Conductive Tubing
Conductive I.D. and Fully Conductive
For insulation purposes the high resistivity of plastics is an advantage but, in some cases, it can be a serious disadvantage as it results in high static charge build up; this in turn can result in dust pick-up and/or spark generation. The established way of improving conductivity is by adding a conductive filler such as a high structure, carbon black.

TexLoc offers a wide variety of anti-static and conductive tubing to fit each customerís specific needs in smooth-bore or convoluted form. This tubing may be supplied with a fully conductive liner and a fully conductive tube.

Fully conductive tubes are available in PTFE and PFA. Industrial grade conductivity conforms to MIL-DTL-27267C with a minimum conductance of 10-20 micro amps and 1,000 vdc applied over a 14" length. Upon special request, ISO grade tubing is available that conforms to a maximum of a 1 mega ohm resistance over a one meter length when tested in accordance with ISO 8031.

Some of the many uses for these products include:
  • Anti-static properties to prevent the attraction of dust and other particulate.
  • Statically dissipative to prevent the build-up of static charges for electro-sensitive devices.
  • Statically dissipative or fully conductive for the dissipative elimination of static charges affecting combustible fluid transfer.
  • Increased wear resistance.
  • Increases the resistance to UV light.
Key Benefits:
  • Prevent the build up of static charges
  • Reduce the static electricity on the surface of rollers
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