Yes, its possible to remove it. I usually warm it up a bit just to make it
a bit more flexible, then slit it lengthwise with a razor knife and peel it
off. It may leave a little residue, but its more of a dry coating than
David Robbins K1TTT
AR-Cluster node: 145.69MHz or telnet://dxc.k1ttt.net
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:towertalk-
> email@example.com] On Behalf Of John Ammeter
> Sent: Monday, October 29, 2007 15:40
> To: TowerTalk@contesting.com
> Subject: [TowerTalk] FLooded shrink tubing?? Can you remove it??
> I saw that Roger, K8RI, used heat shrink tubing with "sticky goo" inside
> for his coax connections. I've got a supply of that from my days at the
> local utility. We used it for PERMANENT underground splices.
> Has anyone (Roger??) had experience removing that heat shrink from a
> connection? I'm about to put up a tower with three antennas on it and
> was planning on using "coax-seal" but that heat shrink would be better
> but I've never had to remove it before.
> John KE7JGB
> TowerTalk mailing list
TowerTalk mailing list