CRN Semi-rigid heat shrink size 1/16" Black

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CRN Semi-rigid heat shrink size 1/16" Black
CRN tubing is abrasion-resistant. It's superior chemical properties permit satisfactory performance after exposure to common chemicals and solvents.
19.2 mtr pack (16 x 1.2 mtr lengths)
Excl. VAT: £51.03 Incl. VAT: £61.24
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Heat-shrinkable CRN tubing is ideally suited for wire strain-relief applications. It provides excellent strain-relief and insulation of weak points such as wire splices and terminations. CRN tubing helps ensure a reliable connection because it transfers the flex stress away from tyically sensitive points such as solder and crimp joints.

CRN tubing has a broad range of uses including component protective covering and packaging. The flame-retardant material is fabricated from radiation-crosslinked polyolefin and exhibits excellent mechanical and chemical properties. It meets major military and industrial specifications for an all-purpose, semi-rigid tubing.

CRN tubing is abrasion-resistant. It's superior chemical properties permit satisfactory performance after exposure to common chemicals and solvents.

Only a few sizes of CRN tubing are required to cover a wide range of substrate diameters.

Key Features:

  • Excellent Mechanical and Chemical Properties.
  • Ressisstant to abrasion, fluids and strain.
  • Splash Protection Fluid Ressisstance.
  • -55 to 135°C Operating Temperature Range.
  • Flame Retardent.

Applications:

  • Industrial
  • Aerospace
  • Defence
  • Military

Temperature Rating:

  • Full recovery temperature: 135°C
  • Continuous operating temperature: -55°C to 135°C

 

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