High-temperature wire markers

  • 19-Mar-2010 03:13 EDT

Brady Worldwide’s B-345 PermaSleeve wire markers are a heat-shrink sleeve made from an irradiated PVDF suitable for high-temperature and low-vacuum outgassing applications. The sleeves fit snugly around wires for maximum insulation protection and permanent identification. For commmon aerospace, satellite, and defense applications, the markers have an operating temperature of -55 to +225°C. They come in nine diameters from 3/32 through 1.5 in, with a shrink ratio of 2:1 (the 3/32-in size comes with a 3:1 shrink ratio).

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