Hellerman Titan has launched a first-class line of cast resin cable connections in its RELICON brand.

The new RELICON iA Line premium SF, armored with PUR 33 Cast Resin (PUR33), is suitable for connecting a wide range of cables and has a variety of applications, including industrial buildings, ground, outdoor and underwater power supply, cable ducts and public and private networks.

The premium line includes RELICON’s Safe Charging technology. The transparent two-chamber resin mixing bag and cable connections ensure that the installer has constant visual control over the mixing and filling steps, while avoiding contact with the cast resin. PUR33 resin offers a patented color change that ensures that the mixing process is completed correctly so that the joints can be immersed immediately after casting.

In addition to the mixing bag, cable connections are available with cable connectors, constant-strength springs with straight ends to ensure easy installation and to include all necessary grounding parts.

Nathan Bennett, product manager for HellermannTyton, says: “We are delighted to be expanding our RELICON range to help connect a range of cables, including steel armored cables. Our premium line of cast resin compounds will ensure that these cables can be installed easily and safely in a wide variety of industrial applications, including construction and building, transportation and rail.

Cast resin compounds are applied wherever cable and cable ties are immersed or buried underground. As the cast resin joints are exposed to high stress, the hardened two-component cast resin provides reliable long-term mechanical protection against external stressors, as they are resistant to all environmental influences and are environmentally safe and suitable for long-term applications.

HellermannTyton introduces premium range of cast resin cable joints

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