## About Heat Shrink Size Calculator (Formula)

The Heat Shrink Size Calculator determines the final size of a heat-shrinkable material after it has been subjected to heat. This is based on the original size, and the heat shrink ratio specified in the form of X:Y.

The formula used in the calculator is:

**NS=OS/X/Y**

Where:

- $NS$ represents the heat shrink size after the application of heat.
- $OS$ denotes the original size of the material before heat application.
- $X$ and $Y$ are the components of the heat shrink ratio, where $X$ is the first value, and $Y$ is the second value.

This formula allows for the calculation of the reduced size of the material after it has undergone the heat shrinking process. The calculator is particularly useful in fields where precision in sizing heat shrink materials is essential, such as electronics, electrical engineering, and construction.