A device designed to provide securing of cables when installed at intervals along the length of cables.?

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Electrical installations can be secured by installing cables with cable cleats put at regular intervals to prevent short-circuits and to keep the cables in place in the event of an accident.

In order to prevent excessive cable movement caused by fault-current magnetic forces, the cable cleats must be suitable for the cable size (outside diameter) and predicted fault current (peak fault level kA).

Correctly selected cable cleats will sustain stresses equal to the peak projected short-circuit current values.

A cable cleat restrains the movement of cables under electrical fault conditions, which is why cable system design, engineering, and specification must address the correct cable fixing or fastening system.

Specialist cable fittings for fire resistant, low smoke zero halogens (LSF LSOH) and quatrefoil (Quad) cable installations are offered in a variety of climatic situations (onshore and offshore), industrial uses, and operating voltages.

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