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    High-Temperature Sleeving Products

    High Temperature Fiberglass/Silicone Sleeve with Closure

    Our high-temperature wire sleeve features a Nomex hook and loop closure system, allowing for easy access to cables for inspection or maintenance. This hook and loop closure system will withstand continuous temperatures up to 176°C (350°F).

    Custom lengths and widths are available upon request.

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    Product Spec Sheet
    High Temperature Fiberglass Silicone Sleeve With Closures

    Ratings / Characteristics

    • Extreme Temperatures up to 3000°F
    • Continuous Temperature Range -50°C to 176°C (-58°F to 350°F)
    • Abrasion Resistant
    • Flame Resistant 


    • ULTRA-HEAVY GRADE FIBERGLASS BASE FABRIC — Coated with a heavy layer of specially compounded silicone rubber to resist severe temperatures. The sleeve can extend the life of cables that are exposed to extreme heat and molten splash.

    • NOMEX HOOK & LOOP CLOSURE SYSTEMS — Allows for easy access to cables for inspection or maintenance, while also protecting them from extreme heat and molten splash. The Nomex Hook & Loop material will withstand continuous temperatures from -50°C (-58°F) to 176°C (350°F). Short-term exposure defined as 20 – 30 seconds.

    • EASY INSTALLATION — Product can be installed without having to disconnect existing cables or cable assemblies.

    • IN THE EVENT OF EXTREME TEMPERATURES — The sleeve will withstand maximum short-term exposure* of temperatures up to 1650°C (3000°F).


    • Cable Covers
    • Cable Tray Protection
    • Welding Cable Protection
    • Protection from Abrasion
    • Hose Protection
    • Protects from Water, Grease & Hydraulic Oils
    • Sheds heat from molten splash almost instantly before heat transfer can occur


    • Abrasions
    • Extreme Temperature


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    Norfolk Naval Shipyard brought to the rep’s attention a few ideas to improve our welding cables and lines. TPC picked up the ball and designed products that we now use at the Navy Yard every day.
    Douglas E. Kubizna
    Supervisor, Norfolk Naval Shipyard


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