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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 the BBC Cellpack SHE house connection points suitable for feed-through in a floor slab, as a replacement for e.g. a multi-branch house connection point?
Can a hot-air blower also be used to shrink heat shrinkable components?
Can I make my own joint from various heat shrinkable tubes?
Can the CHM / CHMSV 24 kV straight-through joints also be used for 12 kV cables?
Can the SRMAHV shrinkable sleeves also be used to repair a cable sheath in low or medium voltage cables?
Do BBC Cellpack tubes – type SR(H), SRAT and SRBB – contain chlorine and sulphur?
How do I correctly shrink a heat shrinkable tube (SR...)?
How do I correctly shrink a spreader cap SEH...?
How does the shrinkable tube work?
How is a SHE heat shrinkable wall duct used?
How is the shield continuity wire to be used?
Is an SR installation of SMH under plaster possible?
Is the SRAT or SRBB heat shrinkable tube suitable for protecting busbars and shortening distances?
The outer sheath of an E90 cable is damaged. Can a shrinkable sleeve be used for repairs?
What is the advantage of BBC Cellpack heat shrinkable cable joints?
What is the protection calss (IPXX) of heat shrinkable cable joints and heat shrinkable tubes?
What must be taken into account with components that contain halogens and their application?
Which heat shrinkable tubes are permitted in accordance with UL (Underwriters Laboratories)?
Which sets are suitable for use in potentially explosive atmospheres (ATEX)?

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