AT&T Approves Gamma Clear Cold Shrink

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AT&T Approves Gamma Clear Cold Shrink

AT&T has further expanded their use of Gamma Tower & RF Weatherproofing products, adding 2 new models of our clear, silicone cold shrink to a growing list of approved products.  CEQ numbers have been issued for each of these new models, which have been designed to cover 2-10 AWG wires.

Just like our black, silicone cold shrink, these new clear versions are pre-expanded, rubber tubes that do not require heat to shrink.  These models of clear, silicone cold shrink deliver the same incredible results that our customers have come to expect from our popular, black, silicone cold shrink, including incredible shrink ratios and amazing weather resistance.  Gamma cold shrink is easy to install and is ideal for organizations like AT&T who like to use our cold shrink on cell phone towers to weather protect connections on antennas and remote radio units.

Below, you will find the exact models and AT&T issued CEQ numbers.

Newly Approved Cold Shrink Models

AT&T Approved Clear Cold Shrink

Want to read more about our AT&T approved products? Visit our AT&T Buying Guide for more information.

Key Features

  • Protect connectors from weather, moisture, UV, ozone, dust, and fungus.
  • Provides excellent physical protection and moisture sealing for Telecom Connectors and Cables.
  • Corrosion protection for fittings and couplings.
  • Cold Shrink reaches shrink ratios as high as 5:1.
  • Perfect Application for Antenna & Remote Radio Unit Connections.

Visit our Cold Shrink Tubing Page to find out more about our products.

 

 

 

 

More Information

Interested in buying Clear Cold Shrink? You’re at the right place! Our clear cold shrink is available to purchase through our website or in smaller quantities through our authorized distributors and/or resellers. Find out more information on Where to Buy.

If you are interested in purchasing in higher volumes/quantities please don’t hesitate to contact a Gamma sales team member.

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