PVDF Heat Shrinking Tubing

PVDF Heat Shrinking Tubing

Shrink ratio: 2:1. semi-rigid, thin-wall insulation. High flame-resistance; high-temperature performance. Outstanding chemical and solvent resistance. Conform to European RoHS(2002/95/EC) environmental directive. Operating Temperature Range : Operating temperature...

Product Details

PVDF heat shrinking tubing

Shrink ratio: 2:1.

semi-rigid, thin-wall insulation.

High flame-resistance; high-temperature performance.

Outstanding chemical and solvent resistance.

Conform to European RoHS(2002/95/EC) environmental directive.

PVDF heat shrinking tubing


Operating Temperature Range:

Operating temperature range: -55℃~175℃

Minimum shrink temperature: 155℃

Minimum full recovery temperature: 175℃

 

Application:

PVDF Heat Shrink Tubing may be used for visual inspection and identification. PVDF Heat Shrink Tubing is commonly used in automotive wiring. PVDF Heat Shrink Tubing is also used as jacketing for resistors, capacitors, and other components. Clear Heat Shrink Tubing may be used in high temperature environments, caustic environments, and chemical environments. PVDF Clear Heat Shrink Tubing may also be used with wiremarkers or for wire insulation and component stress relief. Clear Heat Shrink Tubing may be used to replace non-flame retarded clear sleeving.

 

Questions:

What makes heat shrink tubing shrinkable?

You've probably noticed that most plastics you come in contact with won't just shrink down if they're heated – so what makes heat shrink tubing different? The answer is cross-linking, the process of exposing a polymer to radiation in order to create covalent bonds between that polymer's atoms. it was discovered that radiation was capable of altering the molecular structure of certain plastics so that they wouldn't melt or develop a flowing consistency, no matter what temperatures they were exposed to. Covalent bonds also give polymers plastic memory, which means that once a polymer has been cross-linked and stretched into an expanded shape, it will automatically shrink back to its original dimensions when a certain amount of heat is applied.


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