Cable Glands Market-By Type (Industrial, Explosion Proof); By Cable Type (Armored, Unarmored); By Materials (Brass, Stainless Steel, Plastic); By Industries - Forecast to 2021

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  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 146 pages
  • IndustryARC
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  • Caledonian Cables Ltd.
  • Cortem Group
  • Hubbell Inc.
  • Metal Craft Industries
  • Sealcon, LLC
  • MORE
Cable Glands are mechanical cable entry modules that facilitate barrier penetration and provide sealing. They are also known as strain reliefs or sealing glands and can enclose multiple wires and cables. Apart from sealing wires and cables, cable glands provide other functions such as earthing, environmental protection, ingress protection and strain relief.

The purpose of cable gland is to seal the cables/wires and retain it in the electrical equipment where it is being integrated. Therefore, compliance with standards is of utmost importance for cable glands including Ingress Protection, Material Selection, Cable Pull-Out Resistance, Electromagnetic Interference and few others. The standards for cable glands utilized in both industrial and hazardous locations. For instance, the initial standards for cable glands created were in U.K. called as GDCD 190 which eventually was superseded by BS 4121 and later BS 6121. But the scope of these standards were not sufficient for cable glands performance, hence European Standard EN 5062 was published in 1999. IEC 62444 has been the latest evolution in cable glands standards that will have profound impact on the global cable glands industry as countries are rapidly harmonizing their respective industrial equipment standards with IEC standards.

Considering the standards for cable glands based on several aforementioned parameters, the market in the Cable Glands report has been classified on following criteria: type of cable glands, type of cables, type of materials, industry verticals and geographies. The types of cable glands have been categorized into industrial and hazardous cable glands considering their mode of utilization. Both of these cable glands differ in their standards, fabrication and end-use applications.

Gradually, the market for cable glands has been presented on the basis of materials and cable types. The brass has remained the dominant material for manufacturing cable glands followed by other metallic and non-metallic materials while the cable glands market has been segregated into armored and unarmored/non-armored type cables.

The market for cable glands has also been explored on the basis of several industry verticals. There are various industries that have been taken account of while analyzing the cable glands market to establish the relation between the other segmentation parameters and end-use applications. The salient industries classified for this market incorporate manufacturing and processing industries, power & utilities, chemicals, aerospace, oil & gas, mining and few others.

The market based on geography has been primarily classified into Americas, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of the World (RoW) which has been eventually further sorted into significant countries from the perspective of cable glands industry. The report has also focused on the dominant manufacturers of cable glands both at global and local levels. The respective profiles for the companies provided in the report consists of business overview, financials, product portfolio and developments pertaining to cable glands while a strategy analysis has also been carved out for top players in the market.
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  • Caledonian Cables Ltd.
  • Cortem Group
  • Hubbell Inc.
  • Metal Craft Industries
  • Sealcon, LLC
  • MORE
1. Cable Glands- Market Overview
2. Executive Summary
3. Cable Glands- Market Landscape
3.1. Market Share Analysis
3.2. Comparative Analysis
3.2.1. Product Benchmarking
3.2.2. End user profiling
3.2.3. Patent Analysis
3.2.4. Top 5 Financials Analysis
4. Cable Glands- Market Forces
4.1. Market Drivers
4.2. Market Constraints
4.3. Market Challenges
4.4. Attractiveness of the Cable Glands Industry
4.4.1. Power of Suppliers
4.4.2. Power of Customers
4.4.3. Threat of New entrants
4.4.4. Threat of Substitution
4.4.5. Degree of Competition
5. Cable Glands Market - Strategic Analysis
5.1. Value Chain Analysis
5.2. Pricing Analysis
5.3. Opportunities Analysis
5.4. Product/Market Life Cycle Analysis
5.5. Suppliers and Distributors
6. Cable Glands Certification Standards
7. Cable Glands Market - By Type
7.1. Introduction
7.2. Industrial Cable Glands
7.3. Hazardous Area Cable Glands
7.3.1. Increased Safety (Ex ‘e’)
7.3.2. Flameproof (Ex ‘d’)
7.3.3. Protection by Enclosures (Ex ‘tD’)
8. Cable Glands Market - By Materials
8.1. Brass
8.2. Stainless Steel
8.3. Aluminum
8.4. Plastic
8.5. Others
9. Cable Glands Market - By Cable Type
9.1. Introduction
9.2. Armored
9.3. Unarmored/Non-Armored
10. Cable Glands Market - By Industry Verticals
10.1. Manufacturing & Processing
10.2. Oil & Gas
10.3. Mining
10.4. Aerospace
10.5. Chemicals
10.6. Marine
10.7. Power & Utilities
10.8. Construction
10.9. Others
11. Cable Glands Market-By Geography
11.1. Introduction
11.2. Americas
11.2.1. U.S.
11.2.2. Brazil
11.2.3. Mexico
11.2.4. Others
11.3. Europe
11.3.1. U.K.
11.3.2. Germany
11.3.3. France
11.3.4. Others
11.4. Asia-Pacific (APAC)
11.4.1. Australia
11.4.2. China
11.4.3. Japan
11.4.4. South Korea
11.4.5. Others
11.5. Rest of the World (RoW)
11.5.1. Middle East
11.5.2. Africa
12. Market Entropy
12.1. New Product Launches
12.2. M&As, Collaborations, JVs and Partnerships
13. Company Profiles
13.1. Amphenol Industrial Products Group
13.2. Caledonian Cables Ltd.
13.3. CMP Products
13.4. Copper Crouse-Hinds (Eaton)
13.5. Cortem Group
13.6. Elsewedy Electric
13.7. Emerson Industrial Automation
13.9. BARTEC Group
13.10. Jacob GmbH
13.11. Metal Craft Industries
13.12. R. Stahl AG
13.13. Sealcon, LLC
13.14. TE Connectivity
13.15. Hubbell Inc.
13.16. Warom Group
14. Appendix
14.1. Abbreviations
14.2. Sources
14.3. Research Methodology
14.4. Bibliography
14.5. Compilation of Expert Insights
14.6. Disclaimer
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Amphenol Industrial Group
Caledonian Cables Ltd.
Copper Crouse-Hinds (Eaton)
Cortem Group
Elsewedy Electric
Emerson Industrial Automation
Jacob GmbH
Metal Craft Industries
R. Stahl AG
Sealcon, LLC
TE Connectivity
Hubbell Inc.
Warom Group
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