PUREsleeve® Jo Kur
Our PUREsleeve® Jo Kur braided sleeving is perfect for any cable project you are working on, it hugs the wire without too much effort, it can stretch and expand as needed within its specifications. The PUREsleeve® PET braided sleeving is a soft tightness weave which makes it easy to use for people just starting out or for the advanced pro sleever.
Our PUREsleeve® colour options are growing and we look forward to developing new colour additions to the PUREsleeve® brand!
We won't bore you with all the technical details, as I'm sure you want to get started with your cable building project, BUT, if you are interested please carry on reading!
We add flame retardent to our filament, this helps to achive melting around the 240℃ temperatures, and helps with the heatshrinkless sleeving process. PUREsleeve® melts at a slow steady pace which makes it easy to use for people just starting out or for the advanced pro sleever that demands a great sleeving experience for their PC braided cable projects.
PLEASE NOTE: When using any open flame, you should always take extra care to not burn or injure yourself whilst doing the heatshrinkless process.
Compatible wire size specifications:
Works with single wires ranging from:- 0.75 mm² - 1.00 mm² and 16 AWG - 20 AWG
Works with bundles of 4 thinner wires ranging from:- 0.22 mm² and 22 AWG - 26 AWG
Material: environment-friendly and nontoxic PET( 1.0 viscosity)
Working temperature: -50℃~155℃
PUREsleeve® expendable OD range: 3.2mm to 7mm
PUREsleeve® pulled tight OD range: 4mm to 3.2mm
Filament diameter: 0.20mm
PLEASE NOTE: Our PUREsleeve® braided sleeving is Lead Free!
PUREsleeve® PET braided sleeving is a braid of fiaments or multifilaments made from industrial and environment-friendly PET of 1.0 viscosity. It features an outstanding wear resistance, smooth surface, air permeability, fire resistance and expandability, and the appearance is absolutly beautiful.
UL: The UL Listed seal means that the product has been tested by UL to nationally recognized safety and sustainability standards. Additionally, it has been found to be free from a reasonably foreseeable risk of fire, electric shock in a Division 2 environment.
RoHS: RoHS stands for Restriction of Hazardous Substances. RoHS, also known as Directive 2002/95/EC, originated in the European Union and restricts the use of specific hazardous materials found in electrical and electronic products (known as EEE).
German DIN 5510: Flame retardent and Smoke Toxin tested.
This standard defines technological fire protection require- ments of materials in respect of combustibility, smoke density and toxicity, and refers to the following additional standards: IE Determining fire behaviour in “Brandschacht” tests as. specified in DIN 54837.