icotek GmbH Datasheets for Sealing Glands

Sealing glands are fittings that allow tubes, process pipes, cable or any single element assembly to be sealed in pressure / vacuum applications by use of a compression seal.
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Product Name Notes
Flange Enclosure -- KEL-FG Product description The Cable Entry System range KEL-FG is suited for installation, sealing (IP54) and strain relief of pre-terminated cables and conduits at an angle of 90° to the cabinet.
Split Cable Glands -- KVT-W90 Product description The split KVT-W90 cable glands are used to insert and seal (IP54) pre-terminated cables and conduits at a 90° angle. In particular, the KVT 50-W90 is perfectly suited...
Split Cable Glands -- KVT KVT is a circular split cable gland for quick and easy installation and sealing (IP54) of pre-terminated cables or complete cable harnesses. icotek supplies special locknuts for routing cables terminated...
Split Cable Glands -- KVT-SNAP KVT-SNAP is a circular split cable gland for quick and easy installation and sealing (IP54) of pre-terminated cables or complete cable harnesses. Cables can be routed through thick walls (up...
Split Cable Glands -- QVT QVT is a circular split cable gland for quick and easy installation and sealing (IP54) of pre-terminated cables or complete cable harnesses. The QVT range is especially suitable for small...
Cable Entry Plates -- KEL-DP round The Cable Entry System KEL-DP is designed for routing standard cables (without connectors). The KEL-DP products are a cost saving alternative to traditional cable glands. Either push the cable directly...
Cable Entry Grommet -- KEL-DPF The Cable Entry System KEL-DPF was developed particularly for routing and sealing (IP66/IP68) supply cables into an enclosure or machine. Due to the flexibility and unique pyramid shape, cable entry...
Cable Entry Plates -- KEL-DPZ round The Cable Entry System KEL-DPZ is designed for routing standard cables (without connectors). The KEL-DPZ products are a cost saving alternative to traditional cable glands. Either push the cable directly...