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Yeah you're right, although the start of the vid mentions armoured cable ? I have had them introduced to me as for use with armoured in the wholesalers, but then when you are dealing with glands for cable made by a company called SWA the potential for confusion is increased.The cable in the animation looks more like a screened/braided cable than an armoured.
Count to 1...1, or zero...yer ludditei'll never master a computer while i have a hole in my arse. spawn of the devil. never do what you want them to do, and then they mix it all up. still what do we expect from something that can only count to 2.
Not necessarily, if they are made for SY that would explain the cross hatching on the cone which isn't normally there in an SWS gland.Thanks.
Was told by the supplier that they were for SY cable, I wanted a second opinion in-case I was losing it!
The packets were labeled wrong.
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