Wash-down cord sets for harsh conditions

Belden Inc.'s Wash-Down Cord Sets are designed to function in high-intensity cleaning processes and feature crimp contacts, high shock and vibration resistance, and IP67, IP68 and IP69K certification for ingress protection.

08/25/2014


Belden Inc.'s Wash-Down Cord Sets are designed to function in high-intensity cleaning processes and feature crimp contacts, high shock and vibration resistance, and IP67, IP68 and IP69K certification for ingress protection. Courtesy: BeldenBelden Inc.'s Wash-Down Cord Sets are designed to withstand extreme temperatures, high pressure, and the chemical exposure typical in high-intensity cleaning processes. They are also designed to be functional in all harsh industrial settings, particularly for the food and beverage, chemical and pharmaceutical industries. The Wash-Down Cord Sets also feature gold-plated crimp contacts, high shock and vibration resistance, and IP67, IP68 and IP69K certification for ingress protection. They are also specifically designed to withstand the high-shock and vibration found in industrial environments, which helps to maintain a high productivity level of equipment. Other features include UL certification for temperatures up to +90 C and an operating temperature range of 40 to +105 C.

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