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202K132-12-01-0 Straight Cable Heat Shrink Boot Black

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202K132-12-01-0 Straight Cable Heat Shrink Boot Black
TE CONNECTIVITY / RAYCHEM 202K132-12-01-0 Heat Shrink Boot, Moulded Adhesive Lined, Straight Lipped, 30 mm, Black
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Excl. VAT: £44.50 Incl. VAT: £53.40
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General Purpose Lipped - 30mm I/D x 14mm I/D Unlined

Moulded parts that provide durable strain relief, protection and an environmental seal when used with an adhesive. Available in straight and right angled types, these chemical and abrasion resistant heat shrink boots are made from a tough modified elastomer, and meet the Def Stan 59-97 Issue 3 Type DE requirements. Other features include recommended shrink temperature 175°C, self-extinguishing to RK6713 and an electric strength of 12MV/m (min.) Meets specification VG95343 parts 6, 7, 8, 9. These boots can be used with spin coupling backshells, but may also be used wherever a connector offers a suitable rear mounting.

  • Material used fluid-resistant modified Elastomer
  • Excellent resistance to high temperature fluids
  • Resistance to long term exposure at elevated temperatures
  • Operating temperature range -55°C to 200°C
  • Parts will shrink on the application of heat above 135ºC
  • Recommended installation temperature 175°C
  • Shrunk diameter secondary: 5.9mm
  • Shrunk diameter primary: 14.2mm



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