"Tubing and Identification Products"                                                

Tubing Products

Dunbar Heat Shrinkable Tubing Cross Reference for:  TE/Raychem, Sumitomo, 3M, Canusa, Insul-Tab and Alpha.


* (On most orders placed by 11 am PST, 12 pm MST, 1 pm CST and 2 pm EST)






Our Mission          

To be the vendor of choice for Heat Shrinkable Tubing products - Polyolefins (Thin, Medium & Heavy wall), Adhesive-lined,
Automotive grade, Kynar, PVdF, Neoprene, Diesel Resistant, CATV tubing Fluoroplastic and now Fluoroelastomer tubing
the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Our goal is to provide our customers with the highest level of value for all of
their heat shrinkable tubing needs.

Try us out and we will become your vendor of choice!

Company Profile

Dunbar is the exclusive North American importer of LS Cable's product lines of Heat Shrinkable tubing. LS is a multi-national corporation who
manufactures heat shrinkable and non-shrinkable tubing and more.  View our "Quick Selection Chart" product summary!

From our centralized distribution center in Dallas, Texas, we offer same day shipments on all in-stock products.  The Dunbar
team is committed to providing great customer service and top quality products - shipped correctly and on-time.

Dunbar was founded in 1986 and is privately held. 

Isn't it time you tried heat shrinkable tubing from Dunbar?

Imagine the possibilities...   Insulate, Identify, Seal, Protect and Beautify!

Contact Information      

Telephone:             469.568.0800
Fax:                        469.568.0808
Billing Address:
                    Dunbar Products, LLC.
                    P.O. Box 112218
                              Carrollton, TX  75011-2218                                                                                      
Physical Address:
                    Dunbar Products, LLC.
                    1302 Champion Circle
                              Carrollton, TX  75006-6803
Electronic mail
Information:   sales@hstubing.com
Webmaster:  stephen@hstubing.com


Last Updated: 11/18/2014