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Thin PTFE heatshrink: is it of use to anyone here?
« on: January 24, 2019, 02:24:20 pm »
I recently bought some uninteresting transparent tubing for general purpose insulation of hookup wires, but when I took some out of the packaging it felt unlike bog-standard tubing. On investigating the part number it transpires that it is more interesting PTFE heatshrink :) I've more than I need, so is anybody here interested in some?

It comes in 1m lengths, is easily kinkable, and the specs can be seen in the images or at  http://www.qscomp.cz/Pdf/Tfe.pdf

The images show a section that has been shrunk and one of my bits of hookup wire approx diameters 0.52mm/0.95mm. The wire was inserted after shrinking, and is a snug fit.


 

« Last Edit: January 24, 2019, 02:27:25 pm by tggzzz »
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