Pressure-tight and flexible cable duct systems
Through the use of pressure-tight, mechanically stable and flexible cable ducts that predefine the relevant bend radius, an infrastructure was implemented that allows for retrofitting over the long term.
Precise fixation of the Hateflex spiral hoses with KES150-2x3 KA spacers for optimal soil compaction and subsequent laying of cables.
The KES150 cable entry systems ensure safely laid cables in the builtover area and meet the most demanding requirements.
The rigid Hateflex14150 cable duct system is mechanically pressure resistant and provides for the relevant bend radius.
The HSI150 wall inserts set in the concrete are gas and watertight. They are located inside the concrete wall, behind the building insulation. The hose is connected to the wall inserts via the KES-M 150-D system cover.
The Hateflex14150 spiral hose is connected to the concreted HSI150 cable entries gas and watertight using a rubber sleeve method.
Pressure-tight, mechanically stable and flexible empty conduit line between the buildings
Installation of the HSI150-K2/300 in the walls, flush with the formwork. Pressure-tight connection of Hateflex14150 spiral hose to the concreted cable entry via KES-M 150-D system cover
HSI150 D3x58 WS
Double wall insert
for setting in concreteHSI150 K2/X
For the gastight and watertight connection on both sides of system seals for cables and cable ducts and …
cable seal with hot shrink-fit methodHSI150 D... WS
For use in wall insert and plastic flange HSI 150. The thermal sleeves support a wide area of application. …
cable seal with hot shrink-fit methodKES-M 150-D...
For cable seal at the end of the Hateflex spiral hose 14150. Empty system cover sockets can be sealed with …
Plastic spiral conduit hose for cable entry systemHateflex14150/xB
Flexible and very rugged plastic spiral hose. A pressure-tight cable entry system can be created using the …