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Small and Hot – this is how the new ShotGLAND cable gland series by WISKA presents itself. It has been designed especially for the industrial usage where extremely hot or very cold ambient temperatures prevail. Thanks to its minimal installation height, the ShotGLAND is one of the flattest cable glands on the market. Truly versatile!

In the LT-version the new ShotGLAND comes with an efficient silicone sealing that can be used in temperatures ranging from -60 °C to 180 °C. This makes ShotGLAND the ideal cable gland for high temperature environments like the steel industry or sensor technology as well as applications with lowest temperatures. Both version standard and LT are offered with an EMC insert. Using different sealing elements large range clamping sizes can be realized.  

The ShotGLAND cable gland is available in thread sizes from M 8 to M 63 thereby covering a broad application spectrum. By its compact sealing design the minimal installation height ranging from 10 mm (M 8) to 16,5 mm (M 63) is realized along with a protection class of IP 68 with strain relief.

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Your benefits with ShotGLAND

With the development of the ShotGLAND, WISKA has again proved its long-standing competence for application specific cable glands. ShotGLAND is the ideal addition to the existing cable gland series by WISKA like the modular SPRINT system, the breathable venting products, the Hygienic Design series HatGLAND or the railway series.

Minimal installation height from 10 mm (M8) to 16,5 mm (M63)

Minimal installation height from 10 mm (M8) to 16,5 mm (M63)

Different Grommets for large clamping ranges

Different Grommets for large clamping ranges

Available in a standard and LT-variety

Available in a standard and LT-variety

Thread sizes from M 8 to M 63

Thread sizes from M 8 to M 63

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