Ancor 22-18 Gauge - 5/16" Heat Shrink Ring Terminal - 100-Pack

Ancor 22-18 Gauge - 5/16" Heat Shrink Ring Terminal - 100-Pack
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Adhesive Lined Heat Shrink Ring Terminals

Wire Range:22-18
Screw Size: 5/16"
Quantity: 100

Product Features:
  • Cross Linked polyolefin tubing is much stronger than PVC tubing and will not burn like PVC
  • Heat activated adhesive lining provides impervious seal to salt water, oil, acids, and sunlight as well as providing strain relief
  • Nylon insulator, preferred by experts, for Marine Grade™ resistance to sunlight, water, oil, chemicals, vibration and cut-through damage
  • UL Listed and CSA Recognized
  • Highest shrink ratio - shrinks to 1/3 original size
  • Shrinks at 257° F/125° C
  • Operating temperature range 40° C to 110° C
  • ANCOR heat shrink connectors offer heat activated adhesive built into the sleeve of the heat shrink tubing
  • Shrinks to form a water tight seal and the ultimate vibration and strain relief
  • Tinned for corrosion resistance
  • Pure copper for maximum current flow
  • Brazed seam for maximum strength

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