The dangers that should be checked for include inadequate insulation and earthing, accessible live parts, worn and damaged cables, inadequately guarded moving parts and ineffective cord grips.
What does CG stand for?
CG stands for Cord Grip
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- Consul General
- Consultative Group
- Consumer Goods
- Contact Group
- Contact Guarding
- Contadora Group
- Contingency Guidance
- Controls Group
- Conversion Gain (electronics)
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Cord grip lean your birdcage thoroughly with dishwashing liquid.
Materials needed: Vintage birdcage with a solid floor Dishwashing liquid Electric drill Light fitting Electrical cord (flex) Cord grip ?
The wedges, available in right-hand only, feature a W nickel (satin) chrome/black finish, and come with a stiff-flex steel shaft and Velvet Full Cord grip.
March 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Amphenol Industrial, a global leader in interconnect systems, has just released its 2008/2009 catalog outlining the company's full line of cord grips and cable glands.
And if you're ever changing or checking plugs, ensure that the connections inside are tight and that the cord grip is tight around the cable, rather than the wires.
Size: Which size cord grip to use depends on three things: the outside diameter (OD) of the cable; whether single or multiple cable terminations are required; and the size of the knockout or threaded opening.
The hedge trimmer had a catalogue of faults, including access to live parts following a cable repair, loose blades, no cord grip and a plug that consisted of two mismatched halves.