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DYMO XTL Heat-Shrink Tube (Continuous)

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DYMO XTL Heat-Shrink Tube (Continuous)
Heat-Shrink Tubes provide insulation when shrunk down and ensure a secure fit on wires and cables with a 3:1 shrink ratio.
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XTL™ Heat-Shrink Tube - Continuous

Heat-Shrink Tubes provide insulation when shrunk down and ensure a secure fit on wires and cables with a 3:1 shrink ratio.

 

  • DYMO XTL™ label markers print directly on Heat-Shrink Tubes
  • Heat-Shrink Tubes provide insulation when shrunk down and ensure a secure fit on wires and cables with a 3:1 shrink ratio
  • Constructed of flame-retardant polyolefin sleeves and tested to industry standards
  • Meets MIL-M-81532, MIL-STD-202G, SAE-DTL-23053/5 (Class 1 & 3)
  • Durable thermal transfer printing technology - label text won't smear or fade
  • RoHS compliant

 

Specifications
  • Constructed of flame-retardant polyolefin sleeves and tested to industry standards.
  • Durable thermal transfer printing technology - label text won't smear or fade
  • Meets MIL-M-81531, MIL-STD-202G, SAE-DTL- 23053/5 (Class 1 & 3
  • UL recognized as a component to UL 224
  • Temperature Rating: Max 125°C
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