heat-shrinkable tubing

heat-shrinkable tubing

[′hēt ¦shriŋk·ə·bəl ′tüb·iŋ]
(materials)
A type of plastic tubing that can be heated and shrink-fitted over terminals and other objects of varying sizes and shapes, for insulating and other purposes.
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A range of heat-shrinkable tubing and moulded shapes from manufacturers such as HellermannTyton can also be supplied as part of the kit.
The DWP-125 heat-shrinkable tubing kit environmentally seals and protects a wide variety of electrical applications, including wire splices, breakouts and connector-to-cable transitions.
In one extreme application, the material is extruded as heat-shrinkable tubing to shield wiring from heat, abrasion, and chemicals in electronic, medical, and oil-exploration equipment.
The dressings come in two bottle sizes and Viscose Closures has supplied tamper-evident closures across all four bottles, The printed heat-shrinkable tubing has been printed in red and white and black and white to match the labels and is made from 50[mu] PVC.
McGraw, 50, will direct the Electronics Division, which has been expanded to include the PolySwitch circuit protection business as well as the wire, cable, heat-shrinkable tubing, connectors and wire marking businesses.
The Elkton, MD firm specializes in release surfaces, and offers a complete line of coatings and heat-shrinkable tubing including Teflon(R), UHMW PE, and anti-static roll covers.