Kynar shrink sleeve
High Temperature, Chemical Resistant, Semi Rigid Polyvinylidene Fluoride. Excellent flame-retardant PVDF, clear, semi rigid thin wall, heat shrink tubing
Typical Features & Applications
Excellent flame retardant properties, high temperature resistance, Superior abrasion resistance or superior chemical and solvent resistant properties. For reliable insulation, protection and strain relief of wires, soldered joints, terminals, connections and components from most industrial fuels, solvents and chemicals,Supplied in easy-to-use 4-ft lengths
Shrinkage temperature +175°C
Operating temperature -55°C to +175°C
Shrinkage ratio 2:1
Approvals/Standards: Pass UL, VW-1 / SAE-AMS-DTL-23053/18
Packaging: 1.2M Lengths special lengths and packaging available on request.
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Heat Shrink Tubing Applications
Common uses for heat shrink include strain relief, wire bundling, electrical insulation, mechanical protection, environmental protection, and component identification. Shrinkable tubing is also a helpful tool to use for temporary or permanent repairs, or for preventative maintenance. Heat shrink is easy to use and flexible, installation is often fast and painless, and the product is aesthetically pleasing on its own and after being applied to equipment. As an added benefit, heat shrink tubing is always a perfect fit and, unlike electrical tape, it will not come off with age or use.
Choosing the Correct Heat Shrink Tubing Size
The two most important things to consider when shopping for shrinkable tubing are the maximum diameter of your cable bundle and the temperature range required by the application. However, another important specification is shrink ratio. This is the ratio between the tubing’s expanded diameter and recovered diameter, or in other words, the amount the tubing will shrink.