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Stockcap expands heatshrink end cap range

22-03-2011
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Stockcap has released a range of new sizes of Heatshrink End Caps.

Available for immediate delivery, the Stockcap range now includes caps with shrink ratios suitable for cable diameters 4-8mm, 4-11mm, 8-16mm, 15-35mm, 25-47mm, 35-68mm, 45-90mm, 45-110mm and 64-120mm.

Stockcap can also manufacture heatshrink caps for cable diameters 70-145mm, 140-280mm and 230-460mm. 

Stockcap heatshrink end caps are suitable for use with most common cable types including XLPE, PVC, PILC and rubber as well as jelly-filled and fibre optic cables. Stockcap can also supply valved caps for pressurised telecommunication cables.

All Stockcap heatshrink end caps are quick to install, even in confined spaces and provide excellent long-term resistance to weathering, moisture and dust contamination.

Stockcap heatshrink end caps are competitively priced and available in convenient pack sizes.

Stockcap
(Sinclair & Rush Pty Limited)     
Ph: 1800 00 3211
www.sinclair-rush.com.au

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