RGG-OK frame type can be bolted onto concrete, plaster board wall or casted into a concrete wall or floor to protect against flooding, water and ingress.
The transit is made of two angle bars 60x6 and two gables in galvanized mild steel.
The standard height varies with the sizes - 2, 4, 6 or 8 (internal width 120.5 ± 1). Can be installed in horizontal combinations.
Please see information drawings for detailed data.
RGG-OK have removable ends which enables installation where cables already have been pulled.
Standard frames in four different
sizes: 2, 4, 6 and 8 which mark
All have the same
Resistance to fire:
EI 30-60-120 & E 30-60-120-240 - EN 13501-2 (CE)
(Contact MCT Brattberg for application details)
Declaration of Performance can be found here: CE
Enclosure degree of protection Nema 250:
3R; 4X; 12 - Nema 250-1st
Enclosure degree of protection IP:
IP65; IP66; IP67; IP68 2 meters 60 min - IEC 60529
MCT Brattberg RGG-O multi cable/pipe transit system
-65 to +70 degrees C
To achieve the highest standard of safety, a cable or pipe transit must be installed correctly. As there are many different types of frame – which may be either welded, bolted or glued into position – and insert block, it is essential that installers known when to use the most appropriate installation method.
For more information, please view following instructions, videos or download manuals as PDFs.
Download pdf instructions
HORIZONTAL MULTIPLE FRAMES
Horizontal multiple frames are described by listing the frame type and size x the desired number of horizontal openings.
Designation (starting at bottom):
Frame type 6x4
Newly developed Insert Block that provides greater flexibility, simple and safe installation.Read more
The U-Block is used to convert the external dimensions of Insert Blocks, AddBlocks and Spare Blocks to the next modular size.Read more
The unused space in the frame is filled with solid spare blocks. Using the spare blocks allows the option of fitting new cable in the future.Read more
Installed between compression plate and the top of the frame, completing the seal.Read more
Examples of installations on different sites: