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The purpose of this procurement procedure is the purchase of the following equipment - Dispersion covers (heat shrinkable materials)- Transition Kits (heat shrinkable materials)- Termination kits (heat shrinkable materials)- Terminal kits (heat shrinkable materials)- Fault detection games (heat shrinkable material)- Colored sheaths or marked with or without glue (heat shrinkable materials)- Covers and sheaths for retractable cables (cold shrinkable materials).
Qualtek heat shrinkable products include Polyolefin, Silicon, Teflon, Viton, Kynar, Halogen-Free, high temp, single wall, and adhesive lined tubing with varying shrink ratio, colors and sizes.
Full body printed, heat shrinkable sleeves enhance any package and are a great alternative to paper labels, the company said.
This heat shrinkable tubing is FDA compliant for contact with food and is flexible, non-toxic and resistant to ultraviolet light, moisture, fungus and a wide variety of chemicals and oils.
Generally, the North East doesn't have shrinkable clay problems but there are pockets around the area.
Company's shrink tunnels process heat shrinkable sleeve labels, tamper evident bands, multipacks and pre-forms.
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors says subsidence, caused by the loss of water from shrinkable subsoil, brought about by a period of high temperatures and low rainfall, is a major threat to houses built with shallow foundations.
Designed for use in the company's RhinoPRO range of printers, Heat Shrinkable Tubing is designed for wire and cable identification, insulation and strain relief.
A pre-fletched shrinkable tube allows the ability to fletch any size arrows from 17/64- to 24/64-inch diameters.
Also, problems usually only occur on shrinkable clay soil - where a Fremontodendron would not thrive.
TexMed fluoroplastic medical-grade heat shrinkable tubing includes PTFE, PEA, FEP, ETFE, PEEK and PEI formulations that are Class VI-approved.
These include the use of fine pigments with little or no calendering, coarse pigments with calendering, a bimodal mixture pigment approach, the use of a shrinkable binder, and special calendering techniques.