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RGPM

The RGPM pressure seal is used when running cables and pipes through a section under or close to water, and to form a water-sealed unit with the section of almost unlimited designations of numbers and dimensions of cables and pipes. Approved for a continuous pressure up to 15 bar.

15 Bar
15 Bar
RGPM

  • Custom designed
  • Type approved to 15 bar water pressure
  • DNV-GL and ABS approved

The design of a RGPM is made according to customers specification.
The RGPM system is available in diameters 50 to 200mm for 15 bar pressure and 25 to 675mm for 3.3 bar pressure. The outer diameter of the RGPM pressure seal is designed to match the inner diameter of the pipe or hole into which the unit is to be fitted.

The seals are normally made from Nitril rubber but other material can be used. Fittings are either stainless steel, hot galvanized or in other materials according to customers requirements.

The RGPM can also be installed and blind packed for installation of cables or pipes at a later stage.

In installation where the pressure could vary, a self-sealing version of RGPM can be used. The seal adjust itself according to the pressure.

Inspections and tests:

Dimensional and visual inspected before delivery. Additional
tests can be performed to clients specification.

Certificates and reports:

• Factory Inspection and Test Report Certificate (optional)
• Material Test Certificate
• Type Approved by DNV-GL and ABS for pressure up to 15 bar

Instruction:

A detailed instruction manual is supplied with the RGPM.
Capacity:
Working pressure: 0-15 bar (water)

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