ATX Liquidtight Flexible
Metal Conduit and High-/
Low-Temperature Fittings
Ring Terminals
Extreme Temperature Protection
The pulping process involves cooking raw materials
at elevated temperatures with steam in excess of
200° C. In addition to heat from pulping, drying and
other processes, high plant floor usage and industrial
lighting fixtures also contribute to increased ambient
temperatures around the electrical system. While
electrical system challenges in pulp and paper
processing usually result from high temperatures,
outdoor processes and their electrical systems
can be exposed to below-freezing temperatures.
Thomas & Betts’ solutions address issues that can
result from extreme temperatures, including:
Extreme-Temperature Flexible Nylon Conduit Systems
• Continuous operating temperatures of -100° to 170° C
and excellent fire safety characteristics
• Good flexibility and high impact resistance
even at low temperatures
High-Temperature Ring Terminals
• Rated for temperatures up to 150° C, 600V maximum
• UL94V-0 fluoropolymer insulation
Extra-High Temperature Nylon Cable Ties
• For use in temperatures from -40° to 150° C
• Features “The Grip of Steel
” stainless steel locking
device and offers infinite adjustability
Heavy-Duty Stainless Steel Cable Ties
• For use in temperatures from -80° to 538° C
• Available in both Type 304 and Type 316
stainless steel
ATX Liquidtight Flexible Metal Conduit
and High-/Low-Temperature Fittings
• Suitable for operating temperatures from -60° to 150° C
• Flammability rating of UL94-HB and UL94V-2
• Conduit features standard flexible metallic core
with temperature-resistant elastomeric outer jacket
XD Expansion/
Deflection Coupling
XD Expansion/Deflection Coupling
• Ideal for use in conduit runs subject to movement
due to external forces or temperature changes
• Suitable for use indoors, outdoors, direct buried
or embedded in concrete
• Watertight, flexible neoprene outer jacket —
ideal for use in harsh environments
• Components in or near high-temperature processing areas
can soften and fail
• Components may melt and destroy other nearby equipment
or contaminate pulp or paper products
• Components in extremely high-temperature areas
can catch fire and burn
• Thermal expansion and contraction damages conduit systems
• Components can become brittle and fail at low temperatures,
particularly in outdoor areas
Flexible Nylon
Conduit Systems
Extra-High Temperature
and Stainless Steel Ties
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