Repairs damaged cables and forms T-joints and junctions
Low water absorption
Excellent chemical resistance
Heatshrink tape is a thin irradiated polyolefin tape that shrinks and amalgamates, forming a ridged seal on complex shapes. It is ideal for sealing complex shapes and the repair of damaged cables, forming T-joints and junctions.
To apply HST20, wind the tape loosely with about a two-thirds overlap, three layers at a time. After every three layers shrink the tape and then apply another three layers. Repeat this process until the desired insulation thickness is reached. The tape amalgamates during the shrinkage process.
Heatshrink Tape Features
- High mechanical strength and rigid once shrunk
- Low water absorption
- Excellent chemical resistance
- Irradiated polyolefin which shrinks and amalgamates above 130 deg C
- Becomes continuous insulation with variable wall thickness
- Excellent for creating a waterproof seal
Material: Irradiated polyolefin
Size: 20mm x 50m Roll (approx. thickness 0.1mm)
Temperature: Storage up to 90 degrees Celsius / Operating -55 to +105 degrees Celsius
Shrinkage temperature: Above 130 degrees Celsius
Tensile strength: 0.5 kg/mm2
Elongation at breaking point: 250%
Breakdown voltage: 30 kV/mm thickness
Volume resistivity: Above 1 x 1015ohm cm
Water absorption: 0.1%
UV resistance: General UV stabilised
EC, VDE DIN
|Tape Width (mm):||20|
|Tape Thickness (mm):||0.1|
|Minimum Temperature (degree celcius):||-55|
|Maximum Temperature (degree celcius):||105|
|Tape Material:||Irradiated polyolefin|
|Tape Type:||Sealing and Insulation|
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