Teflon heat shrink tubing can be applied before assembly processes to wires and cables. You may want to do this when assembly processes would prevent applying the tubing later. Another reason to do this is when the wire or cable will be installed later in a high heat area where it could be difficult to work with or attach. Just remember to leave the ends of the cable or wire uncoated, so it can be easily attached.
Teflon Heat Shrink Tubing Provides Several Benefits When Used as a Protective Coating
There are several benefits to using Teflon heat shrink tubing. This type of tubing can be applied to medical wires in order to increase chemical resistance and lubricity. This tubing is also resistant to high temperatures while protecting the wire or cable it surrounds. It will even work as a good electrical insulating material.