- Non-toxic, inert food processing tubing
- PVC for strength, light weight, and resistance to corrosion
- Smooth, dense bore for resistance to sediment buildup or bacteria collection
- Operating temperature range of -40 to +212 degree F
- Conforms to FDA, USDA and 3-A milk handling standards
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Non-toxic, inert food processing tubing
|Price:||$19.47 - $298.48|
|Material Type||PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride)|
|System of Measurement||Inch|
|Specification Met||USDA , 3A|
|Manufacturer Series Number||610855|
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This Dynalon 610855-Series food grade tubing is inert and non-toxic and is suitable for food processing. It is made of PVC (polyvinyl chloride) for strength, light weight, and resistance to corrosion, and it has a Shore A Hardness rating of 68 for resistance to abrasion or puncture. It has a smooth, dense bore for resistance to sediment buildup or the collection of bacteria. It has an operating temperature range of -40 to +212 degree F and may be steam sterilized. This food grade tubing conforms to Food and Drug Administration (FDA), United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and 3-A SSI milk handling standards and is suitable for use in most food and beverage processing applications.
Plastic tubing is used to transfer liquids, air, or solids, and it is characterized by a round, rectangular, or square shape and a hollow center. Plastic tubing is crimp-resistant and varies in bend radius (flexibility), chemical resistance, wall thickness, durometer hardness, and temperature and pressure handling abilities. The clarity of plastic tubing may be transparent (clear), translucent (semi-clear), or opaque (solid), and the tubing's coloring may indicate suitable applications. Barbed fittings are used to connect tubing or redirect flow in a fluid handling system. Plastic tubing is used in a wide variety of industries, such as agriculture, automotive, laboratory, and medicine. Applications for plastic tubing include blood and fluid handling, peristaltic pumps, electrical and thermal insulation, analytical systems, and food and beverage handling, among others.
Dynalon Corporation manufactures and distributes plastic labware and supplies under brands such as Cowie, Kartell, and Sterilin. Dynalon, founded in 1957, is headquartered in Rochester, NY.