Heat-shrink Collar for TT PE Standard and Universal

1- Check the chamfer at the spigot end, and mark the
heat-shrink collar, dividing it into three thirds.

2- Slide the collar behind the socket.

3- Socket the pipe and inspect the joint. Use a cloth
to clean the area to be protected. Use abrasive paper to key
an area of the polyethylene equivalent to the width of the
collar, on spigot and socket.

4- Use a gas burner to warm the keyed polyethylene
area. Warm the area but do not allow the temperature to
exceed 60°C.

5- Remove the protective sheet inside the collar.
Center the collar on the joint to be protected, with one
third over the socket.

6- Using a gas burner (set to low heat), heat-shrink
the collar by sweeping the flame across its entire surface
several times, starting at the large-diameter end of the
socket.

7- The procedure is complete when adhesive can be
seen overlapping slightly on each side of the
sleeve.

Heat-shrink Collar for TT PE Standard and Universal

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Working with the TT PE range

1- Check the chamfer at the spigot end, and mark the heat-shrink collar, dividing it into three thirds.

2- Slide the collar behind the socket.

3- Socket the pipe and inspect the joint. Use a cloth to clean the area to be protected. Use abrasive paper to key an area of the polyethylene equivalent to the width of the collar, on spigot and socket.

4- Use a gas burner to warm the keyed polyethylene area. Warm the area but do not allow the temperature to exceed 60°C.

5- Remove the protective sheet inside the collar. Center the collar on the joint to be protected, with one third over the socket.

6- Using a gas burner (set to low heat), heat-shrink the collar by sweeping the flame across its entire surface several times, starting at the large-diameter end of the socket.

7- The procedure is complete when adhesive can be seen overlapping slightly on each side of the sleeve.