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Prolite® Polypropylene Tubing

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  • Made of NSF-61 listed, virgin Polypropylene copolymer conforming to FDA requirements for food contact surfaces
  • Extremely lightweight, thermoformable, and weldable
  • Very low moisture absorption
  • High dielectric strength
  • Meets UL94 HB burn rating
  • Excellent chemical resistance
  • Naturally white in color.
Notes

PROLITE is a high-crystalline, polypropylene copolymer tubing. The compound used in its manufacture is NSF-61 listed and meets FDA requirements for food contact surfaces. It also meets the UL 94 HB burn rating.

PROLITE is frequently used in food processing and other industries for clean applications. It is a naturally white, semi-rigid product offering limited ability to bend. Since it is weldable, PROLITE may be joined directly, although it is typically joined by means of a push-to-connect fitting such as Newloc®.

Polypropylene is the lightest of all thermoplastic materials. It offers high strength-to-weight ratio, low surface friction, and excellent resistance to corrosion.

Based on its physical properties, PROLITE may be applied as a reasonably-priced alternative to fluoropolymer tubing in many applications.




   
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Standard Coil Length

Working Pressure at 70ºF

Burst Pressure at 70ºF

448 0070 0.125 in 0.250 in 1/16 in 100 ft 272 psi 816 psi
448 0147 0.170 in 0.250 in 0.040 in 100 ft 149 psi 447 psi
448 0224 3/16 in 5/16 in 1/16 in 100 ft 196 psi 588 psi
448 0301 1/4 in 0.375 in 1/16 in 100 ft 157 psi 471 psi
448 0378 3/8 in 0.500 in 1/16 in 100 ft 112 psi 336 psi
448 0455 0.500 in 0.625 in 1/16 in 100 ft 87 psi 261 psi
448 0609 0.625 in 0.750 in 1/16 in 100 ft 71 psi 213 psi
448 0651 0.75 in 1.00 in 0.125 in 50 ft 109 psi 327 psi
448 0840 1.000 in 1.250 in 0.125 in 50 ft 87 psi 261 psi
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