RW-200-E is a Viton® fluoroelastomeric heat shrinkable tubing, which is ideally suited to applications where temperature and fluid resistance are major factors. RW-200-E will withstand a continuous operating temperature of 200°C and still maintain a good resistance to fuels, most hydraulic fluids and other chemicals, extreme weather conditions, and radiation.
The product is used extensively in the engine compartment and fuselage of military and commercial aircraft. and is the most commonly specified material for these applications.
The Raychem brand of heat shrinkable sleeving (now owned by TE Connectivity) is world renowned as the market leading product. These products are the standard bearer and offer the best performing and highest quality product available. The RW-200-E product is the original Viton® heat and although there are many cheaper and inferior products available, none of these have the track record and performance history of this product.
Undoubtedly, this product is ‘The King’ of the Viton® heat shrink products.
Features & Benefits
- High resistance to impact and abrasion.
- Resistance to a wide variety of fuels, lubricants, acids, and solvents at elevated temperatures.
- Flexibility at low temperatures without cracking.
- Protection against abrasion and chemicals
- Wire bundling and splice protection
- Cable identification and strain relief
|Ordering Size (Inches)||Minimum ID Supplied (mm)||Maximum ID Recovered (mm)||Recovered Wall Thickness (mm)||Standard Spool Size (m)|
|General Installation temperature Longitudinal change||175°C +0% -10%|
|Electrical Dielectric strength||6 kV/mm minimum|
|Thermal Heat ageingLow temperature flexibility||168 hours at 250°C 4 hours at 300°C 4 hours at -55°C|
|Flammability Fire hazard||Duration of burning 15s max (ASTM D876)|
|Chemical Fluid resistance||24 hours at various temperatures for the following fluids: Aviation fuel to ISO1817 Liquid B Lubricating Oil O-148 Hydraulic Fluid 4515|
|Specifications||VG 95343 Part 5 Type EAMS DTL 23053/16VDE 0341/Pt9005Def Stan 59-97 Issue 3 Type 4A|