Master Catalog Page 448 FITŪ Heat-Shrink Tubing

Alpha Wire www.alphawire.com 1-800-52 ALPHA Specifications subject to change. For complete specifications and availability, visit www.alphawire.com. 448 FIT Heat-Shrink Tubing W hether your concerns are mechanical strain relief, environmental sealing, or organizing wires, Alpha Wire's FIT heat-shrink tubing is ideal for solving many challenges in electrical and electronic wiring: Protect substrates from moisture, UV light, corrosion, oxidation, dust, chemicals, abrasion, environmental conditions, solder joints, and encapsulates Insulate wire terminations and connections, entire printed circuit boards, from electrical and environmental conditions Repair cable splices, insulation damage and cuts, cable jackets, and connections, with permanent or temporary quick fixes Relieve strain on cables and connectors to prevent harmful flexing or bending Bundle and organize wire harness, cable, tubing, and hose dressing on OEM equipment, breakouts, bundle in small spaces, conform to odd shapes Seal connections, backshells, and other gaps from moisture and other contaminants Identify circuits through color coding, grouping, and labeling FIT heat-shrink products Our FIT heat-shrink tubing offers a reliable way to protect and seal terminations or add additional mechanical ruggedness. FIT preferred heat-shrink products are made from premium compounds under the tightest manufacturing controls. This means FIT tubing consistently provides excellent physical characteristics such as low longitudinal shrinkage and wide temperature ranges while providing an elegant appearance when used alone or on OEM equipment. The FIT line consists of various tubing types, each designed with unique attributes that offer tubing solutions for the broadest possible range of applications and environments. FIT products are always in stock and come in an unprecedented variety of package sizes. Beyond the widely used polyolefin tubing that is suited to the broadest range of general-purpose needs, we offer a number of other materials for higher or lower shrink temperatures, wider operating temperatures, and such special needs as outstanding chemical resistance or increased flexibility. 448

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