Sealing Glands withstand hazardous environments.

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Suitable for gas or liquid, HL Glands feature Grafoil® sealant and come in ½ and ¾ in. NPT sizes. Units provide temperature range of -4 to 130°F and have pressure rating of 500 psig. With mechanically sealed HL Gland, users do not have to be concerned about cracks in compound sealants that allow explosive gases or liquids to leak in conduit system, or migration of explosive gases through stranded conductors due to pressure differential in conduit system.



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Conax Buffalo HL Gland for Hazardous Locations



Conax Buffalo Technologies introduces its HL Gland for hazardous locations. The HL gland is designed for sealing protection in a wide variety of hazardous environments.

Conax HL Glands are suitable for gas or liquid, feature a Grafoil® sealant, come in two sizes (small 1/2" NPT and large 3/4" NPT), provide a temperature range from -4°F to 130°F (-20°C to +55°C), and have a pressure rating of 500 psig.

This sealing gland is designed to replace Chico® and other similar conduit sealing compound fittings commonly used in hazardous environments. With a mechanically-sealed Conax HL gland, companies will not have to be concerned about:

o cracks in compound sealants or incorrectly installed compound sealants that allow explosive gasses or liquids to leak in the conduit system, or
o migration of explosive gases through stranded conductors due to a pressure differential in the conduit system.

Both situations have the potential for explosive gases or liquids to cause corrosion to instrumentation or, even more problematically, to ignite when in the presence of instrumentation, causing damage to property and possible injury to people.

Additional information can be obtained by contacting Conax Buffalo at 800-223-2389 or at www.conaxbuffalo.com.

Contact Name: John Lyth
Title: Director of Marketing
E-mail: jlyth@conaxbuffalo.com

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