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RAYRIM NR9 Black Heat Shrink Edging 13.5mm

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RAYRIM NR9 Black Heat Shrink Edging 13.5mm

Raychem Rayrim is an extruded strip internally coated with a heat activated adhesive, upon heating the profile changes from a V to a U section and the adhesive bonds to the substrate profile.

1.2mtr lengths - see below for More Bulk Pack Options
Excl. VAT: £7.24 Incl. VAT: £8.69

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Raychem Rayrim is an extruded strip internally coated with a heat activated adhesive, upon heating the profile changes from a V to a U section and the adhesive bonds to the substrate profile.

Manufactured from a Raychem radiation cross-linked polyolefin material, the profile offers a clean and rapid means of covering metal, wood and glass edges for all-round protection. The flexible nature of the product allows application to both internal and external radii, as well as straight edges. The continuous operating temperature of -55°C to +80°C means that the product can give protection under the most testing circumstances.

  • Installation temperature is 150°C to 200°C
  • Operating temperature range -55°C to 80°C
  • Available with standard size of 30SWG to 5SWG
  • Thickness of 0.31mm to 5.38mm
  • Black colour
  • On the application of heat above +80°C, the adhesive will melt and flow.

 

 

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