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Neoprene Heat Shrink Tubing


Description of Neoprene Heat Shrink Tubing

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Neoprene heat shrink tubing is primarily used in military or aerospace applications where components need to be protected against liquids such as oil, fuel, and hydraulic fluids.

It will remain flexible if used at a low temperature and has a 2:1 shrink ratio.

RoHS Compliant


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Features and Benefits

  • The minimum shrink temperature for Neoprene heat shrink is 135 C, and it has an operating temperature of -75 C to 120 C
  • Available in black, in diameters from 1/4" to 1-1/4".
  • Meets all aspects of Mil Spec MIL-I-23053/1

Specifications


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Property
Test Method
Value
Physical
Unaged
Tensile Strength
ASDM D 638
Min. 1.1 kgf/mm²
Elongation
Min. 250%
Aged
Tensile Strength
150° C / 168 hrs
Min.0.85 kg/mm²
Elongation
Min. 200%
Density
ASTM D-792
Max. 1.40g/cm² @ 23°C
Heat Shock
MIL-I-23053
Pass @ 200°C x 4 hrs
Low Temperature Flex
MIL-I-23053
No cracking @ -75°C
Electrical
Dielectric Strength
ASTM D-876
Min. 300V / mil
Volume Resistivity
ASTM D-876
Min. 1x10¹¹Ω - cm
Chemical
Copper Corrosion
MIL-I-23053
150° C / 16 hrs
No corrosion
Fluid resistance
Tensile strength
Elongation
Dielectric strength
MIL-I-23053
23°C / 24 hrs
Min.0.85 kg/mm²
Min. 200%
Min. 250V/mil
Flammability
MIL-I-23053
Pass

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