104
Nylon: 30% Glass filled Nylon 66

SIRA10ATEX1224X (metallic)
SIRA10ATEX1225X (nylon)
IECEx SIR 07.0009X (metallic)
IECEx SIR 12.0014X (nylon)
GOST TС С-GB.ГБ06.В00105

Raxton Metallic Stopping Plugs 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 (40 KB) 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.

The item is classified as a component and is therefore not given a temperature rating (metallic).
Temperature range: Nylon -20°C to 60°C; 'O' ring -50°C to 100°C