Tubing Protects Wiring Bundles, And More

April 1, 2000
Designed to protect wiring bundles, rubber hoses, and plastic or metal pipes from abrasion, HFT2000 and HFT3000 heat-shrinkable fabric tubing eliminate the need for adhesives and fastening clamps while providing installation of reliable, protective

Designed to protect wiring bundles, rubber hoses, and plastic or metal pipes from abrasion, HFT2000 and HFT3000 heat-shrinkable fabric tubing eliminate the need for adhesives and fastening clamps while providing installation of reliable, protective materials fast, easy and efficient. HFT2000 has a shrink ratio of 2:1 and HFT3000 has a shrink ratio of 3:1. Tubing slips easily over the wiring, hose or pipe substrate, accommodating tight bends and curves. When heated above 135°C, the tubing shrinks snuggly onto the substrate, eliminating the need for adhesives and fastening clamps. Diameters range from 8 to 60 mm and come on spools. Price starts at $1 per meter.

Company: RAYCHEM CORP. - Electronics OEM Components Division

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