- Semi-rigid, non-toxic tubing for the transfer of corrosive or ultra-pure liquids
- PEEK for resistance to chemicals, water absorption, high temperatures, and impact
- Tensile strength of 13,300 psi and dielectric strength of 500 V/mil
- Maximum operating temperature of 485 degrees F
- Maximum operating pressure of 5,000 psi
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Tan PEEK Tubing
|Price:||$2.02 - $103.35|
|Brand Name||Small Parts|
|Material Type||Polyetheretherketone (PEEK)|
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This semi-rigid, non-toxic tubing is suitable for the transfer of corrosive or ultra-pure liquids. It is made of PEEK (polyetheretherketone) which resists chemicals and water absorption. It is impact resistant and effective in high temperatures. It has a tensile strength of 13,300 pounds per square inch (psi), a dielectric strength of 500 volts per mil (V/mil), and a Shore D Hardness rating of 85 for resistance to abrasion. It has a maximum operating temperature of 485 degrees F and a maximum working pressure of 5,000 psi. This tan tubing is gamma, ETO, and steam sterilizable for repeated use and is suitable for chemical, pharmaceutical, and semiconductor applications, among others.
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