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Heat Shrink Tube (30 cm)

CODE: HEATSHRINK

$1.52

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Heat Shrink Tube (30cm)

Using the Heat Shrink Tube from LED Montreal, you can protect your connections in a nice clean way. Simply use a heat gun to shrink it around your wires and connectors. For extra protection, you can use silicone to seal the ends before you shrink it. 

You want full protection? The self-sealing heat shrink tube is the perfect option for you! Since it includes silicone glue on the inside of the tubing, it allows you to complete the project’s waterproofing process. It is the best choice to protect your connections entirely.

The Heat Shrink Tube is sold in continuous length; for example, if you purchase five 30cm units, you will receive a single 1.5 meter long tube. 

LED Montreal offers the Heat Shrink Tube in 2 types: Regular or Self-Sealing. You can select the option that you want in the pulldown menu.


Regular

The regular heat shrink tube is available in white and only includes the tubing; it’s the most common type. We offer 3 different width options:

Width 1 - 8mm diameter (15mm flat), shrinks down to 5mm diameter when heated, works with 3528 ip65 LED strips
Width 2 - 10mm diameter (20mm flat), shrinks down to 6mm diameter when heated, works with 5050 ip65 LED strips
Width 3 - 12mm diameter (22mm flat), shrinks down to 8mm diameter when heated, works with ip68 LED strips


Self-Sealing

The self-sealing heat shrink tube is clear and includes adhesive on the inside of the tubing, allowing the completion of the waterproofing process. It is the best choice to protect your connections for any outdoor project, providing you with full safety against humidity. If you intend on using the heat shrink directly on an iP68 Strip, please add some silicone directly on the strip prior to adding the heat shrink in order to maximize adherence and waterproofing.

Width: 12mm (0.472”) diameter, shrinks down to 4mm diameter when heated (3:1 ratio), works with all LED strips.

 
 

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