Brady Worldwide launches its B-345 high temperature PermaSleeve wire marker, a heat-shrink sleeve that excels in high temperature and low-vacuum outgassing applications. The line of heat shrinkable wire markers fit snugly around wires for maximum insulation protection and permanent identification. Fully tested to meet exacting military specifications and electrical standards, Brady’s high temperature sleeves are vigorously lab and field tested to meet the demanding requirements of the aerospace, defense and mass transit industries. The B-345 PermaSleeve markers have an operating temperature of -55 C to 225 C, ensuring legible identification in a wide range of temperatures. Made of an irradiated high temperature PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride), the heat shrink sleeves are tested and approved for SAE AS-81531 and MIL-STD 202G method 215K for Marking of Electrical Insulating Materials. The B-345 markers have been tested per the performance requirements of AMS-DTL-23053/18. They also meet the vacuum outgassing performance of NASA SP-R-0022A for Vacuum Stability Requirements of Polymeric Material for Spacecraft Application and are RoHS Compliant to 2005/618/EC. The wire marker is available in nine diameters from 3/32 through 1.5 inches, with a shrink ratio of 2:1 (the 3/32-inch size is available in a 3:1 shrink ratio) to fit snugly around wires for protection and indelible identification. For more information visit www.bradyid.com/aerospace or call (888) 250-3082.