Heat Shrink

Heat Shrink carries a compound that allows the material to shrink under temperature. Once it has shrunk all the way, you will notice that it is now tight and conforming to the connection or insulation. There are heat guns and torches that are made to shrink it down. Hot air or flame will work in a range of 250 to 460 degrees F.


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