|Buy (per ft.)|
|Clear PVC tubing for cable protection. Commonly called "spaghetti". Meets Spec. MIL-I-631D.|
Does exactly what the description says (stops chafing of wires and optical fibers). Holds up well over time.
VINYL TUBING AWG 3/8"
Bought this to supplement my inventory. Appears to be high quality material, durable but thin enough to be flexible. Ideal for protecting wire bundles in an equipment enclosure.
This tubing is a bit thinner-walled and more pliable than I expected. This would be good for many applications, but I wanted something a bit stiffer. Ultimately I was able to make it work by inserting the smaller diameter tubing inside the larger diameter with a dot of Gorilla Glue to make a stiffer tube.
Good price, but stiffer than I expected.
Product was fine. There was a discount for ordering 100 ft so I did but they only had 99 ft and I said that was fine. But they dropped the discount off so I ended up paying 20% more because they were one foot short of the 100 foot roll.
It is a nice light tubing. I used it to run wires through in a wing. It is just a little stiff and tended to crease quite easily.
Way stiff....not the spaghetti tube you know and love if you’ve been at the avionics game for a while. May as well be nylon or polyethylene.
AWG 2 Ga was too small for #2 Battery cable. Useless for its intended/advertised purpose.
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