Applications ： It is widely used in the field of communication, electronics, automobile etc.
Features： Shrink Ratio: 2:1 to 9:1
Operating temp.: -55 C to +125 C
Minimum fully recovery temperature: 110 ℃
It is made from radiation cross-linked polyolefin, Designed for applications to seal and protect power cable joints from 11kV to 36kV.
Features： High insulation
Application up to 36kV
Min.full recovery temp.: 120 ℃
Applications： It is designed for applications to seal and protect electrical splices, cable terminations and joints where electrical insulation and water proof are required. 3:1 shrink ratio allows it easily fit over irregular shape and large connectors.
Features： Dual wall, hot melt adhesive lined by co-extrusion
Resistant to UV-radiation
High electrical insulation
Superior mechanical property
Minimum fully recovery temperature: 120 ℃
Bus Tube is heat shrinkable tube designed to insulate busbar systems up to 36KV & to protect against accidental flashover. The tubes are manufactured from high quality non tracking crosslinked polyolefin material. Meets ANSI C37.20.2 standards for MV switchgear application up to 36 KV.
Applications： The anti-tracking sealing mastic is made from a non-toxic, butyl composite. The self amalgamating and solvent free make the mastic effectively used in sealing cable joints and terminations to provide waterproof and void-filling.
Features： stress relief mastic.
black sealing mastic.
It is highly conformable, self-fusing ethylene propylene rubber(EPR), high insulting tape.KC71 is used for main insulation applications of cable and other electrical devices up to69KV.
Vulcan 80 waterseal mastic tape is a new generation Made from EPR and butyl rubber. Vulcan 80 is produced according to a new improved formula, which is a fusion of all Advice from the base station staff. It has the new characteristics of being light & thin And easy to be operated.
High Voltage Busbar Tapes are heat shrink, adhesive-coating tapes which provide insulation enhancement and protection against accidentally induced flashovers.