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Ancor Adhesive Lined Heat Shrink Tubing (ALT) - 3/8" x 48" - 1-Pack - Black

Ancor Adhesive Lined Heat Shrink Tubing (ALT) - 3/8" x 48" - 1-Pack - Black
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Adhesive Lined Heat Shrink Tubing (ALT) - 3/8" x 48" - 1-Pack - Black

Package of 1 Black 48"(122cm) long sections with a 3/8"(9.5mm) diameter that shrinks to 1/8"(3.2mm)

Wire Range: 12-8 AWG

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
  • Highest shrink ratio - shrinks to 1/3 original size
  • Shrinks at 257°F / 125°C
  • Operating temperature range of -40°C to 110°C
  • UL 224
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Ancor Adhesive Lined Heat Shrink Tubing (ALT) - 3/8" x 48" - 1-Pack - Black 304148 ANCOR HEAT SHRINK TUBING 3/8" X 48" BLACK 12-8 AWG
$11.48
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