I believe everyone is familiar with heat-shrinkable tubes. Many people don’t know what cold-shrinkable tubes are. In fact, cold-shrinkable tubes are named relative to heat-shrinkable tubes. Heat-shrinkable tubes are called heat-shrinkable tubes. The tube that can be reduced by heating and pulling the support bar is called a cold shrink tube. Today, I will take everyone to take a look at the use process of the cold shrink tube;
1. Prepare a silicone rubber cold shrink tube material in advance. The inner diameter of the cold shrinkable tube must be slightly larger than the thick cable to be covered, so that the thick cable can be wrapped tightly when shrinking, and the high-magnification shrinkage range is also At the same time, thin cables can be wrapped tightly;
2. Pass through the product to be coated and hold the cable and cold shrinkable tube material with one hand, and gently pull off the white ring-shaped support strip with the other hand to make it shrink quickly and completely wrap the place to be protected. ；
3. Pull to make it completely shrink and shrink quickly. It is more suitable for high-altitude operations and places that do not require live work. It is generally used in communication base station RF feeders, 1/2N, 7/8 jumpers, and coaxial cables. It has a permanent The radial shrinkage force is outdoor, anti-aging, anti-corrosion, sealing, waterproof, and radiation resistance, and the expansion ratio is more than 4 times. It is suitable for connections of different diameters and the sealing performance is unmatched by heat shrinkable tubes.