RT-375 Very Clear Thin Wall Heat Shrink size 1/2" (12.7mm down to 6.4mm)

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RT-375 Very Clear Thin Wall Heat Shrink size 1/2" (12.7mm down to 6.4mm)
Very thin-wall, flexible, fluoropolymer heat-shrinkable tubing. Ideal protection of wire and cable markers.
6 mtrs (5 x 1.2 mtr Lengths) - Other pack options / prices see below
Excl. VAT: £40.95 Incl. VAT: £49.14

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Excl. VAT: £40.95 Incl. VAT: £49.14
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RT-375 is a highly flame-resistant, heat-shrinkable, thin-wall tubing that has excellent clarity. It is manufactured from a modified fluoropolymer whose properties include toughness, chemical resistance, and high -temperature performance.

A very thin wall gives RT-375 excellent flexibility.

Applications include protection of wire and cable markers subject to abuse; bundling and jacketing of wires and cables to protect them from mechanical and chemical abuse while permitting full inspectability of the item covered; and protection of electronic components without losing the ability to identify the part.

RT-375 is UL-recognized and CSA-certified at 150°C, 600 V, with a VW-1 flame-retardancy rating.

 

Temperature Rating:

  • Full recovery temperature:  150°C
  • Continuous operating temperature:  -55°C to 150°C
  • Recommended maximum temperature for use as a primary insulator:  135°C

 

Applications
Applications include protection of wire and cable markers subject to abuse; bundling and jacketing of wires and cables to protect them from mechanical and chemical abuse while permitting full inspectability of the item covered; and protection of electronic components without losing the ability to identify the part.
Specifications

Specifications:

  • Military: AMS-DTL-23053/18, Class 2
  • UL: E85381 VW-1
  • CSA: LR31929 VW-1
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