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9/12/2006

High Temp Masking Caps

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Designed to mask fittings during high temperature finishing processes such as powder coating, e-coating, plating, and more.

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Designed to mask fittings during high temperature finishing processes such as powder coating, e-coating, plating, and more. The HJS series is part of the Flex500PLUS line of products designed to withstand temperatures up to and beyond 500° F.

The caps were designed to be ergonomically friendly with a soft, flexible feel and a pull-tab with special finger grips. The flexibility of the material makes installation of the cap quick and easy. The series maintains its flexibility after masking processes ensuring the pull-tab will tear-off easily, which gives you the option of removing it after processing, or leaving the cap on as shipping protection and allowing the end-user to remove it, a these parts will not bake onto the fitting.

 

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