Description: Heat-shrinkable tubing is universally applied for the insulation of connections or for the end-handling of electric wire, for the insulation of soldered points on resistors and capacitors, for the identification and encapsulation of electric wire, for the corrosion-proofing of metallic rods or tubes and for the protection of antennas. Heat-shrinkable tubes are used for the corrosion-proof and waterproof connection of fibre optic cable.
This is thin-walled, flexible, irradiated polyolefin tubing with a smooth exterior. It offers excellent tensile strength and low water absorption. The max. shrinking ratio is 50% and the material is flame-retardant.
Reel length: 49 ft
Bore as supplied min.: 1/32"
Continuous operating temperature range: -67 to 221 °F
Shrinking ratio: 2 : 1
Basic material: polyolefin
Shrinking temperature: 194°F
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