Economical 6:1 Heat Shrink Tubing
Whether trying to add an extra degree of protection or a decorative finish to delicate cables, or adding a decorative finish, heat shrink tubing is the solution. This affordable 6:1 heat shrink tubing is an excellent way to add strain relief and abrasion protection to exposed conductors, or terminate braided sleeving on molded cables.
- 120° C minimum shrink temperature provides easy on-site application with a heat gun or portable torch
- UV-resistant black finish provides extended outdoor life, and helps prevent early degradation of protected cables or connectors
- Excellent mechanical properties include a high level of electrical insulation, ideal for joining or splicing bare copper wires
- Available in several diameters for use in a wide range of applications, including:
- Passes several ASTM, IEC, and UL test methods
- -67° to 230° F (-55° to +110° C) operating temperature
|Operating temperature:||IEC 216||-55° to +110°|
|Tensile strength:||ASTM D 2671||≥14MPa|
|Tensile strength after aging: (158°/168hrs.)||ASTM D 2671||≥12MPa|
|Longitudinal shrinkage:||UL 224||0 to -10%|
|Elongation at break:||ASTM D 2671||≥400%|
|Elongation at break after aging: (150°/168hrs.)||ASTM D 2671||≥300%|
|Dielectric strength:||IEC 243||≥20kV/mm|
|Volume resistance:||IEC 93||14|
|Heat shock: (225°/ 4hrs.)||ASTM D 2671||No cracking or flowing|
|Water absorption:||ISO 62||<0.2%|
|Softening point:||ASTM D E28||85°|
|Peel strength: PE||DIN 30672||4N/cm|
|Copper stability:||ASTM D 2671||Non-corrosive|
|Resistance to fungus and decay:||ISO 846||Pass|
|PART #||PRE-SHRINK ID||RECOVERED ID||CUT LENGTH||COLOR||WEIGHT||PRICE|
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- Easy To Use
- Gels Seals Around Wire
- Shrinks Down Snug On Wire
- Covering Frayed Sections
- Covering Joints Splices
Working in a healthcare setting, I get a lot of wires and cables that are stressed badly, but still safe and working. I also need to slip the tubing over a connector, such as USB. This shrink tubing is large enough to fit over the connector, yet shrinks all the way down to tightly seal and shield the standard USB wire.
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