Polyvinyl Chloride coated fiberglass braided sleeving (a.k.a. Vinyl Sleeving) is commonly used in high voltage applications where flame resistance is necessary. Such applications include: radio, television, and electonics, as terminal insulation. These instances have operating temperatures below 130°C. Also because of its flame retardancy, vinyl coated glass is ideal for applications involving soldered splices and terminations.
Tightly braided fiberglass sleeve completely coated with Polyvinyl Chloride resin to provide superior electrical and thermal protection.
Thermal Characteristics - UL/NEMA Thermal Class B (-20 to 130°C)
Flame Resistance - Passes UL 1441 (VW-1). Self-Extinguishing. NEMA TF-2 flame retardant
Available in NEMA sizes #24 (AWG) to 1". NEMA TF-1, Type 3
Excellent chemical resistance to: Acids, weak alkalis, esters, fungus and corona treatment
Dielectric Grade A: 8000V minimum average breakdown, 6000V minimum individual.
High quality equivalent to: Ben-Har Vinyl, Varflo sleeving, Hilec 310B series (317F is Grade A), Alpha Wire PIF-130