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3D drawings for Ex d linebushings to download for freee

08-10-2017 05:20 PM CET | Industry, Real Estate & Construction

Press release from: Quintex GmbH

M42 as 3D drawing with all data needed

M42 as 3D drawing with all data needed

We know by a lot of requests that R&D department like to work with 3 D drawings during the development of new products.
To accelerate your work at those departments we published our line bushings in the often used STP file format, which is compatible to most 3D CAD programs.
You will find the most important line bushing sizes at our download page of the Quintex homepage.
The drawings with all dimensions are available for screw able (metric and NPT threads), pluggable and 'two-path' (a pluggable within a screw able adapter) line bushing.
The use is free, but you must take care that our logo remains at the drawing. This will not have any effect on the dimensions and R&D work.
We hope that this service will help you with your daily work and to make sure you will not fight size problems after product development.
Just open our download page ( ), scroll down to '3D drawing/files for your development (step files)', open it and download the drawing you need.

By publishing those CAD files we want to show that service is a very important part of our company culture.

If you have any problems with the download or use of these files, please contact the line bushing department.
You will find all contacts on our homepage
('We' page : )

Quintex GmbH manufactures and supplies material for trace heating (heating tapes, heating cables, controller, connection sets) and explosion protection ( Ex e terminal boxes, pressurized systems, line bushings,own range of local control function, local control stations - all can be specified and ordered online)
We manufacture all our material in our own approved (ATEX, ISO, FM, CSA...) facility.
By this we can guarantee our high level of quality, reliability and in time delivery.

Quintex GmbH
i_Park Tauberfranken 13
97922 Lauda-Koenigshofen
Phone: +49 (0) 9343 6130 0
Fax: +49 (0) 9343 6130 105

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