Heat-Shrinkable Peek Tubing

May 11, 2006
PEEKshrink is a heat-shrinkable polymer tubing that provides a protective layer for sensitive wires and other components in medical devices, fluid-handling systems, and oil-exploration equipment, among others.

The tubing is an alternative to traditional protective coatings such as fluoropolymers and works in harsh environments where pressure, chemicals, water, or dielectric interference pose a threat to wires and electrical components. The tubing has a shrink temperature of 650 to 725°F, with a shrink ratio of up to 1.2:1.

Zeus Inc., 3737 Industrial Blvd., Orangeburg, SC 29118, (866) 272-4118 zeusinc.com

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