• Wall Feed-through EPAF The wall feed-through EPAF provides a reliable seal against water and gas for cables brought into buildings underground. When properly installed, test reports prove a water and gas tightness at an external pressure of 0,1 MPa between the wall and the feed-through as well as between the feed-through and the cables. The design allows removal of cables and installation of new cables in the same feed-through. For exceptionally thick walls, the feed-through can be easily prolonged with another one.

  • Inflatable Duct Sealing System RDSS Unsealed cable pipes and ducts need no longer cause dampness and flooding in substation basements, cable vaults and access manholes. In these environments rust, corrosion and a humid environment inevitably result in damage to support structures, metal work and electrical equipment. The most common route for water to enter into such installations can now be blocked simply and effectively by a new technique developed by Raychem. The Rayflate Duct Sealing System (RDSS) has been designed for use on power cables to provide a watertight seal when used with plastic, concrete or steel ducting systems.

  • Sealing Breakouts with 2 to 5 Fingers For sealing crutches of multi-core cables and cable entries into ducts. To seal onto all common plastics and metals, all outlets are coated with hot-melt adhesive. Breakouts are available for 2-, 3-, 4- and 5-core cables, in a variety of sizes.

  • Sealing End Caps 102L On the inside coated with hot-melt adhesive, the heat-shrinkable end caps are used to seal and protect the ends of plastic, paper and rubber insulated cables during storage, transport and cable laying.

  • Heat-shrinkable Duct Sealing System LTEC/LTCP end caps and cable feed-throughs are designed to reliably seal empty and with cables occupied ducts. The polymer material is specially developed for applications on PVC ducts and cable jackets where a low shrink temperature is required. All parts are coated on the inside with hot-melt adhesive.