Flexo PETA Versatile and Economical Bundling and Protection Solution
FLEXO PET - A VERSATILE BUNDLING AND PROTECTION SOLUTION
Flexo PET (PT) is used in electronics, automotive, marine and industrial wire harnessing and management applications where cost efficiency and application durability are important. The unique braided construction allows expandability up to 150% or more for quick and easy installation over large connectors and long installation runs.
PT is braided from 10 mil PolyEthylene Terepthalate (PET) monofilament yarns. The material has a wide operating temperature range, resists chemical degradation, UV damage and abrasion.
Wire Bundling and Cable Organization
Auto or Motorcycle Customization
Color Coding Applications
- Economical and Easy to Install
- Cut and Abrasion Resistant
- Expands Up to 150% or More
- Resists UV Damage
- Braided from 0.10" PET Monofilament Yarns
- Operating Temps: -94°F to 257°F (-70°C to 125°C)
- Halogen Free - RoHS Compliant
- Resists Common Chemicals and Solvents
- FAR 25, FMVSS 302 Approved
- Provides Professional Look on Finished Product
- Strong Across Wide Operating Temp. Range
- Melt Temp: 482°F/250°C
These products provide high visibility in regular light, and glow vibrantly when activated by any UV light source. Please note that not all colors are available in all sleeving diameters. Mix and match for the ultimate custom UV reactive project.
To ensure a frayless, professional end on any installation, it is recommended that expandable sleeving be cut with a hot knife, rope cutter or some similar tool. We offer a wide variety of Hot Knives for different applications. You can find a guide to properly using a hot knife at Wirecare.com's Learning Center.
More instructional videos for our various products can be found on Wirecare.com's Page.
Heatshrink Tubing is the ideal way to create a tight, professional finish on any wire, hose or cable management project. Once shrunk, the tubing will hold its reduced state, even at elevated temperatures. Heatshrink terminations are tight and smooth, and the tubing will generally conform to fit around plugs or connectors. You can find a guide to the proper technique for working with heatshrink tubing at Wirecare.com's Learning Center.