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Your questions - Our answers

Do you have questions about the assembly or installation of one of our products or do you have general questions?

Here you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) at BBC Cellpack Electrical Products


Are BBC Cellpack sealing compounds resistant to petrol?
Are there any minimum distances that have to be kept when working with cast resin or gel systems?
Can a cast resin joint be cast when live?
Can a polyurethane 2-component cast resin be used after the best-before date?
Can BBC Cellpack cast resin also be used in connection with other housing shapes (e.g. branch box)?
Can three cable ends be interconnected?
How can a flat cable (e.g. pump connection cable) be connected with a “normal” cable?
How do I dispose of excess cast resin?
How is the BBC Cellpack cast resin used?
How long does the cast resin have to be mixed for?
How long does the EG cast resin take to harden at an ambient temperature of 15 °C?
Is it possible, to use clamps in spring clamp technology in combination with Cellpack sealing compounds (gel / cast resin)?
To which extent do cast resin joints protect against the penetration of gases?
To which extent do cast resin joints protect against the penetration of water?
What is important to consider in connection with cast resin and rain / moisture?
What is the advantage of BBC Cellpack cast resin joints?
What is the difference between hardening time and pot life?
What temperatures must be observed when storing BBC Cellpack PUR cast resin products?
Which cast resins does BBC Cellpack provide?

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