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CTPA Flexible Conduit Size 8 - Slit

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CTPA Flexible Conduit Size 8 - Slit
Supplied as 6.8mm I/D (10.0mm O/D)
Various Pack Sizes
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Excl. VAT: £5.15 Incl. VAT: £6.18

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Excl. VAT: £5.15 Incl. VAT: £6.18
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Supplied as 6.8mm I/D (10.0mm O/D)

Lightweight convoluted tubing simple to install, is designed for cable bundling, mechanical protection. Polymide 6 is highly resistant to all hydrocarbon based oils and fluids and many types of solvents.

Corrugated tubes are made of Polyimide 6, which is modified with a special heat stabilizer, in order to achieve a particularly high heat deflection temperature. Hilcon-L corrugated tubes are both halogeneous, cadmium-free, and UV steady. Halogen Free and Low Smoke.

Nylon 6 is far tougher, has better crush resistance and has a higher tolerance to all the elements than the far more commonly utilised Polypropylene Conduit. All in all this results in better value for money, tougher harder wearing and ultimately a far longer lasting Conduit Tubing.

  • Crush Resistant
  • Halogen Free - Low Smoke
  • Self extinguishing
  • UV Resistance
  • Static Temp: -40'C to +140'C
  • Extremely tough and has high impact strength and fatigue life

 

See our Hinged T Piece Fittings >>>   OR   our Hinged Y Piece Fittings >>>

 

Certain sizes of this product are available to Buy Online. For our Full size Range - please see below PDF Spec sheet or contact our sales team.

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