Reliable sealing with KDSClick
The technology required to create the optical zero joint has been relatively expensive for craftsmen and hardly feasible on a mobile basis until yet. The Schmallenberg-based company Aggregate und Sonderbau Kluge GmbH is currently establishing an attractive alternative on the market. The specialist for innovative solutions in the field of mechanical engineering has developed the world's first mobile "optical zero joint scraper" that does not require any additional peripherals. Together with the optional BAT machining table, the efficient and cost-effective device can be used as a stationary workstation in the workshop or on the construction site. For the compressed air and power supply to the tables, Kluge relies on the KDSClick cable entry system from CONTA-CLIP.
The decision was made for both practical and design-specific reasons. Thanks to the standard equipment, the processing table can be expanded at any time to meet specific customer requirements. In addition, the proven cable entry system KDSClick blends harmoniously with the clear lines of the edger and eliminates the need for new drill holes or cable glands in case of an cabling reconfiguration. Only the blind plugs need to be exchanged for the desired sealing elements.
With the cable entry system KDSClick, which can be mounted without tools, unassembled and assembled cables can be routed through enclosure and control cabinet walls. Constructed according to a simple modular principle, it consists of only three basic components. These can be configured as required for cables, wires or hoses. CONTA-CLIP offers its flexible system with IP66 protection for 4, 6, 8 or 10 sealing elements, which are available in over 100 different variants. Their conical shape makes it easy to press them in or out on the inside of the previously attached inlays. New or rewiring can be carried out in no time at all.
Construction solutions from KDSClick
CONTA-CLIP's cable entry system KDSClick offers two significant advantages over cable entry systems consisting of separate frame gaskets and straight slotted sealing elements:
Conventional cable entry systems use separate frame gaskets made of sponge rubber foam, glued onto the surface before the frame is mounted. Often, even small impurities cause damage to the adhesive surface, resulting in the gasket warp under the frame. With KDSClick, on the other hand, the gasket is firmly foamed into the frame. This means that it can neither deform nor slip. In addition, there is no need for cumbersome preparatory work.
The second shortcoming of conventional systems concerns sealing elements with a straight side cut, which distort under the leverage of cables routed in a tight radius and no longer seal reliably.
For this reason, CONTA-CLIP designs the sealing elements for KDSClick with a wave-cut and inner lamellae in the feed-through channel. The wave-cut prevents the surfaces from slipping against each other, even under transverse tensile forces, so that dimensional stability is guaranteed and the formation of leaky gaps is prevented.
Click on the respective numbers in the following illustration to discover the individual components of our cable entry system KDSClick.