Anamet Europe’s conduit glands are the perfect way to create a liquid tight, durable and high quality connection of a conduit to the end point. Connect your wires and cables effortlessly to a junction box, sensor, temperature gauge or many other types of instruments.
Anamet Europe’s core business basically consists of two components: a protective conduit that goes over cables and wires, or that can transport liquids and gases, and a gland or fitting to safely secure the installation to the application. Both products combined create the highest quality of protection and connection.
Our conduit glands and fittings are available in a number of materials, such as metals but also plastics and can offer different kinds of protection that is needed for a specific goal. For example our IECEx-ATEX certified glands that can be used in explosive areas or hazardous environments. Or our glands with double layer seals which are mainly used in the rail and infrastructure.
We don’t just offer one kind of conduit gland but rather have multiple options available. The options being a gland made of nickel plated brass or stainless steel AISI-316, with thread types ISO or NPT and with different types of approvals such as UL, CSA and EN 45545-2.
Our IECEx-ATEX certified glands are a bit more elaborate since these are installed in explosive environments. The main part of the gland being able to block a possible combustion through a (electric) spark. The gland is able to make sure that when this happens it will block it at the beginning preventing it to go down the line, thus preventing a open flame or even an explosion. This I done by either a compression sealing or a barrier.
With compression sealing, the gland uses a specially designed rubber to make sure that the cable is tightly secured and that air or dust is not able to pass through. The barrier glands use a compound epoxy resin, consisting of two parts of epoxy that can be kneaded together and that basically folds around the cable after a secure installation.
While both conduit gland and cable gland sound similar, there is a big difference. Especially considering Anamet Europe’s line of business. And since we pride ourselves to be able to deliver entire solutions, consisting of conduit and gland or fitting, we like to use the term conduit glands more. Let us explain the difference.
A conduit is basically a metal hose, that can have a plastic cover, which a cable or multiple cables run through. Those cables end somewhere, for instance a junction box, and with our conduit fitting you can tightly secure the conduit to the junction box, making a secure connection.
As mentioned earlier, we cater to a lot of different industries. We are very proud to be working together worldwide with organizations in the power and energy, oil and gas, food and pharma, rail and infrastructure, steel and foundry, factory automation, marine and defense and OEM machine building. Do you want to see our products for all those markets? Select the desired option per market here.
We can help processes and applications in a small factory or a big power plant. But also oil rigs that are situated far out on sea, airports on the outskirts of big cities or high speed trains that go over mountains. Our products offer protection against environmental influences, such as sub zero temperatures or very high temperatures, but also against molten metal splashes or chemicals.
All our standard products can be found in our general catalogue or, for the transport of liquids and gases, in our industrial catalogue
And if you need some advice on what product will suit your wishes best, or even if you need a custom made solution, you can contact our representatives via phone on +31 (0)20 586 35 86 or via email email@example.com. We also have some representatives in the field that might be able to visit the location for an even better advice. Get in touch with our area sales manager near you.
Anamet Europe B.V.
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