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Vidaflex S520 Silicone Coated Glass Braid 10mm Bore

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Vidaflex S520 Silicone Coated Glass Braid 10mm Bore

Extensive use in high temperature rated domestic appliances, heating appliances and central heating boilers.


1.0kV Rated Silicone Coated Glass Sleeving.

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: £4.50 Incl. VAT: £5.40

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Excl. VAT: £4.50 Incl. VAT: £5.40
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The Vidaflex S500 grades display a high degree of flexibility over the temperature range -60'C to +250'C and will operate continuously at 180'C with a short term rating of 250'C.

Extensive use in high temperature rated domestic appliances, heating appliances and central heating boilers. Their use is for primary and secondary insulation and for the protection of cables and components in high heat zones.

Grades are available with electric strengths from 1.0 to 10.0kV.

  • Vidaflex S520 - 1.0kV grade

 Certain sizes of this product are available to Buy Online. For our Full size Range - please see the PDF Spec sheet in the "Downloads Tab" above or contact our sales team. 

Applications
Extensive use in domestic appliances, heating appliances and central heating boilers. Insulation for protection of cables and components in high heat zones.
Specifications
  • 1.0kV Grade
  • Temperature Range: -60°C to 250°C •
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