Heat Shrink Tubing 4" pieces

Context Engineering

$ 2.19 
SKU: TT740004

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Available in 13 different sizes

2:1 Shrink Ratio


Flexible, polyolefin based heat shrinkable tubing rated for continuous operation from -55C to 135C

Part
No.
Description
TT740004
3/64" Black Heat Shrink Tubing 4" 13/pk
TT740011
1/16" Black Heat Shrink Tubing 4" 12/pk
TT740028
3/32" Black Heat Shrink Tubing 4" 11/pk
TT740035
1/8" Black Heat Shrink Tubing 4" 10/pk
TT740042
3/16" Black Heat Shrink Tubing 4" 8/pk
TT740059
1/4" Black Heat Shrink Tubing 4" 7/pk
TT740066
3/8" Black Heat Shrink Tubing 4" 6/pk
TT740073
1/2" Black Heat Shrink Tubing 4" 5/pk
TT740080
3/4" Black Heat Shrink Tubing 4" 4/pk
TT740509
1/16", 3/32", 1/8" Black Heat Shrink Tubing 4" 8/pk
TT740516
3/16", 1/4", 3/8" Black Heat Shrink Tubing 4" 8/pk
TT740523
1/2", 3/4", 1" Black Heat Shrink Tubing 4" 5/pk
TT740530
1/16" Thru 1" Black Heat Shrink Tubing 4" 7/pk


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