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TruConnect Heat Shrink Butt Splices

<p>Heat shrink sealed splices from <STRONG>TruConnect</STRONG> providing a tough and long lasting seal against immersion in solvents, oils, fluids etc.</p>
  • Heat shrink
  • Adhesive sealed joint
  • Available in 3 cable sizes
Terminal materialTinned copper
Sleeve materialClear polyolefin
AdhesiveHot melt
Dielectric strength12kV
Insulation resistance10Ω
Wire size mm²Max wire dia.mm Pre-shrunk dia.Shrunk dia.Order code
Red0.8-1.51.74.21.133-0100
Blue1.5-2.52.34.9233-0105
Yellow3.0-6.03.46.43.433-0110
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05 November 2015 Question by: Steve Pollard
Q. Can you please confirm that these are definitely butt splices and not parallel splices i.e. the conductor can't pass right through?
A. Hi Steve, thank you for your question. These are branded butt splice form the manufacturer but wire can passed directly through.


22 July 2015 Question by: Tony | Product code: 33-0100
Q. Do you use a standard crimp tool on this connector for two wires ........ what is the heat shrink description mean ... do you have to applied heat to the connector to seal the connector? How does the fitting work? Thanks
A. Hi Tony, thank you for your question. 85-0260 would be suitable for this range of splices. The heat sink part simply requires heat and this will shrink the outer sheath ensuring a good seal and a tight grip of the cable ends, a lighter or hot air gun can be used for the shrink process.


21 November 2013 Question by: Gerry Foran
Q. Can you tell me which hand tools are suitable for crimping these crimps without damaging the insulation please
A. Hi Gerry. Thank you for your question. We offer the 85-0267.