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Thermo Tec 18076-50

Heat Sleeve Silver 3/4" x 50"

Thermo Tec 18076-50

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Thermo Tec 18076-50 Heat Sleeve Silver 3/4" x 50" $369.99
Heat Sleeve
  • Silver
  • 3/4" x 50'

  • Thermo Tec 18076-50 Details

    Silver

  • Protects From Extreme Heat
  • Thermal And Abrasion Resistance
  • Silicone Coated Fiberglass Fire Sleeving
  • Continuous Protection To 500 Degrees
  • Short Term Protection Exposure To 2200 Degrees

  • Specifications:

    Inside Diameter
    0.75
    Color
    Silver
    Product Length
    50 ft.
    Material
    Silicone Wrapped Fiberglass
    Max Temperature Rating
    2000 Degree
    Overall Length (in.)
    600
    Heat Protection Color
    Silver
    Maximum Ambient Temperature (F)
    2,200 degrees F
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Width (in.)
    0.75
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    18076-50

    Thermo Tec Heat Sleeves protect wires, cables and hoses from high-temperature exposure, liquid spills and temporary exposure to flame. Perfect for applications that may be close to open electrical sources or for ignition components. Reduces potential interference that may occur from other silver metallic styles. The high-quality sleeves are made from braided fiberglass sheathing and coated with a compound silicone rubber. Capable of continuous protection to 500º F and short-term exposure thru 2200º F. Available in silver or black and in 1/2", 3/4" and 1" diameters. Made in the U.S.A.

    Features:
  • High temperature liquid proof heat sleeves
  • Fiberglass braided with silicone rubber coating
  • Safe for continuous exposure to 500 degrees F and short term to 2200 degrees F

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