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Five Reasons to Use Heat Shrink Tubing on a Car or Motorcycle

By Nathania Heckert

When it comes to insulating the wires on a car or motorcycle, heat shrink tubing has experienced overwhelming popularity in recent years. There purposes have also grown in number, as they adaptable, reliable and inexpensive. Here are five reasons why heat shrink tubing is the insulation of choice for car and motorcycle buffs.

Durability Heat shrink tubing is preferable to electrical tape because it can withstand heat and other elements better than glue on the tape.

Malleability With the ability to conform to the materials it encases, heat shrink tubing is an ideal match for electrical and electronic projects.

Invulnerability Not only does heat shrink tubing protect the wires and cables inside, it also prevents its components from scratching the surfaces of cars and motorcycles or their accessories.

Versatility Wires oftentimes stand out like a sore thumb with their varying colors and lack of boundaries. Heat shrink tubing tames wires and is available in an assortment of colors to match your beauty. If you have a sleek, slick cable that you're proud to display, or simply desire to view which wires are encased in the tube, there are clear heat shrink tubing options available in abundance.

Usability Heat shrink tubing can separate groups of wires for organization. For added coordination, use various color codes to indicate wire groups.

Heat Shrink Tubing can be used for many different applications. Due to the wide range of uses there are many different heat shrink tubings which each meet the demands of an individual application. Instead of standard approaches to insulation, such as taping or molding in place, tubing, when heated, shrinks to conform to the size and shape of the underlying material making installation fast and easy. Tubing comes a in wide range of sizes, colors, and materials. Tubing provides superior insulation, strain relief and protection against mechanical damage and abrasion.
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Nathania Heckert
Heat Shrink Tubing

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