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ZHTM - Raychem Zero Halogen Low Fire Hazard Heat Shrink Size 5/2.5

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ZHTM - Raychem Zero Halogen Low Fire Hazard Heat Shrink Size 5/2.5
Raychem ZHTM Heat-shrinkable, Thick Wall Flexible Tubing with Low Toxicity for Fire Safety Applications.

Order in multiples of 1 mtrs to receive a continuous length, up to the next price break at 5 mtrs

For example, 4 x 1 mtrs will be delivered as a continuous 4 mtr length

Excl. VAT: £6.99 Incl. VAT: £8.39

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Raychem ZHTM - Thick Wall, Heat-Shrinkable Flexible Tubing with Low Toxicity for Fire Safety Applications.

A flexible, thick-wall, heat-shrinkable tubing to be used in conjunction with -100 moulded parts and Zerohal cable to form Raychem System 100. This material exhibits excellent fire safety characteristics combined with low smoke emission and low evolution of acid gases while retaining good mechanical and fluid-resistance properties.

Used for insulation and protection of cables, harnesses, and electrical and electronic components in enclosed spaces, such as in marine applications, mass transit systems, and offshore installations, to reduce toxicity risks, or where the equipment would be irreparably damaged by corrosive products of combustion.

Installation

  • Minimum shrink temperature: 80°C [176°F]
  • Minimum full recovery temperature: 121°C [250°F]

Operating Temperature Range

  • -30°C to 105°C [-22°F to 221°F]

 

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