The Only Low Shrink Temperature PVC With An Inner Adhesive Liner
Bonds With Most Substrates Including PVC Jacketed Wire And Cable
Provides Moisture Protection That Will Not Deteriorate Over Time

USE INSUL-SEAL VAT-105TM FOR:

  • Outdoor applications
  • Cable and connector protection
  • Wire splices
  • Repairing insulation on frayed wire
  • Applications with PVC wire and cable
  • Insulating terminals
  • Waterproof bonding

Property
Substrate
Typical Value
Adhesive, Lap Shear*
2" per min. - 1" overlap: Vinyl to Vinyl:
155 lbs.
  Vinyl to Copper:
101 lbs.
  Vinyl to Stainless Steel:
65 lbs.
  Vinyl to Aluminum:
60 lbs.
*Samples prepared using vinyl adhesive films, 5 min. @ 250° F, 100 psi contact pressure

INSUL-GRIP VAT-105TM INFORMATION:

  • SHRINK RATIO: 2:1
  • MINIMUM RECOMMENDED SHRINK TEMPERATURE: 100°C (212°F)
  • OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGE: -20°C TO 105°C
  • LONGITUDINAL SHRINKAGE: 15% nom.
  • PHYSICAL / ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES:
    Specific Gravity: 1.32
    Tensile Strength: 3,000 psi
    Brittleness Temperature: -28°C
    Heat Aging: 7 days @ 136°C
    Retention of Tensile - 102%
    Retention of Elongation - 95%
    Elongation: 300%
    Volume Resistivity: 21.5 X 1012
    Dielectric Strength: 1,083 vpm
    Storage: Heat Sensitive. Store at 70°F or below or use within 30 days

For Longer Shelf Life Choose An Adhesive Lined Irradiated PVC
See: Insul-Seal VAT 205

 

EXPANDED I.D. MINIMUM
RECOVERED I.D. MAXIMUM
RECOVERED NOMINAL OUTER WALL
RECOVERED NOMINAL MELT WALL
STANDARD PACKAGING (PER BOX)
4-FOOT LENGTHS
Size
Inches
mm
Inches
mm
Inches
mm
Inches
mm
FT./SPOOL
TOTAL FT./BOX
3/16
.187
4.75
.093
2.36
.035
0.89
.007
0.18
1,000'
2,000'
1/4
.250
6.35
.125
3.18
.035
0.89
.007
0.18
1,000'
2,000'
3/8
.375
9.53
.187
4.75
.035
0.89
.007
0.18
500'
1,000'
1/2
.500
12.70
.250
6.35
.035
0.89
.007
0.18
250'
500'
3/4
.750
19.10
.375
9.53
.040
1.02
.007
0.18
100'
200'
1
1.000
25.40
.500
12.70
.045
1.14
.007
0.18
100'
200'

Standard Color: Black

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