3M™ EPS 200 Heat Shrink Tubing is a dual wall tubing that provides the advantage of integral, adhesive lined construction. This flame retardant tubing with a 2:1 shrink ratio, offers insulation for 600V rated applications. The flexible polyolefin construction with an internal layer of thermoplastic adhesive offers moisture seal protection in automotive and marine applications.
3M™ Heat Shrink Tubing EPS 200 provides a skintight fit and strain relief protection of electronic components, truck wiring splices or wire bundling. This flame retardant tubing has a heat shrinkable outer wall that is irradiation cross linked for abrasion resistance. The tubing also maintains a high flow and has superior adhesion characteristics. When the tubing cools down, it forms a permanent, water resistant barrier. It withstands temperatures of 67 to 230 degrees F ( 55 to 110 degrees C). UL Listed, SAE AS23053/4, Class 2, CSA Certified and RoHS 2011/65/EU Compliant.
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