The Cable Glands are used to lock and fix the incoming and outgoing wires, playing the role of waterproof, dustproof and shockproof. The gland are also called cable heads. After the cable is laid, in order to make it a continuous line, the various segments must be connected as a whole, and these connection points are called a gland. They are a type of device that is used to terminate and secure the end of a cable. The Cable Glands permit its entry into the electrical equipment, enhancing the system with earthing, grounding, bonding, insulation, sealing, retention and strain relief.