Flexo Clean Cut®

Scissor Cut for Fray Resistant Installation in Shop or Field

FLEXO CLEANCUT - AN IDEAL SLEEVING FOR FIELD INSTALLERS

Flexo Clean Cut braided expandable sleeving is ideal for field installers and other situations where access to a hot knife is either impractical or impossible. Clean Cut's fray resistant properties allows frequent expansion at the cut end without fraying or unraveling. When cut with a hot knife, CC provides a smooth, virtually frayless end. CC is braided from 8 mil PolyEthylene Terepthalate (PET) monofilament yarns specially engineered to create a fray resistant end without artificial binders or other additives.


CLEAN CUT application 1
WIRE BUNDLING AND CABLE ORGANIZATION

For home or office wire management projects, CC is a perfect solution. Just measure, cut, install the sleeving over your bundle and forget about it.

The sleeving expands up to 150% to fit over plugs and connectors.


  • Cuts Easily With Scissors
  • Very High Abrasion Resistance
  • Expands Up to 150%
  • Operating Temps: -94°F to 257°F (-70°C to 125°C)
  • Halogen Free - RoHS Compliant
  • Resists Common Chemicals & Solvents
  • Dense Braid for Fuller Coverage
  • Melt Temp: 482°F/250°C

USING A HOT KNIFE TO CUT BRAIDED SLEEVING

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 YouTube Page.


TERMINATING THE INSTALLATION WITH HEATSHRINK TUBING
heat gun

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.


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