Heat Shrink Boots
With 800 standard heat shrink boot shapes and sizes to choose from, and over 50,000 possible combinations, Whitmor/Wirenetics is pleased to feature the largest inventory of wire boot parts in the U.S. Because selection can be tricky, Whitmor/Wirenetics's fully qualified and trained product engineers are committed to helping you choose the right parts for you application. From 10 different materials, 8 adhesive options, and temperature ratings from -75° C to +200° C, Whitmor/Wirenetics can find the right solution for you. With all work done at our ISO9001 and AS9100 certified facility, we also offer same-day shipping.
Heat Shrink Boot Applications
Our heat shrink boots are appropriate for a range of industries, including military, aero/space, industrial, commercial, automotive, and more. Heat shrink molded shapes-in conjunction with our heat shrink tubing-make it easy to fabricate complete jacketed and environmentally-sealed wire and cable harnesses. Such shapes are often used for strain relief, as cosmetic coverings for cable division spots, environmental sealing, and encapsulating and mechanical support.
Value Added Services for Heat Shrink Boots
Regardless of the application, Whitmor/Wirenetics offers value added services such as adhesive lining, potting ports, drain holes, custom labeling, and bar-coding.
Materials and Wire Boot Varieties
Working with boot materials such as polyolefin, fluid-resistant elastomers, fluorocarbon blends, low-smoke fire hazard elastomers, and viton-polyester blends, Whitmor/Wirenetics offers a variety of wire boot types, including:
- High and low profiled, straight bottle shaped transitions
- High and low profiled, right-angled style transitions
- T-shaped and angled t-shaped transitions
- Y-shaped transitions
- 2-,3-, and 4-legged fan-tailed transitions
- 2-,3-,4-, 5-, and 6-legged in-line transitions
- End Caps
- Custom shapes, modifications, sizes, and colors
To learn more about our Heat Shrink Boots, as well as our other products and services, please contact Whitmor/Wirenetics today.