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Vidaflex XGR Coated Glass Sleeving size 30/10 No3

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Vidaflex XGR Coated Glass Sleeving size 30/10 No3
Vidaflex XGR - High expansion ratio E-glass coated fibre sleeving
Please note: Manufactured to Order only, Current MOQ = 250mtrs with Price & Delivery on Request.
Excl. VAT: £0.00 Incl. VAT: £0.00
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High temperature resistant, glass fibre sleeving.

With an expansion ratio of up to 3 times it's original diameter, the construction of VIDAFLEX-XGR makes it suitable for wiring harnesses, providing both mechanical and thermal protection in a wide range of automotive and other industrial applications.

The bore expansion capability enables quick and easy fitting.

This sleeving has a high short term temperature resistance of 450°C and exhibits excellent resistance to automotive fluids and industrial solvents of a wide range. Similarly, it can be cut to size without having to worry about frayed edges or dusting.

Technical Data

  • Temperature range: 220°C long-term and 450°C short term
  • Electric Strength: >500V
  • Thermal Class 220 (Class C) according to IEC 60085

Please note: Manufactured to Order only, Current MOQ = 250mtrs with Price & Delivery on Request.

Our Silicone Coated Glass Sleeve is of High Quality and Low Cost that gives you the best results every time. For further information please contact our sales team.

 

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