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RBK-ILS-125-NR2-50mm Black diameter 7.5mm 4:1 ratio Adhesive Heat Shrink

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RBK-ILS-125-NR2-50mm Black diameter 7.5mm 4:1 ratio Adhesive Heat Shrink
TE Connectivity Black Flame Retardant Adhesive Heat Shrink Tubing Sleeve diameter 7.5mm length, shrunk diameter 1.65mm and ratio 4:1. Supplied in 50mm lengths.
100 pcs - For more pack sizes see options below
Excl. VAT: £14.85 Incl. VAT: £17.82

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Excl. VAT: £14.85 Incl. VAT: £17.82
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Sealing and Protection for Wire Bundles, Connectors, Terminals and Splices.

Dual wall, adhesive lined heat shrink tubing with a flame retardant jacket. The tubing has been designed to prvide moisture proof encapsulation and protect in-line splices and grounding ring terminals in an automatic environment. Once installed, the RBK-ILS-125 tubing provides low profile mechanical protection against abrasion, flexing and cut-through as well as electrical insulation. The heat shrink is very versatile in applications as over-expanded sizes can cover a range of wire sizes and combinations.

  • Excellent environment seal
  • Flame retardant
  • Adhesive lined
  • Shrink ratio 4:1
  • Mechanical protection against flexing, abrasion and cut-through
  • Small cross-sectional profile
  • Temperature rated 125°C continuous
  • Supplied in Black

 Supplied without markings.

Certain sizes of this product are available to Buy Online. For our Full size Range - please see above PDF Spec sheet or contact our sales team.

 

Applications
Protection and moisture proof for splices and grounding ring terminals along with all other types of protectio and insulation of cable and wires.
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