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PTFE Tubing
PTFE tubing (Polytetrafluoroethylene tubing) is manufactured from a fluoropolymer that exhibits attributes not found in other plastic materials and has the lowest coefficient of friction of any plastic, allowing for unrestricted flow without deposit build-up. It also has a working temperature of 500° F/260° C.

PTFE tubing is used extensively in high pressure hose applications requiring a long flex and impulse life. On aircraft, it is used as a conduit for wiring systems and in semi-conductor applications, for the transporting of D.I. water and acids. These are just a few of its many uses. 

PTFE tubing is available:

  • As a single lumen tube
  • With stripes or laser markings
  • Natural or in colors
  • In custom sizes, up to 4" ID (102mm)
  • In a conductive form for static dissipation or conductance
  • As a standard in stock item in .030 wall and .062 wall
  • As a heat shrinkable tubing
  • With USP Class VI certification

Key Benefits:
  • Exceptional heat resistance
  • Excellent chemical and corrosion resistance
  • Self extinguishing
  • Moisture retention is less than 0.01%
  • Indefinite shelf life
  • Excellent dielectric strength

For more information on size and selection, please contact us

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