ET - Printable sleeves, resistant to high temperatures

Very flexible, high temperature rated, highly flame retardant, heat shrinkable tubing (2:1 shrink ratio). Flexible polyvinylidene fluoride sleeves used for wire identification. Suitable for use in applications where extreme temperatures and harsh chemicals can be found.

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Product characteristics

  • Flame retardant to UL224 VW-1
  • Self-extinguishing
  • Meets requirements of SAE-DTL-23053/18
  • Easy application
  • Print compatible with military specification.
  • Backing card perforated after every sleeve
  • RoHS and REACH compliant

Product properties

Shrink ratio
2:1
Continuous operating temperature
from -55 °C to 225 °C
Tensile strength (min.)
24 MPa
Elongation at break (min.)
200 %
Minimum shrink temp.
150 °C
Longitudinal change (max.)
-10 %
Material
Flexible polyvinylidene flouride
Working Temperature
from -55 °C to 225 °C
Print
Thermal transfer

ET-024

  • Diameter after shrinking
    1.2 mm
  • Diameter before shrinking
    2.4 mm

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ET-032

  • Diameter after shrinking
    1.6 mm
  • Diameter before shrinking
    3.2 mm

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ET-048

  • Diameter after shrinking
    2.4 mm
  • Diameter before shrinking
    4.8 mm

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ET-064

  • Diameter after shrinking
    3.2 mm
  • Diameter before shrinking
    6.4 mm

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ET-095

  • Diameter after shrinking
    4.75 mm
  • Diameter before shrinking
    9.5 mm

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ET-127

  • Diameter after shrinking
    6.4 mm
  • Diameter before shrinking
    12.7 mm

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ET-190

  • Diameter after shrinking
    9.5 mm
  • Diameter before shrinking
    19 mm

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ET-254

  • Diameter after shrinking
    12.7 mm
  • Diameter before shrinking
    25.4 mm

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ET-381

  • Diameter after shrinking
    19 mm
  • Diameter before shrinking
    38.1 mm

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