Heat-Shrink Tubing

April 26, 2007
Texflour FEP heat-shrinkable tubing operates in temperatures up to 400°F.

The tubing comes in an expanded state, making it easy to slip over instruments and fittings. The tubing conforms to the size and shape of the original object when heated, providing a protective covering. It can be used to repair electrical wiring, fittings, cords, and other objects that need protection from heat, water, dust, or corrosion. The tubing comes in 4-ft lengths, coils, or custom lengths and available sizes range from 0.010 expanded and up.

Parker Hannifin Corp., Fluid Connectors Group, Parflex/TexMed Div.,
4700 Lone Star Blvd., Ft. Worth, TX 76106,
(800) 423-6551,
www.parker.com

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