Wires and cables are indispensable in industrial production, and are often in various harsh environments, so safety protection is particularly important. Corrugated hoses, cable joints, hose joints, plastic waterproof boxes, etc. are ideal accessories for protecting cables.
As we all know, in the cable line, if there is a fault accident, it will affect the safety of the equipment and endanger the life safety of the operator. However, the source of these accidents is actually 50% related to cable accessories. One can imagine the cable joint It plays an important role in the safety of the entire power transmission and transformation!
The widespread use of cable connectors has solved many problems. Corresponding to different environments and different equipment needs.
Generally, cable joints need to be waterproof, dust-proof, acid-proof, alkali-proof, and insulating to face a variety of harsh environments. As an accessory in the equipment, it bears the important responsibility of transmission. Water inlet and dust prevention has always been a problem that puzzles everyone, because it will not only shorten the service life, but may also cause serious accidents; the same crucial problem, in some special industries, they have another requirement for cable joints, ➡ strict explosion-proof Eligibility criteria!
For a long time, explosion-proof products have implemented an explosion-proof certificate system, that is, all electrical products used in explosive hazardous locations must obtain an explosion-proof certificate before they are allowed to be used. It has become an industry practice. The explosion-proof certificate is specified in the appendix of the compulsory national standard GB3836.1-2010. Therefore, manufacturers must apply for an explosion-proof certificate when producing explosion-proof products. However, at present, many unscrupulous businesses use a loophole in the explosion-proof certification system, that is, the explosion-proof inspection unit can detect whether the samples sent by the manufacturer meet the various explosion-proof standards, but they cannot know whether the manufacturer has the ability to produce or the ability to mass-produce Standard explosion-proof products not only affect the market but also bring serious safety hazards!
So how do you choose a reliable supplier? When you do n’t have the ability to go on site, you can use IECEx certification, Atex certification, and ECM certification as the assessment criteria.