HAWKE LUBRICANT TRANSIT SYSTEM

  • Fire
  • Water
  • Gas
  • Chemicals
  • Smoke
  • Explosion
  • EMC
  • Noise
  • Rodents
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    HAWKE CABLE GLAND M40

    HAWKE  CABLE GLAND M40

    Part Number:  Hawke 501/453 RAC C2 M40

    Material: BRASS NICKEL PLATED

    Application

    Outdoor or indoor use.
    For use with single wire armour ‘W’, wire braid ‘X’ and steel tape armour ‘Z’ elastomer and plastic insulated cables.

     

    Features

    Provides armour clamping using one clamping arrangement for all armour/braid types.
    Provides a seal on the cables inner sheath.
    Deluge protection option available, contact Hawke Technical Sales for details.
    Provides a cable retention and low smoke and fume, zero halogen seal onto the cables outer sheath.

    Materials & Finishes

    The 501/453/RAC cable gland is manufactured in Brass (standard), Nickel Plated Brass, 316 Stainless Steel or Aluminium. Brass NPT entries are nickel plated as standard.

     

     

    Technical Data

    1. Exdb IIC Gb, Exeb IIC Gb, Extb IIIC Db
    2. Certificate No’s
      Baseefa06ATEX0056X and IECEx BAS 06.0013X.
    3. Suitable for use in:
      Zone 1, Zone 2, Zone 21, Zone 22 and in Gas Groups IIA, IIB and IIC.
    4. Construction and Test Standards:
      IEC/EN 60079-0, IEC/EN 60079-1, IEC/EN 60079-7 and IEC/EN 60079-31.
    5. Ingress Protection:
      IP66, IP67 and IP 68* (30 metres for 7 days) to IEC/EN 60529 and NEMA 4X.
      *Additional installation procedures required.
    6. Deluge Protection to:
      DTS01 (Deluge seal optional).
    7. Operating Temperature Range:
      -60°C to +100°C
    8. Assembly Instruction Sheet:
      AI 302.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    HAWKE CABLE GLAND M32

    HAWKE  CABLE GLAND M32

    Part Number:  Hawke 501/453 RAC C M32

    Material: BRASS NICKEL PLATED

    Application

    Outdoor or indoor use.
    For use with single wire armour ‘W’, wire braid ‘X’ and steel tape armour ‘Z’ elastomer and plastic insulated cables.

     

    Features

    Provides armour clamping using one clamping arrangement for all armour/braid types.
    Provides a seal on the cables inner sheath.
    Deluge protection option available, contact Hawke Technical Sales for details.
    Provides a cable retention and low smoke and fume, zero halogen seal onto the cables outer sheath.

    Materials & Finishes

    The 501/453/RAC cable gland is manufactured in Brass (standard), Nickel Plated Brass, 316 Stainless Steel or Aluminium. Brass NPT entries are nickel plated as standard.

     

     

    Technical Data

    1. Exdb IIC Gb, Exeb IIC Gb, Extb IIIC Db
    2. Certificate No’s
      Baseefa06ATEX0056X and IECEx BAS 06.0013X.
    3. Suitable for use in:
      Zone 1, Zone 2, Zone 21, Zone 22 and in Gas Groups IIA, IIB and IIC.
    4. Construction and Test Standards:
      IEC/EN 60079-0, IEC/EN 60079-1, IEC/EN 60079-7 and IEC/EN 60079-31.
    5. Ingress Protection:
      IP66, IP67 and IP 68* (30 metres for 7 days) to IEC/EN 60529 and NEMA 4X.
      *Additional installation procedures required.
    6. Deluge Protection to:
      DTS01 (Deluge seal optional).
    7. Operating Temperature Range:
      -60°C to +100°C
    8. Assembly Instruction Sheet:
      AI 302.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    HAWKE CABLE GLAND M20 501/453/rac

    HAWKE  CABLE GLAND M20

    Part Number:  Hawke 501/453 RAC O M20

    Material: BRASS NICKEL PLATED

    Application

    Outdoor or indoor use.
    For use with single wire armour ‘W’, wire braid ‘X’ and steel tape armour ‘Z’ elastomer and plastic insulated cables.

     

    Features

    Provides armour clamping using one clamping arrangement for all armour/braid types.
    Provides a seal on the cables inner sheath.
    Deluge protection option available, contact Hawke Technical Sales for details.
    Provides a cable retention and low smoke and fume, zero halogen seal onto the cables outer sheath.

    Materials & Finishes

    The 501/453/RAC cable gland is manufactured in Brass (standard), Nickel Plated Brass, 316 Stainless Steel or Aluminium. Brass NPT entries are nickel plated as standard.

     

     

    Technical Data

    1. Exdb IIC Gb, Exeb IIC Gb, Extb IIIC Db
    2. Certificate No’s
      Baseefa06ATEX0056X and IECEx BAS 06.0013X.
    3. Suitable for use in:
      Zone 1, Zone 2, Zone 21, Zone 22 and in Gas Groups IIA, IIB and IIC.
    4. Construction and Test Standards:
      IEC/EN 60079-0, IEC/EN 60079-1, IEC/EN 60079-7 and IEC/EN 60079-31.
    5. Ingress Protection:
      IP66, IP67 and IP 68* (30 metres for 7 days) to IEC/EN 60529 and NEMA 4X.
      *Additional installation procedures required.
    6. Deluge Protection to:
      DTS01 (Deluge seal optional).
    7. Operating Temperature Range:
      -60°C to +100°C
    8. Assembly Instruction Sheet:
      AI 302.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    HAWKE LUBRICANT TRANSIT SYSTEM

    HAWKE LUBRICANT TRANSIT SYSTEM
     
     

     
     
    The 967 Silicone Lubricant is use to aid the installation of blocks which are tightly fitted.
    The silicone remains soft a low temperatures and will not dry out over long periods of time ensuring that future modifications to the transit will not be impeded.
    Hawke recommends 1 our Lubricant Ref.967 for each 3 apertures.
     

    Lubricant
    Lubricants are to be used in all installations to assure the proper sealing performance. Lubricant is a kind of animal grease, which is natural and non-corrosive. It is applied to the surface of modules,Clamping device, internal walls of frames, and separating boards, to not only lubricate the surface but improve insulation performance of transits as well..

     

    Lubricant DetailsWhy is lubricant used and how much is needed?
    Silicone lubricant is used as an installation aid. At installation lubricant is smeared onto the inside of the frames and on all surfaces of the blocks to prevent binding of rubber components in the close tolerance installation. The silicone doesn’t harden and also assists future disassembly should modification be required. It should be noted that Hawke 967 Lubricant is not an adhesive-..
    One tube of lubricant is sufficient for 3 x size 8 apertures.

     
     
     

    Hawke Transit System

    HTS – Hawke Transit System

    Hawke Transit System – HTS is a manufacturer of cable and pipe modular sealing systems.
    The company has over 30 years experience in product development, system design, supply and installation and has supplied major projects in a variety of industries around the world.
    The Hawke Transit System was first developed over 25 years ago to meet the harsh and hazardous demands of the North Sea Oil Industry. It has since developed for use in many diverse industries.
    As a fire barrier it is a means to maintain the integrity of a firewall, bulkhead or deck through which cables, pipes and other services pass. It will also seal against and exhibit resistance to: water, gas, smoke, vermin, radiation,chemicals, explosion, UV Light, EMC and it also exhibits noise attenuation properties.
    The Hawke Transit System is the most user friendly modular sealing device on the market. It also boasts the best system compression.
    It does not need any on-site modifications. The cable blocks incorporate a colour coding system to minimize incorrect installation.
    The cable blocks have five sealing faces so that the best possible grip is achieved.
    The cable range is also marked on the blocks to aid with on-site inspect-ability.
     
     
     

    Fireproof and watertight transit system HAWKE International

     

    HAWKE transit system was developed for applications with great emphasis on security and protection of cables and is capable of resisting these influences and environments:

    • Fire

    • Water

    • Gas

    • Chemicals

    • Smoke

    • Explosion

    • EMC

    • Noise

    • Rodents 

    The most common HAWKE transit system in telecommunications, military industry, construction of tunnels, construction of shopping centres, nuclear power plants, hydro power plants, chemical industry, pharmaceutical industry and the marine industry.


    Type HRT
     Type:HRT

     Round transit frame, which is supplied in

     types 30,40,50,70,100,150 and 200mm.

     It is suitable for usage in round holes,

     where sealing  is done by tightening nuts

     around the perimeter of the head plate.

     The metallic head and rear plates at the

     same time pull and push the middle black

     rubber ring, thus sealing the assembly

     hole in the wall. At the same time, the

     cable modules are pushed to the centre of

     the passage and thus to overall sealing of

     the entire cable passage.


    Type HMX
     Type: HMX
    The steel ring of the cable passage for the version for welding to the wall or
    passage. This type of frame is suitable for applications such as containers,
    steel constructions, marine industry, tanks, etc. Assembly is done by installation
    of the largest cable sizes and appropriate modules, such that we start from the
    lower modules upwards. Between each module layer, a spacing plate is
    installed to facilitate error-free installation during the pushing process. Naturally,
    each layer must be fitted with the same outer module diameter so that
    assembly can be done. At the end, the compression wedge that seals the
    passage is fitted.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Type HCX
     Type: HCX
    This type of frame is intended for wall up or bolting. These passages are the
    most common and are intended mainly for the building industry and
    telecommunications. The standard design is steel; upon request stainless
    steel frames are supplied. The assembly procedure for the interior is the same
    as applies to type HMX; the frame as such can be walled up or bolted. In the
    case of this frame, it is necessary to apply intumescent  mastic between the
    wall and the frame so that we eliminate eventual  unevenness between the two
    surfaces and prevent eventual penetration of water or humidity.
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Fixed frame
     
     This type of frame is suitable for installation of new cables or ducts.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Divided frame
     

     This type of divided frame can be used for already existing cable installations, or

     ducts for additional sealing of the passages without any necessity to remove

     already installed cables.


    Multiple frame

     For installation of more demanding cable passages with a larger number of

     cables, or necessity to separate certain cable bunches, it is possible to use

     multiple frames.


    Cable modules
     For the inner space of the frame and cable
    installations, typical module series are
    used whereby each module offers a range
    of 3mm for the cable size. Both halves of
    the module are colour-coded for better
    visual check.
     

    Blinding module

     If in the design of cable passages and, eventually, reserves for planned future

     cables, you need to fill a place in the passage, we use sealing modules, which

     are in the same type series as the cable modules. Again, it must have the same

     outer dimensions as the cable modules.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     


    Compression system
     For installation of type HMX A HCX frames, we need a compression system. The
    compression system can be collapsed into 3 components, such that it is easy
    to insert two outer parts of the compression system into the compressed
    installed module with an compression tool, after which the compression tool is
    released and the third, middle part of the compression system is inserted. After
    this, the 3 nuts on the compression system are tightened and perfectly press all
    the installed modules, thus sealing the cable transit.
     
     
     
     
     

    Compression Tool 
     For error-free assembly of the transit, it is essential before installation of the

     modules to slide out the last layer of the frame with the pressure plate of the

     compression system, install the rest of the modules (at this stage, the limiting

     plate is no longer used) and the assembly wedge is fitted at the centre, which

     upon tightening acts as a jack. We compress the modules of the frame in such

     a way that it is possible to insert the two side parts of the compression system

     along the sides of the assembly wedge.

     
     
     
     
     


    Pulling Device
     In case of dismounting of the HMX and HCX frame, it is necessary to use a
    pulling element, which acts as a puller. Without this puller, it is not possible to
    remove the centre piece of the compression system, even when you loosen the
    nuts. It is only after removing the centre piece of the compression system using
    this puller, that you can slide the compression tool into the created gap, you
    press the modules in such a way that it is possible to also remove both side
    pieces of the compression system and then release the compression tool  and
    remove it from the frame. After this, you can easily make adjustments without
    any problem.
     
     
     

    Stayplates

     The stayplate is inserted between each module layer, excluding the top layer.

     The function of the plate is important, because it ensures proper pushing of the

     modules over the entire width of the layer and the transit is thus perfectly sealed.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Lubrication gel

     Lubrication gel is an important and essential component of the cable.transit. it is

     necessary to lubricate all the inner parts of the frame and modules used in

     assembly because this guarantees faultless positioning of all assembly

     components of the passage and hence perfect sealing of all the transiting

     cables or ducts.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     


    Intumescent Mastic
     Intumescent mastic is used in the assembly of the HCX. frame The caused is
    applied between the wall and the border of the frame, thus leading to sealing of
    any eventual gaps (caused by wall surface unevenness) between the frame and
    the wall and thus prevents eventual penetration of water or humidity into the
    passage.
     

     
     
    Photo from installation

     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    JUAL HAWKE LUBRICANT TRANSIT SYSTEM

    HAWKE LUBRICANT TRANSIT SYSTEM
     
     

     
     
    The 967 Silicone Lubricant is use to aid the installation of blocks which are tightly fitted.
    The silicone remains soft a low temperatures and will not dry out over long periods of time ensuring that future modifications to the transit will not be impeded.
    Hawke recommends 1 our Lubricant Ref.967 for each 3 apertures.
     

    Lubricant
    Lubricants are to be used in all installations to assure the proper sealing performance. Lubricant is a kind of animal grease, which is natural and non-corrosive. It is applied to the surface of modules,Clamping device, internal walls of frames, and separating boards, to not only lubricate the surface but improve insulation performance of transits as well..

     

    Lubricant DetailsWhy is lubricant used and how much is needed?
    Silicone lubricant is used as an installation aid. At installation lubricant is smeared onto the inside of the frames and on all surfaces of the blocks to prevent binding of rubber components in the close tolerance installation. The silicone doesn’t harden and also assists future disassembly should modification be required. It should be noted that Hawke 967 Lubricant is not an adhesive-..
    One tube of lubricant is sufficient for 3 x size 8 apertures.

     
     
     

    Hawke Transit System

    HTS – Hawke Transit System

    Hawke Transit System – HTS is a manufacturer of cable and pipe modular sealing systems.
    The company has over 30 years experience in product development, system design, supply and installation and has supplied major projects in a variety of industries around the world.
    The Hawke Transit System was first developed over 25 years ago to meet the harsh and hazardous demands of the North Sea Oil Industry. It has since developed for use in many diverse industries.
    As a fire barrier it is a means to maintain the integrity of a firewall, bulkhead or deck through which cables, pipes and other services pass. It will also seal against and exhibit resistance to: water, gas, smoke, vermin, radiation,chemicals, explosion, UV Light, EMC and it also exhibits noise attenuation properties.
    The Hawke Transit System is the most user friendly modular sealing device on the market. It also boasts the best system compression.
    It does not need any on-site modifications. The cable blocks incorporate a colour coding system to minimize incorrect installation.
    The cable blocks have five sealing faces so that the best possible grip is achieved.
    The cable range is also marked on the blocks to aid with on-site inspect-ability.
     
     
     

    Fireproof and watertight transit system HAWKE International

     

    HAWKE transit system was developed for applications with great emphasis on security and protection of cables and is capable of resisting these influences and environments:

    • Fire

    • Water

    • Gas

    • Chemicals

    • Smoke

    • Explosion

    • EMC

    • Noise

    • Rodents 

    The most common HAWKE transit system in telecommunications, military industry, construction of tunnels, construction of shopping centres, nuclear power plants, hydro power plants, chemical industry, pharmaceutical industry and the marine industry.


    Type HRT
     Type:HRT

     Round transit frame, which is supplied in

     types 30,40,50,70,100,150 and 200mm.

     It is suitable for usage in round holes,

     where sealing  is done by tightening nuts

     around the perimeter of the head plate.

     The metallic head and rear plates at the

     same time pull and push the middle black

     rubber ring, thus sealing the assembly

     hole in the wall. At the same time, the

     cable modules are pushed to the centre of

     the passage and thus to overall sealing of

     the entire cable passage.


    Type HMX
     Type: HMX
    The steel ring of the cable passage for the version for welding to the wall or
    passage. This type of frame is suitable for applications such as containers,
    steel constructions, marine industry, tanks, etc. Assembly is done by installation
    of the largest cable sizes and appropriate modules, such that we start from the
    lower modules upwards. Between each module layer, a spacing plate is
    installed to facilitate error-free installation during the pushing process. Naturally,
    each layer must be fitted with the same outer module diameter so that
    assembly can be done. At the end, the compression wedge that seals the
    passage is fitted.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Type HCX
     Type: HCX
    This type of frame is intended for wall up or bolting. These passages are the
    most common and are intended mainly for the building industry and
    telecommunications. The standard design is steel; upon request stainless
    steel frames are supplied. The assembly procedure for the interior is the same
    as applies to type HMX; the frame as such can be walled up or bolted. In the
    case of this frame, it is necessary to apply intumescent  mastic between the
    wall and the frame so that we eliminate eventual  unevenness between the two
    surfaces and prevent eventual penetration of water or humidity.
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Fixed frame
     
     This type of frame is suitable for installation of new cables or ducts.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Divided frame
     

     This type of divided frame can be used for already existing cable installations, or

     ducts for additional sealing of the passages without any necessity to remove

     already installed cables.


    Multiple frame

     For installation of more demanding cable passages with a larger number of

     cables, or necessity to separate certain cable bunches, it is possible to use

     multiple frames.


    Cable modules
     For the inner space of the frame and cable
    installations, typical module series are
    used whereby each module offers a range
    of 3mm for the cable size. Both halves of
    the module are colour-coded for better
    visual check.
     

    Blinding module

     If in the design of cable passages and, eventually, reserves for planned future

     cables, you need to fill a place in the passage, we use sealing modules, which

     are in the same type series as the cable modules. Again, it must have the same

     outer dimensions as the cable modules.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     


    Compression system
     For installation of type HMX A HCX frames, we need a compression system. The
    compression system can be collapsed into 3 components, such that it is easy
    to insert two outer parts of the compression system into the compressed
    installed module with an compression tool, after which the compression tool is
    released and the third, middle part of the compression system is inserted. After
    this, the 3 nuts on the compression system are tightened and perfectly press all
    the installed modules, thus sealing the cable transit.
     
     
     
     
     

    Compression Tool 
     For error-free assembly of the transit, it is essential before installation of the

     modules to slide out the last layer of the frame with the pressure plate of the

     compression system, install the rest of the modules (at this stage, the limiting

     plate is no longer used) and the assembly wedge is fitted at the centre, which

     upon tightening acts as a jack. We compress the modules of the frame in such

     a way that it is possible to insert the two side parts of the compression system

     along the sides of the assembly wedge.

     
     
     
     
     


    Pulling Device
     In case of dismounting of the HMX and HCX frame, it is necessary to use a
    pulling element, which acts as a puller. Without this puller, it is not possible to
    remove the centre piece of the compression system, even when you loosen the
    nuts. It is only after removing the centre piece of the compression system using
    this puller, that you can slide the compression tool into the created gap, you
    press the modules in such a way that it is possible to also remove both side
    pieces of the compression system and then release the compression tool  and
    remove it from the frame. After this, you can easily make adjustments without
    any problem.
     
     
     

    Stayplates

     The stayplate is inserted between each module layer, excluding the top layer.

     The function of the plate is important, because it ensures proper pushing of the

     modules over the entire width of the layer and the transit is thus perfectly sealed.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Lubrication gel

     Lubrication gel is an important and essential component of the cable.transit. it is

     necessary to lubricate all the inner parts of the frame and modules used in

     assembly because this guarantees faultless positioning of all assembly

     components of the passage and hence perfect sealing of all the transiting

     cables or ducts.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     


    Intumescent Mastic
     Intumescent mastic is used in the assembly of the HCX. frame The caused is
    applied between the wall and the border of the frame, thus leading to sealing of
    any eventual gaps (caused by wall surface unevenness) between the frame and
    the wall and thus prevents eventual penetration of water or humidity into the
    passage.
     

     
     
    Photo from installation