PTFE Tubing

PTFE tubing is widely used for:

  • Wire harness applications
  • Fuel hoses/fuel tubing lines
  • Pharmaceutical applications
  • Advanced medical devices
  • High temperature industrial equipment
  • Chemical and analytical science applications
  • 3D printing equipment

Performance characteristics:

  • Low coefficient of friction
  • Wide temperature range from 500°F (260°C) to -454°F (–270°C)
  • Chemically resistant (all common solvents, acids and bases)
  • Chemically inert
  • Low extractable
  • Excellent dielectric insulation properties
  • Flame resistant: UL 94 VO
  • Easy to clean

PTFE Tubing

Chemically resistant, low coefficient of friction, with a broad temperature range -454°F to 500°F

PTFE tubing is often the first choice for many advanced applications due to its superior lubricity, temperature and chemical resistance, biocompatibility and precision tolerances. It has an extremely low coefficient of friction and possesses a broad temperature range, allowing it to excel equally in extreme cold and hot environments.

Zeus® PTFE Tubing– is available in a variety of sizes and operating pressures. PTFE tubing is chemically resistant, has a low coefficient of friction, and broad temperature range from 500°F (260°C) to -454°F (–270°C).

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TUBING Outside Diameter:
0.063 in – 0.750 in
Inside Diameter:
0.031 in – 0.688 in
0.016 in – 0.063 in
25 ft, 50 ft, 100 ft
40 – 390 psig

Length and diameter tolerances vary by size, by manufacturer, brand, and grade.

Density (g/cc) D792 2.16 - 2.22
Water absorption (%) D570 0
Standard percent crystallinity (%)   >90
Refractive index   1.35
Radiation resistance (MRad)   1
Oxygen index (%) D2863 >95
Hardness, Shore D D2240 50 - 65
Ultimate tensile strength (MPa) D638 20 - 35
Elongation at break (%) D638 200 - 550
Modulus of elasticity (GPa) D638 0.39 - 0.6
Flexural Modulus (GPa) D790 0.275 - 0.7
Coefficient of friction   0.02 - 0.2
Volume resistivity (Ω-cm) D257 1e14 - 1e19
Dielectric constant 1 MHz D150 2.1
Dielectric strength (V/mil) D149 189 - 610
Conductivity (W/m-K) C117 0.167 - 0.3
Maximum service temperature, air (°C)   260
Minimum service temperature, air (°C)   -200 - -240
Melt temperature (°C)   327 - 342
Glass temperature (°C)   127
Decomposition temperature (°C) E1131 400 - 500
CTE, linear 20° (µm/m-°C) D696 126 - 180

The information presented here is believed to be accurate and is not intended to constitute a specification. Property characteristics are dramatically impacted by geometry and processing method; therefore the properties of extruded parts may vary. This table is only meant to serve as a general guideline; users should evaluate the material to determine the suitability for their own particular application.

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