Heat Shrink Tube Kit (Single Wall, 2:1 Shrink) - 130 Pieces

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  • Containing 130 total pieces made up from 5 different colours and 6 different sizes, our Heat Shrink Kit is a must-have for workshops, garages and boats. Made from industrial-grade heat shrink, it’s ideal to keep on-hand.
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Frequently bought together:


  • Quality Heat Shrink Tubing in a variety of colours and sizes.
  • Full kit contains 6 different sizes in Red, Black, White, Blue and Green / Yellow.
  • Supplied as convenient, 100mm long pre-cut lengths.
  • All contained in a plastic box to keep sizes organised and tidy.

Perfect for hobbyists, tinkerers and DIY, our Thin Wall Heat Shrink Kit contains 130 pieces of various sizes and colours of heat shrink tubing. This industrial-grade heat shrink has a 2:1 shrink ratio and is flexible, reliable and easy to work with.

All the pieces contained in this kit are 100mm in length. They are not glue or adhesive lined and are categorised as a thin wall grade of heat shrink sleeve.

What’s In Our Think Wall Heat Shrink Kit.

Sleeving ID
(As Supplied)
Sleeving ID
(After Shrinking)
Total Qty Colours Quantity per
3mm 1.5mm 50 Black, Red, White, Blue & Green / Yellow 10
5mm 2.5mm 30 Black, Red, White, Blue & Green / Yellow 6
7mm 3.5mm 20 Black, Red, White, Blue & Green / Yellow 4
10mm 5mm 10 Black, Red, White, Blue & Green / Yellow 2
13mm 6.5mm 10 Black, Red, White, Blue & Green / Yellow 2
20mm 10mm 10 Black, Red, White, Blue & Green / Yellow 2

Thin Wall Heat Shrink Technical Information.

This heat shrinkable tubing is flame retardant and self-extinguishing. It is rated for up to 600 volts and is UV stabilised for good, long-lasting performance. All colours in the kit (except for Green / Yellow) meet ROHS compliance standards.

Our Thin Wall Heat Shrink Tubing has good resistance to most chemicals, copper corrosion and fungus. Once shrunk, it will withstand temperatures between -55°C and +125°C.

For more information on the technical properties of this heat shrinkable sleeving, please consult the specifications tab.

Applications for Thin Wall Heat Shrink.

  • Insulating and protecting cable and wire joins.
  • Wire harnessing.
  • Bundling cables and wires.
  • Colour coding of wires, cables, leads and components.
  • As a protective layer for underlying insulation.

Heat Shrink Tube to Lay Flat Internal Dimensions Table.

Heat Shrink Tube ID (As Supplied) Lay Flat ID
5mm Ø 8mm
7mm Ø 11mm
10mm Ø 16mm
13mm Ø 20mm
20mm Ø 31mm

Heat Shrink Tube, Thin Wall, Non-Adhesive Specifications and Technical Details

Specification Value Standard
Shrink Ratio 2 : 1  
Continuous Operating Temperature -55°C to +125°C IEC 216
Low Temperature Flexibility -55°C ASTM D-2671
UL Max. Temperature 125°C UL94, VW1
Dielectric Strength >20 kV/mm ASTM D-2671
Dielectric Constant 3.0 Max ASTM D-150
Volume Resistance 1016 Ohm/cm ASTM D-257
Tensile Strength 16 N/mm² ASTM D-638
Maximum Elongation 300% ASTM D-638
Longtitudinal Change >3% ASTM D-638
Water Absorption 0.15% Max. ASTM D-570
Fungus Resistance Inert MIL-1-7444
Copper Corrosion Good ASTM D-2671 B
Chemical Resistance Good  
Flammability Pass UL 2324-VW1
Heat Shock @ 250°C for 4 Hours No dripping, cracking or flowing  
Specifications @ Approvals
  • Mil-1-23053/5 Class 2&3
  • UL224, 125°C VW1
  • CSA C22.2 No. 198.1 OFT

Downloads & Resources

Heat Shrink Tube FAQ's

How will I know when it’s stopped shrinking?

There’s no real way to tell other than direct observation.

How long does it take to shrink?

Technically, it depends on the degree of heat applied. That said, we’re guessing you’re after a general answer. In that case we can safely say that it’s seconds, not hours. If you can’t see it shrinking it’s either because it has as much as it can or there’s not enough heat being applied.

What’s the easiest way to get them to shrink?

This really depends on what you have available. A heat gun is ideal though a simple hair dryer will do the trick. We don’t encourage it for safety reasons but we do know (from experience we’re sorry to admit) that a naked flame from a lighter will do the job as well.

How to I cut it?

Scissors, Stanley knife, steak knife or any sharp implement will do the jo

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Additional Information

Green / Yellow
Minimum Continuous Temperature:
Maximum Continuous Temperature:
Dielectric Strength:
>20 kV/mm
Elongation at Break:
Food Grade / Potable Water Approvals?:
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