- Flexible, non-toxic tubing for manufacturing operations
- Polyurethane for resistance to chemicals, UV, ozone, oil, heat, and electricity
- Shore A Hardness rating for resistance to abrasion and tearing
- Operating temperature range of -90 to +175 degrees F
- Meets FDA and NSF-61 standards
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Clear Polyurethane NSF-61 Tubing
|Price:||$5.88 - $203.72|
|System of Measurement||Inch|
|LowerTemperature Range||-95 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Upper Temperature Range||185 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Specification Met||NSF 61|
|Maximum Temperature||185 Degrees Fahrenheit|
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This flexible, non-toxic tubing is suitable for a wide range of manufacturing operations. It is made of ether-based polyurethane, which is nonconductive and has good chemical and UV radiation resistance. It is also resistant to oil, weather, ozone, heat, and electricity. It has a Shore A Hardness rating of 85 for resistance to abrasion and tearing. It has an operating temperature range of -90 to +175 degrees F. It meets FDA standards for use with wet and fatty food contact surfaces and National Sanitation Foundation NSF-61 standards for use with potable water. This flexible transparent tubing is suitable for use in granular transfer lines, grease lines, insulating sleeves, metering pumps, oxygen and other gas lines, and robotics, among other applications.
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