High-temperature shrink tape

  • 23-Feb-2012 04:14 EST

TE Connectivity’s high-temperature shrink tape saves time and resources when bundling wire harnesses. The RT-555 tape is a bi-layer, side-entry, heat-recoverable sealing product that shrinks a predetermined percentage upon the application of heat in excess of 220°C. Suitable for use in wire harness systems requiring aggressive fluid and high-temperature resistance, the two-layer tape withstands the extremely high temperatures generally associated with aircraft engines. Designed to be installed on mounted harnesses, the tape saves time in disconnecting and testing, and it reduces cost.

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