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Technical Information - GSI Coiled Duct

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Compression Strength: up to 3,100N

Tensile Strength:          up to 321Kgf/cm2 (at 5% deformation of outer diameter)

Heat Resistance:          0.4% (at 110C)

Thermal deformation:   3%

Friction Factor:             3%

Heat Transforming Factor: <3% after storing for 60 minutes at 110C

Impact Test:                 Passed - free from distortion and tear

Bending Performance:   Bendable to -20C

 

Electrical:                     Withstands AC2,000V over 15 minutes

Insulation:                    Over 100MΩ

 

Chemical resistance no defects at:

40% HNO3

40% NaOH

30% H2SO4

10% NaCl

 

Tested and compliant with IEC 61386-21, IEC 61386-22, IEC 61386-24

Some possible configurations of GSI Coiled Duct.  Standard production items are highlighted in red:

Product COD Size (mm)

 Sub Ducts

 Ø Sub-Duct ID (mm)
050412000 50 4 12
050510000 50 5 10
055133000 55 1 33
055317000 55 3 17
055512000 55 5 12
055710000 55 7 10
060514000 60 5 14
060710000 60 7 10
075322000 75 5 22
090328000 90 3 28
100332000 100 3 32
100428000 100 4 28
100525000 100 5 25
110000000 110 0 0
110336000 110 3 36
110432000 110 4 32
110528000 110 5 28
110725000 110 7 25
120350000 120 3 50
120436000 120 4 36
160350000 160 3 50
160440000 160 4 40
       
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