Acrylic fiberglass sleeving

Acrylic Fiberglass Sleeving

  • Wellele’s Acrylic Fiberglass Sleeving is a type of insulation sleeve often used in electrical applications. It’s composed of a tightly braided fiberglass yarn coated with a dielectric acrylic resin, which increases its durability and heat resistance. These acrylic sleeves are flexible, resistant to chemicals, and can endure high temperatures, making them suitable for a wide range of applications including electrical wiring and cable protection.
  • Color: Red, white, black,etc

    Inside diameter: 1-35mm


.Wellele Acrylic Fiberglass Sleeving Key :

.High dielectric sleeving coated with acrylic resin.
Features excellent flexibility and mechanical abrasion resistance.
.Rated class 155ºC electrically and compatible with various insulating varnishes.

.Approved component in most UL insulation systems.

.Clear acrylic resin provides increased mechanical strength and improved thermal stability.

.Approved by UL, ROHS, and REACH tests.
.Manufactured by a company with over 20 years of experience in producing electrical insulation materials.

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Acrylic Fiberglass Sleeving VS Fiberglass sleeve

Acrylic sleeves are made of acrylic, a type of polymer, while fiberglass sleeves are composed of fiberglass (glass fibers in a resin matrix).
Flexibility: Acrylic sleeves are more flexible than fiberglass sleeves, making them suitable for applications where bending is necessary.

Both materials have good thermal insulation properties, but the specific values can vary depending on the exact composition and manufacturing process.

Fiberglass sleeves generally have better chemical resistance, making them ideal for applications involving harsh chemicals or high temperatures.

Acrylic sleeves are suitable for low voltage applications, while fiberglass sleeves are used in high voltage applications because of their excellent electrical properties, such as good dielectric strength.

Depending on the specific application, acrylic sleeves may be more cost-effective than fiberglass sleeves due to their lower manufacturing cost.

Fiberglass sleeves can be customized by adding coatings, such as vinyl or modified acrylic, to improve their chemical resistance, flexibility, and electrical properties for specific applications.

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