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BPT heat-shrink sheets made of polyolefin and hot-melt adhesive. They are used to reconstruct the insulation of wire cables, as well as to create traditional joints in both the power and telecommunications industries.
BPT heat-shrink sheets, in addition to the highest quality hot-melt adhesive, have a surface dotted with thermal paint, which becomes uniformly black after reaching the optimum temperature for shrinking. The rail that closes/fastens the panel is made of high-quality, resilient stainless steel. The minimum shrink temperature is only 110°C.