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Heat shrink tubing is a thermoplastic tube that shrinks when exposed to heat. It's an ideal cable management solution used to insulate, protect and bind cables together, creating a protective layer that fits the equipment’s contours and is also used to repair damaged cable insulation. It can cover individual wires or bundle entire arrays, protecting against moisture, dust and abrasion.
Our range of heat shrink tubes are made from plastic, with various choices of ratio on offer, which is a key indicator when choosing the correct heat shrink insulation tubes for your intended applications.
For more information about heat shrinking such as the materials used, how it is heated and how to ensure you size your heat shrink tubing correctly visit these guides from our knowledge centre:
How To Heat Shrink Tubing
Heat Shrink Sizing & Materials
The range of general purpose Heat Shrink Tubing is versatile in terms of application possibilities and style and colour options. The specially designed formulation ensures the tubing to meet the standard of UL224. It is free from environmentally harmful substances such as PBBOs, PBBs and PBBEs. No dioxin is produced when the tubing is burnt. With a low shrinking temperature, high flexibility and superior mechanical strength this product is widely used in the fields of communication, electronics and specialist vehicles. The yellow and green striped version is highly flame retardant, has a high UV resistance and has excellent physical, chemical and electrical properties
Adhesive Lined Heat Shrink Tubing provides insulation and sealing on applications like wire harnesses and splices. This tubing is available in a variety of colors to code components and is Ro. HS compliant. The adhesive element of the product has a shelf life of approximately 1 Year from date of shipping; when stored in the unopened original packaging, stored at room temperature and away from sunlight.