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CCG 3-Way Bottom Entry™ Box Ex e IIC, Ex nA IIC, Ex t IIIC, IP66/68

   for Hazardous Installations
Features and Benefits
  • Screw-on lid provides ease of installation locked with a special key prevents unauthorized tampering and ease of installation.
  • No exposed metal parts.
  • Dust and water proof to IP68 when used with CCG sealed cable glands.
  • No drilling or tapping of cable entries required.
  • Mounting studs provided for DIN rail if using CCG Terminal Blocks.
  • Installation must be carried out by a competent person.
  • Do not install under live current conditions.
  • The box must not be modified in any way, as this will invalidate the certification.
  • All wiring must be carried out in accordance with the relevant Codes of Practice.
  • The wiring insulation must not extend by more than 1.0mm from the metal face of the terminal as shown in Figure 2.
  • The voltage and current value of the box must not be exceeded. 
  • See relevant certificate for current limitations for conditions of use / schedule of limitations.
  • Only those terminals shown in the terminal schedule may be incorporated in the box.
  • Inner cable bedding must protrude into the box by a minimum of 20mm past the cable entry point.
  • Not more than one single or multiple strand lead shall be connected into either side of the terminals.
  • Only earth conductors of equal size shall be connected with rail mounted
  • terminals.
  • All terminal screws used and unused shall be tightened.
  • A parallel shaft screw driver of the correct size should be used for rail mounted terminals screws.
  • Where cables enter the box they must be secured by CCG Cable Glands 
  • appropriate to the make up of the cable. 
  • Unused entry apertures must be blanked with certified CCG Blanking Plugs.
  • To maintain IP66/68 a thread seal gasket between the box and cable gland must be installed.
  • Before replacing the lid, ensure the lid gasket is in place.
  • The use of a CCG Box Spanner (Lid Locking Key) is required to maintain the 
  • tamper proof integrity of the box.

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