RNF-100 size 4" (101.6/50.8mm) Premium Heat Shrink - Black

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RNF-100 size 4" (101.6/50.8mm) Premium Heat Shrink - Black
Designed to provide superior mechanical (abrasion, cut-through, and strain relief), thermal, and fluid-resistance performance in demanding environments.
Various Pack Sizes. Supplied in continuous lengths. Order 2 x 1 mtr packs to receive a continuous 2 mtr length.

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RNF100 Flexible, Flame-Retardant, General Purpose, Polyolefin Tubing.

Designed to provide superior mechanical (abrasion, cut-through, and strain relief), thermal, and fluid-resistance performance in demanding environments. Widely used to provide insulation and strain relief of wire terminations and connections. Used for jacketing wire bundles and light-duty harnesses where superior abrasion resistance is a plus. Also used to identify and colour-code electrical connections and wire bundles.

  • Min Shrink Temperature: 95°C (203°F)
  • Min Full Recovery Temperature: 121°C (250°F)
  • Operating Temperature Range: -55°C to 135°C (-67°F - 275°F)

 

Product Facts:

  • 2:1 shrink ratio
  • Superior abrasion and solvent resistance when compared with that of many flexible, general purpose polyolefin tubings
  • Excellent physical, chemical, and electrical properties that meet or exceed industrial and military standards for highly reliable, general purpose tubing.
  • Flexible: conforms to irregular shapes
  • Flame-retardant (colours only)
  • A wide range of sizes and colours
  • RoHS Compliant

 

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