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CGB, CGD, CGE and CGFP Non-armored Glands

Crouse-Hinds series CGB, CGD, CGE and CGFP non-armored glands are installed to provide a means for passing a cord, unarmored cable or flexible conduit into an enclosure.  The glands form an environmental seal for cord or unarmored round cables, and they form a secure connection or termination for flexible cord, cable (unarmored) or flexible conduit.

These cable glands are listed for use with flexible cords, including Type S, SO, STO, ST, SJ, SJT, SJTO and SVO.  They are also listed for use with tray cable types TC, TC-ER, TC-ER-HLA, ITC, ITC-ER, ITC-HL, PLTC and PLTC-ER.  When installed in accordance with NEC501.10(B)(4), CGB, CGD, CGE and CGFP non-armored glands are suitable for use in Class I, Division 2 hazardous locations.

Certifications and compliances

  • cULus Listed – UL File No. E23223
  • Suitable for use in wet locations
  • CGB and CGFP models are suitable for use in Class I, Division 2 hazardous locations when installed in accordance with NEC501.10(B)(4)
  • NEMA 3R (all models)
  • NEMA 4 (CGB 3/8” to 3” steel only, CGD and CGE)
  • NEMA 4X (CGB 3/8” to 1-1/2” aluminum only)

Design features

  • Rugged, durable construction protects cords and cables from damage and compact design permits close grouping of several cords and/or cables
  • Wire mesh grips available for added strain relief
  • Available with NPT threads
  • Standard neoprene bushing weatherproof seal on outer sheath of cable

Standard materials

  • CGB bodies and gland nuts – steel with zinc electroplate and chromate finish or Feraloy iron alloy with electrogalvanized and aluminum acrylic paint; also available in all aluminum construction.
  • CGD and CGE bodies – Feraloy iron alloy
  • CGD and CGE gland nuts – steel 
  • CGFP bodies and gland nuts – turned steel or Feraloy iron alloy
  • Bushings – neoprene