Techflex 1/8" Expandable Sleeving - White
Perfect for making a messy wire bundle into something that looks great!
Techflex Flexo is a strong expandable sleeving that not only provides a professional look but also protects cables, wires and hoses from abrasion, cuts and ultra-violet light. Due to its expandable nature, the braiding will easily slip over large connectors and then "form-fit" over cables for quick and easy installations. Because it is available in a variety of colors and sizes, it can be used to "color code" wires for easy identification. It is braided from .010" monofilament polyester yarn that can withstand temperature extremes from -103Â° F to +257Â° F, making it perfect for automotive applications. Flexo can be terminated using electrical tape, wire ties or heat shrink. For a professional look, and to slide over large connectors, we recommend using our 3-to-1 Ratio heat shrink which is also available in a variety of colors and sizes. Braiding must be cut with a hot knife to prevent unraveling and has a melting temperature of +446Â° F. Sold in 1 ft. lengths.
- Size I.D.: 1/8" Â Size Range (min~max): 3/32"~1/4"
- Color: White
- Professional look for custom cable assemblies
- Bundles cables and organizes wires Easy to install, lightweight and flexible
- Abrasion, chemical and U/V resistant
- Wide operating temperature
- Available in a variety of colors and sizes
Sold by the foot
|Size||1/8 in. unexpanded|
|Operating Temp. (Temperature)||-103 Degrees F to +257 Degrees F|
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