• Chemically inert; low permeability
  • Manufactured from FDA-sanctioned ingredients for use with food contact surfaces
  • Lowest coefficient of friction of any solid material
  • Widest service temperature of any plastic tubing (-275ºF to 500ºF)
  • Excellent electrical and weathering properties; non-flammable
  • Made without plasticizer which can leach into critical streams
  • Ultra-high-purity grades available for the semiconductor industry.
Notes

Almost totally inert, FLUOROPOLYMER tubing can be used with virtually all industrial solvents, chemicals, and corrosive materials, even at elevated temperatures. It does, however, react with fluorine, molten sodium hydroxide, and molten alkali metals.

FLUOROPOLYMER tubing can be steam or chemically sterilized in-line with any industrial cleaner, solvent, or sterilizing method.

FLUOROPOLYMER’s non-stick property allows transport of viscous, sticky materials without line clogging. It also offers outstanding aging resistance.

PTFE’s translucent white color will vary naturally from lot to lot, however the quality and physical properties do not change. FEP and PFA are clearer and can be heat sealed and heat bonded.

Permanent color striping, etching, and longer-than-listed lengths are available through minimum order. Polyethylene-jacketed, thin-wall fluoropolymer tubing, for low-cost purity, is also available through minimum order.

What is it?

PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene)
resin is supplied in powdered form, which is mixed, preformed, and extruded into a paste, and then finally tubing. It is translucent white in color.

FEP (Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene) resin is pelletized for its hot-melt extrusion process and is a clear tubing.

PFA (Perfluoroalkoxy) resin is also a pelletized product which is hot melt extruded. It, too, is clear.
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Item #

Material

I.D.

O.D.

Wall

Working Pressure at 70ºF

Burst Pressure at 70ºF

N/A PTFE N/A 1/32 in N/A 1/16 in N/A 0.015 in N/A N/A
N/A PTFE N/A 1/32 in N/A 3/32 in N/A 0.030 in N/A 389 psi N/A 1962 psi
N/A PTFE N/A 1/16 in N/A 0.125 in N/A 0.030 in N/A 295 psi N/A 1487 psi
N/A PTFE N/A 1/16 in N/A 3/16 in N/A 0.063 in N/A 393 psi N/A 1983 psi
N/A PTFE N/A 3/32 in N/A 5/32 in N/A 0.030 in N/A 238 psi N/A 1197 psi
N/A PTFE N/A 0.125 in N/A 3/16 in N/A 0.030 in N/A 199 psi N/A 1002 psi
N/A PTFE N/A 0.125 in N/A 0.250 in N/A 0.063 in N/A 300 psi N/A 1511 psi
N/A PTFE N/A 3/16 in N/A 0.250 in N/A 0.030 in N/A 150 psi N/A 756 psi
N/A PTFE N/A 3/16 in N/A 5/16 in N/A 0.063 in N/A 242 psi N/A 1220 psi
N/A PTFE N/A 1/4 in N/A 5/16 in N/A 0.030 in N/A 120 psi N/A 606 psi
N/A PTFE N/A 1/4 in N/A 0.375 in N/A 0.063 in N/A 200 psi N/A 1024 psi
N/A PTFE N/A 5/16 in N/A 0.375 in N/A 0.030 in N/A 100 psi N/A 506 psi
N/A PTFE N/A 5/16 in N/A 7/16 in N/A 0.063 in N/A 175 psi N/A 882 psi
N/A PTFE N/A 3/8 in N/A 7/16 in N/A 0.030 in N/A 86 psi N/A 435 psi
N/A PTFE N/A 3/8 in N/A 0.500 in N/A 0.063 in N/A 150 psi N/A 774 psi
N/A PTFE N/A 7/16 in N/A 0.500 in N/A 0.030 in N/A 75 psi N/A 381 psi
N/A PTFE N/A 7/16 in N/A 9/16 in N/A 0.063 in N/A 137 psi N/A 690 psi
N/A PTFE N/A 0.500 in N/A 9/16 in N/A 0.030 in N/A 67 psi N/A 339 psi
N/A PTFE N/A 0.500 in N/A 0.625 in N/A 0.063 in N/A 125 psi N/A 622 psi
N/A PTFE N/A 9/16 in N/A 0.625 in N/A 0.030 in N/A 60 psi N/A 305 psi
N/A PTFE N/A 9/16 in N/A 11/16 in N/A 0.063 in N/A 112 psi N/A 567 psi
N/A PTFE N/A 0.625 in N/A 11/16 in N/A 0.030 in N/A 55 psi N/A 278 psi
N/A PTFE N/A 0.625 in N/A 0.750 in N/A 0.063 in N/A 100 psi N/A 520 psi
N/A PTFE N/A 11/16 in N/A 0.750 in N/A 0.032 in N/A 50 psi N/A 255 psi
N/A PTFE N/A 0.75 in N/A 0.830 in N/A 0.040 in N/A 61 psi N/A 305 psi
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