Heat Shrink Tubing HSP1 – 50.8mm I.D / 25.4mm I.D Black

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Heat Shrink Tubing HSP1 – 50.8mm I.D / 25.4mm I.D Black
Size 50.8mm I/D shrinking down to 25.4mm I/D. General purpose heat shrinkable, flexible polyolefin tubing.
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Size 50.8mm I.D shrinking down to 25.4mm I.D - (Laid Flat size = 79.8mm) Black

 

HSP1 is a tough, flexible, general purpose tubing with good resistance to common fluids and solvents and a high dielectric strength.

Available in 2:1 shrink ratio. It's unique blend of chemical, electrical and physical properties make it suitable for a wide range of applications including electrical insulation, strain relief, cable bundling, colour coding and identification of wires, cables, pipes and electrical and electronic components and mechanical protection.

Features & Benefits:

  • Very good chemical and solvent resistance
  • Wide range of colours including green/yellow stripes
  • Flexible
  • Excellent physical and electrical performance
  • Operating temperature range: -40°C to + 135°C

 

Applications
Applications including:
  • Electrical Insulation
  • Strain Relief
  • Cable Bundling
  • Colour Coding
  • Identification of Wires, Cables and Pipes
  • Electrical and Electronic Components
  • Mechanical Protection
  • Hobby and Crafts
Specifications
Specifications:
  • Meets the requirements of UL 224/CSA Approved
  • CSA 400-U-9
  • 2:1 shrink ratio
  • Excellent physical and electrical performance
  • Operating temperature range: -55°C to + 125°C
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