Heat Shrink Tubing
Heat Shrink Tubing
Heat Shrink Tubing (or, commonly, heat shrink) is a tube which shrinks in diameter when heated. Its diameter and thickness can vary, and there are three main categories, thin-wall, medium-wall and thick-wall tube. It is rated by its expansion ratio, a comparative of the differences in expansion and recovery rate. Heat shrink is used to insulate wires offering abrasion resistance and environmental protection for conductors, connections, joints and terminals in electrical engineering. It can also be used to repair wires or bundle them together, to protect wires or small parts from minor abrasion, and to create cable entry seals, offering environmental sealing protection between bulkheads and adding sealability to electrical junction boxes. We offers a full line of Heat Shrink Tubing that offers a simple and reliable method of applying insulation, protection or covering for a wide variety of electronic and mechanical applications. It is manufactured from a thermoplastic material such as polyolefin, fluoropolymer (such as FEP, PTFE), PVC, neoprene, silicone elastomer or Viton. It is used extensively for cable and wire harnessing, strain relief, insulation, color-coding, identification and protection against fluids. Known for their physical features like flame-retardant, fluid and solvent resistance and a high dielectric strength, these tubes are manufactured using high quality basic material. We have achieved a remarkable position in the domestic market by providing effective solution in this field.
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