4 ft. Thin Wall Heat Shrink Tubing, Flexible Polyolefin, Shrink Ratio 4:1
- Item# 4NKZ9
- Mfr. Model# EPS-400-0.35" PK12
- Catalog Page# 485
- UNSPSC# 39121711
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- Item Heat Shrink Tubing
- Shrink Tubing Type Heat Shrink Tubing
- Shrink Tubing Wall Type Thin Wall
- Shrink Tubing Material Polyolefin
- Shrink Tubing Material Type Flexible
- Flame Retardant No
- Shrink Tubing Adhesive Lined Yes
- Shrink Tubing Usable Temp. Range -67 Degrees to 230 Degrees F
- Shrink Ratio 4:1
- Use Shrink Tubing With Wire Size 14 to 10 AWG
- Shrink Tubing I.D. Before Shrinking 0.350"
- I.D. After Shrinking 0.080"
- Shrink Tubing Wall Thickness After Shrinking 0.033"
- Shrink Tubing Length 4 ft.
- Color Black
- Min. Shrink Temp. 250 Degrees F
- Max. Voltage 600V
- Features Adhesive-Lined
- Standards UL Listed, UL File E-157227
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