Heat Shrink Anode Caps are used to seal and protect the critical connection between the lead wire and anode.
It provides stress relief, moisture proofing and electrical insulation at the lead wire exit point.
It is a ideal solution to the problem of premature system failure due to corrosion causing the lead wire to come out of the anode.
|Tensile strength||12 N/mm² (Mpa) (min)||ASTM D638|
|Ultimate elongation||350% (min)||ASTM D639|
|Density||1,1 gm/cm²||ASTM D792|
|Hardness||45 + 10 Shore D||ASTM D2240|
|Water absorption||0,2% (max)||ASTM D570|
|Corrosion||Non corrosive||ASTM D2671|
|Accelerated ageing||120°C for 500Hrs||ASTM D2671|
|Tensile strength||11 N/mm² (Mpa) (min)||ASTM D638|
|Ultimate elongation||300% (min)||ASTM D638|
|-40°C for 4Hrs||No cracking||ASTM D2671|
|250°C for 30 min||No cracking or flowing||ESI 09-11|
|Shrink temperature||125°C||IEC 216|
|Operating temperature||Minus 55°C to Plus 100°C||IEC 216|
|Dielectric strength||12 KV/mm (min)||ASTM D14|
|Volume resistivity||11 x 10¹? Ohm.cm (min)||ASTM D257|
|Dielectric constant||5 (max)||ASTM D150|