High-Temp Nylon Snaps

Snap buttons made of high-temp nylon.

Material Specification: 5405

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Raw materials are not available for standalone purchase; instead, they are intended to be integrated into a tailor-made, custom-engineered solution.

Overview

  • Lightweight, non-conductive, non-corrosive and flame retardant
  • Snap button closure allows for quick installation and easy re-entry
  • Can handle low and high temperatures

The high-temp nylon snap buttons are made of flame retardant, UL-rated nylon, meeting UL94 and NFPA 2112 requirements. Installation of snap buttons only requires thumb pressure; no additional tools are needed. Utilizing the high-temp snap buttons could allow for the Zippertubing® product to be cut to length between the spaces of the snaps. The high-temp nylon snaps are an ideal closure system or attachment point for custom covers and wraps. The operational temperature range is -4°F to 365°F (-20°C to 185°C). Snap button color options are currently offered in either black or white.

Specifications

  • Closure: Snap
  • Flame Retardant: UL94 V-0
  • Color: White
  • Material: Nylon
  • Maximum Operating Temperature: 365°F
  • Minimum Operating Temperature: -4°F
  • Specifications subject to change without notice. All statements and technical information contained herein are based on tests we believe to be reliable, but the accuracy or completeness is not guaranteed under all circumstances. Before using Zippertubing® products, the user shall determine suitability for the intended use, and user assumes all responsibility for improper selection. Published attenuation values of Zippertubing® shielding have been verified by laboratory testing of the respective shielding materials. Actual installed attenuation values may differ due to installation techniques and final assembly operation parameters which are beyond the control of Zippertubing®. Actual attenuation values can only be determined by the end user testing the completed assembly. U.S. and International Patents and patents pending. © The Zippertubing® Company, Chandler, Arizona.
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    High-Temp Nylon Snaps

    Snap buttons made of high-temp nylon.

    Material Sprcification: 5405

    • Lightweight, non-conductive, non-corrosive and flame retardant
    • Snap button closure allows for quick installation and easy re-entry
    • Can handle low and high temperatures
    WARNING: Raw materials are not sold separately, please contact the sales department for any special requirements.

    SPECIFICATIONS

  • Closure: Snap
  • Flame Retardant: UL94 V-0
  • Color: White
  • Material: Nylon
  • Maximum Operating Temperature: 365°F
  • Minimum Operating Temperature: -4°F
  • DESCRIPTION

    The high-temp nylon snap buttons are made of flame retardant, UL-rated nylon, meeting UL94 and NFPA 2112 requirements. Installation of snap buttons only requires thumb pressure; no additional tools are needed. Utilizing the high-temp snap buttons could allow for the Zippertubing® product to be cut to length between the spaces of the snaps. The high-temp nylon snaps are an ideal closure system or attachment point for custom covers and wraps. The operational temperature range is -4°F to 365°F (-20°C to 185°C). Snap button color options are currently offered in either black or white.

    Specifications subject to change without notice. All statements and technical information contained herein are based on tests we believe to be reliable, but the accuracy or completeness is not guaranteed under all circumstances. Before using Zippertubing® products, the user shall determine suitability for the intended use, and user assumes all responsibility for improper selection. Published attenuation values of Zippertubing® shielding have been verified by laboratory testing of the respective shielding materials. Actual installed attenuation values may differ due to installation techniques and final assembly operation parameters which are beyond the control of Zippertubing®. Actual attenuation values can only be determined by the end user testing the completed assembly. U.S. and International Patents and patents pending. © The Zippertubing® Company, Chandler, Arizona.

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