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3M™ Scotchcast™ Electrical Insulating Resin 4N-A, Black, 3.1 oz, 10/Case

3M ID 7100127062
  • 80 Shore D hardness
  • Has 16-minute gel time at 73 °F (23 °C)
  • Useful for splicing solid dielectric and oil-filled cables up to 8 kV
  • Withstands a temperature range of 32 to 266 °F (0 to 130 °C)
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Specifications
Brand
Scotchcast™
Cure Method
Room
Flexibility
Rigid
Form
Liquid
Gel Time
16 min @ 73 °F (23 °C)
Hardness
80 Shore D
Manufacturing Origin
USA
Material
Epoxy
Maximum Operating Temperature
130 Degree Celsius
National Stock Number
5970005377401
Tensile Strength (Imperial)
4900 Pound-Force Per Square Inch
Units per Case
10
Details
  • 80 Shore D hardness
  • Has 16-minute gel time at 73 °F (23 °C)
  • Useful for splicing solid dielectric and oil-filled cables up to 8 kV
  • Withstands a temperature range of 32 to 266 °F (0 to 130 °C)
  • Elongates 4% longer than its original size for easy insulation or wrapping
  • Elongates 4% longer than its original size for easy insulation or wrapping
  • Withstands a voltage rating of 8 kV or less (for splicing solid dielectric and oil-filled cables)

The 3M™ Scotchcast™ Electrical Insulating Resin 4N, with nozzle and guard bag, is a 2 part, insulating and encapsulating, epoxy based, liquid resin that generates its own heat to cure. Compatible with solid/synthetic cable insulations and jackets, this resin makes an excellent insulator and sealer for cable splicing.

The 3M™ Scotchcast™ Electrical Resin 4N A is a multi purpose moisture sealing resin that remains stable, even at elevated temperatures. The resin bonds to itself and to nearly all modern cable jackets. It allows you to splice solid dielectric and oil filled cables up to 8 kV and to jacket high voltage splices. This resin is used in 82 H, 82 B1, 85 14CP and 90 B1 Series splice kits. ASTM Approved and RoHS 2011/65/EU Compliant‎.

Suggested Applications

  • Replace or repair the jacket on both single and multi-core power cables
  • Insulate between conductors of multi-core splices operating up to 8kV
  • Seal the crotch or sheath when terminating multi-core cables