RS PRO Cable Sleeve Kit, 2:1 Shrink Ratio
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Heatshrink Service Kit
From RS PRO a portable heat shrink toolbox style kit consisting of a range of assorted high-quality heat shrink tubing. The tubing contained in this versatile kit is in a range of colours and diameters to suit a range of different applications. The box itself is made from plastic with compartments inside for the different heat shrink tubing sizes. The lower compartment has enough space in it to accommodate a crimp tool, heat gun and other accessories. A carrying handle on the top of the tool kit makes it easy to carry around. This heat shrink kit is ideal for maintenance or repair technicians who require small quantities of various types of tubing.
What is Heat Shrink Tubing?
Toolbox style kit containing a selection of heatshrink designed to aid the repair and maintenance of electrical and mechanical components, including the protection and identification of water, gas and air supplies.
Lower compartment below integral tray has sufficient space to accommodate RS Crimp Tool (stock no. 534-806), RS Gas Heat Gun (stock no. 433-6016) and Accessories (stock no. 409-4762 and 409-4740) to complement the Service Kit.
Tubing operating temperature up to 135°C
Shrink ratio: 2:1 or 3:1
Crimp operating temperature 105°C
Highly flame retardant (UL224 VW-1), (except for clear products & crimps)
What is Heat Shrink Tubing Used For?
Heat shrink is very versatile and is used in both commercial and industrial applications for protecting and sealing and encapsulating cable joints and in-line components such as disconnect terminals and wire splices. It can also be used to carry out repairs on existing worn or torn cable or wiring insulation Applications include the following:
Environmental protection against moisture, dust, and chemicals.
Mechanical protection to wires and small parts from abrasion
Mechanical strain relief on cable and connector joints to prevent damage caused by flexing or bending
Bundling and organizing harness wires, cable, and tubing
Colour coded identification of cables, wires, and components
How to Use Heat Shrink Tubing
The diameter of the wire or cable is measured and the correct sized heat shrink tubing selected. A piece of the tube is cut to size which is long enough to cover the connection or joint after heating. This then slides onto the wire. After the cable or wire has been joined the piece of heat shrink shrinkable tube is moved over the joint and heated with a heat gun until it shrinks and forms a tight wrapping around the joint.
Replenishments supplied in longer lengths.
SAE - AMS - DTL 23053/5
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