Colored Heat Shrink Tubing
Colored heat shrink tubing comes in an array of sizes and is color coordinated for easy identification.
Colored heat shrink tubing is very flexible, flame retardant and will resist common fluids and solvents.
Coloured heat shrink is ideal for sealing and protecting light-duty electrical connections in auto, marine and industrial applications.
Colored Heat shrink tubing
Materical: Polyolefine, PVC
Color: black, red, yellow, green, blue, white, transparent (clear).
Related Voltage: 600V
Working Temperature: -55℃-125℃
Tensile Strrngth: 10.4Mpa
2:1 colored heat shrink tubing specication
|Size||Size as supplied(mm)||Size after heating(mm)||Package|
Different heat shrink ratio 2:1 or 3:1
Heat Shrink Tubing Kit is suitable for many projects, broken wires fixing, electrical insulation, mechanical protection, wire bandwidth, wire connection, wire ends process, wire / cable junctions, daily repairs, and color coding, etc.
Colored heat shrink tubing are also very popular in electrical industry.
When you are installing multiple cables as part of an electrical system, or as part of your manufactured items, you can make identification of wires and cables easy by using colored heat shrink tubing to label each of the cables.
As you lay out the cables, you need to install the colored heat shrink around each of the wires and use a heat gun to heat the tubing around your wires. Once that has been completed, do not forget to write down what color goes with which wire.
Common colors of colored heat shrink include: black, red, yellow, green, blue, white, transparent (clear).
Black is the most used color for heat shrinkable tubing. It is a common color in industrial applications and improves the already good UV resistance of Polyolefine heat shrinkable tubing.
Coloured heat shrink is produced from Polyolefine, which is quite transparent. By adding pigments it can be given a color, and in some cases the material properties will be improved.
Colored heat shrink keeps your stuff all safe and kept together.
Especially when wiring and soldering, use heat shrink to add mechanical strength to cables. We use this stuff all the time and having a zip-lock bag of all the possible sizes is super handy. The colors can be used to color code different wires so you know which wire is power, data, ground, analog in, etc.