- Seamless, rigid tubing for applications requiring chemically-inert materials
- Polyimide for resistance to solvents, oils, alcohols, esters, and weak acids
- Self-extinguishing flammability for safety
- Operating temperature range of -452 to +700 degrees F
- Meets USP Class VI standards for biocompatibility
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Translucent Amber Miniature Polyimide Tubing
|Price:||$4.96 - $500.00|
|Brand Name||Small Parts|
|LowerTemperature Range||-452 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Upper Temperature Range||700 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Specification Met||USP Class VI|
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This seamless, rigid miniature tubing is suitable for applications requiring chemically-inert material. It is made of polyimide for resistance to solvents, oils, alcohols, esters, and weak acids. It has self-extinguishing flammability for safety and an operating temperature range of -452 to +700 degrees F. It can be sterilized using steam, gamma, and ethylene oxide (ETO) for repeated use and meets the United States Pharmacopoeia (USP) Class VI standards for biocompatibility with human tissue. This translucent amber tubing is suitable for catheters, push rod tubes, and miniature structural matrices, among other applications
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Top Customer Reviews
The size is suitable for storing a few hairs inside - depending on their origin.
Resistant to high temperatures and most chemicals, it can handle an environment
much more hostile than whatever one might place inside. Do not expect the
0.0005 inch wall to provide much thermal insulation, however.
A measure of care is advisable when working with this tubing. Due to it's
diameter, it's all but invisible.
Guessed on the sizing, but it turned out perfectly.
Amazingly thin. It is flexible enough for the bending that will take place.
Easily worked with.