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Zipper-Mesh (ALHTG-65)

Drawing No. ZT11-07-008

A Custom Engineered Solution Proven to be one of the Most Protective Thermal-and EMI-shielded Jackets Available

The perfect protection on critical components in a demanding environment sites is Zippertubing’s Zipper-Mesh™ (ALHTG-65). Zipper-Mesh™ (ALHTG-65) is one of the most protective thermal-and EMI-shielded jackets that is currently available. This product is a prime example of an all-inclusive, composite, protective jacketing system. It combines one of our highest-performing thermal barrier materials, ALHTG-65, with our most rugged and flexible EMI-shielding mesh, SHX4.

If heat is a concern, then you’ll love to see the temperature ratings of our ALHTG-65 thermal-protective material. The material is high-temperature glass, fiber-jacketing that has an operating temperature of 1,022°F, and will withstand short-term exposures as high as 1,380°F.

These two materials are sewn together using a Kevlar-covered, stainless-steel thread and is closed using a high-temperature zipper that creates a robust covering that is easy to access whenever necessary. This particular jacket can be custom engineered to fit around electrical connectors measuring virtually any diameter. The jacketing also features two sets of 15 AWG braided grounding straps with affixed wire terminals to ensure a reliable, low-impedance connection from end to end.

This flexible, thermal-protective, EMI-shielded, all-in-one jacket will satisfy most heat and EMI issues. Need a custom solution for your particular EMI or thermal issue? Call The Zippertubing Company today, we have a team of engineers ready to solve just about any problem you may have.

Product Specifications

RoHS Compliant
Minimum Operating Temperature -32 ° F (-36 ° C )
Maximum Operating Temperature 399 ° F (204 ° C )

Available Attributes
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Shape of Installation Round
Choose Your Cable Diameter 2.5" 3.25"
Unit Length 102" roll 38" roll 48" roll 51" roll 58" roll 72" roll
Exterior Material ALHTG-65
Shielding SHX-4 (SnCuFe)
Ground 15 AWG Braided Ground Straps
Zipper Style 5mm Hi-Temp Brass Toothed Zipper

Material Specifications


Temperature Range 0° to 650°C (-32° to 1,202°F)
RoHS Compliant
Material Thickness 0.065"
Tensile Strength 10.16/in. (warp) / 8.64/cm (fill)
Flame Retardant FED-STD-191 Method 5903
Shelf-Life 60 months
Tear Strength 627 lbs/in. (warp) / 571 lbs.in (fill)

SHX-4 (SnCuFe)

Tensile Strength 110,000 psi
Material Thickness 0.030"
Shielding Effectiveness Good
Abrasion Resistance Good
RoHS Compliant
Ratings ASTM B-452, Grade 40HS; ASTM B-520, Class T40HS
Surface Resistivity 1.159 MIN, 1.225 MAX @68 F (ohm/ft)
Shelf-Life 60 months
Temperature Range -55° to 204°C (-67° to 399.2°F)

15 AWG Braided Ground Straps

Construction 24 Carrier / 120 Ends
Current Capacity 25 AMPS
Gage 15 AWG
Flat Thickness 0.020"
Flat Width 0.188" +/- 10%
Flat Thickness Variance +/- 0.002"
CMA (nom.) 3,000

Toothed Zipper (Hi Temp Brass)

Configuration Fixed (w/ Pin & Box & Stops)
Tape Hi-Temp. Aramid or Nomex@reg, 9/16" or 3/4" wide
Break Strength 50-90 lbs. l/in (varies with size)
Slider Single, Brass, Locking
Tooth Metallic Brass tooth
Tooth Size 5mm
Stops Metal
Color Brass with black tape (black oxide teeth optional) w/ 5mm tooth only.
Temperature Range Up to 500°F Continuous
Shielding Effectiveness

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 suitabilituriy 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. © 2018 The Zippertubing® Company, Chandler, Arizona.