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Halogen Free Large Bus Bar Heat Shrink Tubing 230.0/115.0mm Dia

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Halogen Free Large Bus Bar Heat Shrink Tubing 230.0/115.0mm Dia
Highly flame retardant, bus bar clearance and protection.
5 mtrs mini pack in Black - See options for other packs
Excl. VAT: £95.04 Incl. VAT: £114.05

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Excl. VAT: £95.04 Incl. VAT: £114.05
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230mm dia before shrinking - 115mm dia after shrinking.

Voltage Class 1kV Ideal For Low Voltage Bus Bar Insulation

Thin wall heat shrinkable tubing for insulating and protecting busbar against flashover caused by accidental bridging. Allows the air spacing between busbar to be kept at minimum when space is limited in switchgear cabinets. Easy to position on a variety of curved and bent busbar of both rectangular and circular shapes.

Product Code Cross References

  • Raychem / Tyco :      LVIT


Features & Benefits:

  • Reduces busbar clearance requirement
  • Provides more freedom in designing switchgear cabinets when space is limited
  • Suitable for insulating busbar up to 1kV
  • Protects against short circuit and electrical leakage caused by small animals
  • Protects against corrosion and other contaminants that may cause accidental flashover
  • Available in continuous length for convenient and economical installation
  • Highly flame retardant
  • RoHS compiant, halogen free


Operating Temperature: -40°C to 105°C

Shrink Temperature: 125°C


Our Heat Shrink Tubing is of High Quality and Low Cost that gives you the best results every time. For further information please contact our sales team.

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