Cable glands – Cable clamps grommets – Cable bushings – Modular gland plate

A cable gland, also known as a cable connector or cable fitting, is a device used to secure and protect the end of an electrical cable where it enters a piece of equipment, enclosure, or junction box.

The cable gland typically consists of a cylindrical threaded body and a sealing mechanism, such as a rubber or plastic grommet, that securely clamps the cable and seals the connection point against dust, water, and other environmental contaminants.

Cable glands are commonly used in industrial and commercial settings to provide a safe and reliable method of connecting cables to equipment while also providing protection against mechanical stress, moisture, and other environmental hazards. They are available in a variety of sizes, materials, and designs to accommodate different cable types and applications.