Recently Viewed Items

Clear this list

Newsletter

Multilink™ Crimp and Solder Sealed Butt Splices & Terminal Kits


Description of Multilink™ Crimp and Solder Sealed Butt Splices & Terminal Kits

Scroll to Pricing

Multilink™ Crimp and Solder Sealed Butt Splices are the choice for many industries for restoring torn electrical wires so that equipment around the warehouse, office and home can function to its full potential.

These solder sealed butt splices are engineered from a high grade polyolefin that is odorless, nonporous, and has an adhesive lining that makes this butt connector resistant to water and other chemicals. Because this thermoplastic material is clear, analyzing your alteration of the wires is achieved before securely crimping and heat shrinking giving you premium quality electrical conducting wires. Offering these wire connectors in different colors and with AWG (American Wire Gauge) classification allows for easy recognition. With a heat shrink ratio of 3:1 and the soldering material your wires will be fused permanently providing proper current flow and durability.

Terminal Kits are also available in 60, 61, 91 and 285 pieces for all your electrical applications.

For additional information and installation instructions, please click the More Information tab.


Review this item After receiving your order add a new product review here and receive 10% Off on your next order!!

Features and Benefits

  • Ideal for repairing wires on cars, boats, alarm systems, radios, A/C units and many more applications
  • Sealant is durable and resistant to water and corrosion
  • See-through material allows for verifying fix is correct
  • Solder makes installation easy by melting at a low heat
  • 3:1 heat shrink ratio makes for excellent fusing
  • Comes in specific colors with AWG clasification imprinted
  • Terminal Kits are also available in 60, 61, 91 and 285 pieces for all your electrical repairs

More Info

Part #
AWG
Tubing Color
Solder Alloy
(Melting Temp)
Tubing ID
Length
Minimum
Maximum
HS-ML-NSPA-5-20
22-24
Clear
50SN/32PB/18CD (295° F)
.125
0.875
1.082
HS-ML-NSPA-5-16
18-20
Red
50SN/32PB/18CD (295° F)
.227
1.327
1.607
HS-ML-NSPA-5-14
14-16
Blue
50SN/32PB/18CD (295° F)
.255
1.327
1.607
HS-ML-NSPA-5-10
10-12
Yellow
45SN/32PB/18CD/5BI (272° F – 284° F)
.320
1.327
1.607

All dimensions are measured in inches except where noted.

 

Heat Shrink Tubing
Material
Multiple wall polyolefin tubing 3:1 shrink ratio with meltable, integral inner wall
Applicable Specifications
MIL-I-23053/4, Class 1
AMS 3634
UL File E-157227
 
Physical Properties
Temperature Rating
-55° to 110°C
Tensile Strength
2200 PSI
Longitudinal Change
1% - 10%

Electrical Properties
Dielectric Strength
900 Volts/Mil
Voltage Rating
600 Volts

Chemical Properties
Corrosion Resistance
Non-Corrosive
Fungus Resistance
Non-Nutrient
Water Absorption
<0.1%

Solder

Applicable Specifications: J-STD-006

  • Solder contains any or all of the following: antimony, cadmium, copper, indium, silver, iron, aluminum, nickel, arsenic, zinc, bismuth, gold, tin, lead

Flux

Applicable Specifications: J-STD-004

  • 1% – 3% RMA

 

Components of the Kits

HS-ML-NSPA-9117 (Basic Kit)

  • [20] 18-20 AWG Butt Connector - Red
  • [20] 14-16 AWG Butt Connector - Blue
  • [20] 10-12 AWG Butt Connector - Yellow

Total Pieces: 60

 

HS-ML-NSPA-5117 [Basic Kit (with torch)]

  • [20] 18-20 AWG Butt Connector - Red
  • [20] 14-16 AWG Butt Connector - Blue
  • [20] 10-12 AWG Butt Connector - Yellow
  • [1] Mini Butane Torch

Total Pieces: 61

 

HS-ML-NSPA-5204-T (Starter Kit)

  • [5] 18-20 AWG #10 Ring Stud
  • [5] 14-16 AWG #10 Ring Stud
  • [5] 14-16 AWG 1/4" Ring Stud
  • [5] 14-16 AWG 3/8" Ring Stud
  • [5] 10-12 AWG 1/4" Ring Stud
  • [5] 10-12 AWG 3/8" Ring Stud
  • [5] 22-24 AWG Butt Connector - Red
  • [10] 18-20 AWG Butt Connector - Red
  • [15] 14-16 AWG Butt Connector - Blue
  • [10] 10-12 AWG Butt Connector - Yellow
  • [5] 18-20 AWG 0.250 Female Fully Insulated Tab Receptacle
  • [5] 18-20 AWG 0.250 Male Tab Receptacle
  • [5] 14-16 AWG 0.250 Female Fully Insulated Tab Receptacle
  • [5] 14-16 AWG 0.250 Male Tab Receptacle
  • [1] Mini Butane Torch
  • [1] Multi-Purpose Crimper / Cutter

Total Pieces: 92

HS-ML-NSPA-1204-T (Maintenance Kit)

  • [10] 18-20 AWG #6 Ring Stud
  • [10] 18-20 AWG #10 Ring Stud
  • [10] 14-16 AWG #8 Ring Stud
  • [10] 14-16 AWG #10 Ring Stud
  • [10] 14-16 AWG 1/4" Ring Stud
  • [10] 14-16 AWG 3/8" Ring Stud
  • [10] 10-12 AWG #10 Ring Stud
  • [10] 10-12 AWG 1/4" Ring Stud
  • [10] 10-12 AWG 3/8" Ring Stud
  • [10] 10-12 AWG 1/2" Ring Stud
  • [10] 18-20 AWG #10 Spade Stud
  • [10] 14-16 AWG #10 Spade Stud
  • [10] 10-12 AWG #10 Spade Stud
  • [20] 22-24 AWG Butt Connector - Red
  • [35] 18-20 AWG Butt Connector - Red
  • [20] 14-16 AWG Butt Connector - Blue
  • [10] 10-12 AWG Butt Connector - Yellow
  • [10] 18-20 AWG 0.250 Female Fully Insulated Tab Receptacle
  • [10] 18-20 AWG 0.250 Male Tab Receptacle
  • [10] 14-16 AWG 0.250 Female Fully Insulated Tab Receptacle
  • [10] 14-16 AWG 0.250 Male Tab Receptacle
  • [10] 10-12 AWG 0.250 Female Fully Insulated Tab Receptacle
  • [10] 10-12 AWG 0.250 Male Tab Receptacle
  • [2] Semi-Rigid Heat Shrink Tubing (0.115" Diameter x 6" Long) - Clear
  • [2] Semi-Rigid Heat Shrink Tubing (0.245" Diameter x 6" Long) - Red
  • [2] Semi-Rigid Heat Shrink Tubing (0.245" Diameter x 6" Long) - Blue
  • [2] Semi Rigid Heat Shrink Tubing (0.360" Diameter x 6" Long) - Yellow
  • [1] Mini Butane Torch
  • [1] Multi-Purpose Crimper / Cutter

Total Pieces: 285

 

MultiLink Installation Instructions - Butt Connectors
step 1 step 2
Strip the wire 3/8". Select a connector that matches the wire gauge and insert the wire into the connector barrel. Make sure the wire is properly seated and crimp the connector using an insulated connector crimping tool nest that matches the color or gauge of the connector. Do not crimp the solder sleeve.
step 3 step 4
Repeat steps 1 thru 2 for the other side. Apply heat evenly around the length of the tubing (including the crimp area) from the center out to the ends until the tubing fully recovers and the adhesive flows. Continue distributing the heat over the entire connector barrel until the solder flows into the center opening. Remove from the heat and let cool for the ULTIMATE connection.

 

Rings, Spades, & Slip-Ons

  1. Strip the wire 1/2"
  2. Select a connector that matches the wire gauge and insert the wire thru the solder sleeve and terminal barrel.
  3. Make sure the wire is properly seated and crimp the terminal barrel (the 1/4" of the barrel closest to the terminal end) using an insulated connector crimping tool nest that matches the color or gauge of the terminal.
  4. Apply heat evenly around the length of the tubing (including the crimp area) until the tubing fully recovers and the adhesive flows.
  5. Continue distributing the heat over the solder sleeve until the solder flows into the terminal barrel. Remove the heat and let cool for the Ultimate connection.

 

For Best Results:

  • The connector must be crimped before heating the solder to ensure a proper solder joint.
  • Use a heat device of at least 1000° F
  • When using an open flame, do not isolate the flame on one area of the tubing
  • Distribute the heat evenly
  • Overheating the connector may cause damage to the tubing
  • The use of an additional "No-Clean" liquid flux is recommended, especially with previously used wire.
  • Rating: 105° C
  • 600V
  • Not for Multiple Wire Connectors
  • WARNING: This product contains LEAD and Cadmium, chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, and other reproductive harm. Avoid creating dust. Can cause lung and kidney disease

Pricing


Quantity
Payment methods
Secure server