Link-N-Shrink™

Link-N-Shrink™ is an adhesive lined wraparound heat shrink repair and sealing system that can cover cable diameters as large as 7.75”. Utilizing a stainless-steel locking channel and a 3:1 shrink ratio, Link-N-Shrink™ will provide a watertight seal that will securely repair or extend the life of cables and/or cable joints. Link-N-Shrink™ is RoHS compliant, ISO 846 tested for Microbial Testing of Plastics, ISO R527 tested for Tensile Properties, ASTM D2671 tested for Standard Heat-Shrink Tubing, DIN53455 tested for Plastic Tensile Testing, and can cover cables rated for 1kV.

The cross-linked polyolefin copolymer jacketing is fungus resistant, fluid resistant, and corrosion resistant, creating a durable solution for cabling in the toughest of environments. From shipboards to industrial construction and automation, Link-N-Shrink™ is the heat shrink solution for a variety of applications. Link-N-Shrink™ is a semi-rigid, watertight system that won’t budge from the cable it is applied to. The stainless-steel locking channel, paired with the inner water-resistant adhesive lining, ensures a tight and secure repair for cables as small as 1.69” to cables as large as 7.75”.

The quick and clean application procedure requires only a flame torch to complete. Simply wrap Link-N-Shrink™ around the cable or cable joint, insert the steel channel, and heat around the jacketing, center to ends. The sleeve will shrink around and the sealant will flow circumferentially, creating a permanent watertight seal. The stainless-steel channel can be left on or removed, depending on preference or application.

Link-N-Shrink™ offers an array of sizes for cable diameters from 1.69” to 7.75” and an operational temperature range of -31°F to 212°F (-35°C to 100°C).

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