Solder Sleeves

Primarily designed for the Military and Aerospace markets, Solder Sleeves (also known as solder devices) are a one-piece soldering and insulating device for terminating electrical joints in cable and wire harness assemblies. Solder sleeves are largely used to attach a ground wire (lead) to the shielding braid of a shielded cable and are also used to splice two or more conductors together in a parallel configuration.

Each part consists of a heatshrink sleeve containing a precisely engineered preform of fluxed solder and sealing inserts so that, when heated, a controlled and exacting termination is assured. Applying heat to the outer sleeve causes it to shrink around the newly formed joint and the thermoplastic sealing inserts melt (if applicable) to encapsulate the entire termination.

In one single operation, the solder flows, and is controlled so that the result is a perfectly soldered, insulated, strain relieved, and environmentally protected termination.

Related Specifications

  • NAS 1744, 1745, 1746
  • SAE-AS83519/1 & /2
  • SAE AS81824/1- . . .
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