Vinyl Hose

Vinyl hose is widely used for:

  • Transfer lines
  • Higher pressure applications—lab, food and beverage
  • Pneumatic circuitry
  • Cell culture
  • Use with insert/barbed fittings

Performance characteristics:

  • Complies with NSF-51
  • Complies with FDA CFR 21 for food packaging
  • Embedded braid prevents material entrapment, ensures easy cleaning
  • Easy to bend into place
  • Flexible; permits tight clamping for leakproof connections
  • Maximum working pressure clearly printed on tubing
  • Clear tubing allows full visual flow monitoring

Common Brands

  • BraidFLEX™




Vinyl Hose

For high pressure applications, easy to bend and permits tight clamping

Braided vinyl (PVC) hose is perfect for higher pressure applications such as lab and food and beverage. This hose is easy to bend into place and due to its flexibility permits tight clamping for leakproof connections. It complies with NSF-51 and FDA CFR 21 for food packaging.

BraidFLEX™ 70N (clear)– is a braided vinyl hose perfect for high pressure applications. It is easy to bend into place and permits tight clamping for leakproof connections. NSF-51 and FDA CFR 21 compliant.

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STANDARD SIZES
HOSE Outside Diameter:
0.375 in – 2.500 in
Inside Diameter:
0.188 in – 2 in
  Wall:
0.094 in – 0.250 in
  Length:
50 ft, 100 ft, 250 ft
OPTIONS AVAILABLE
Operating
Pressure
70 – 276 psig

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

TYPICAL PROPERTIES OF VINYL HOSE
  ASTM TEST BRAIDFLEX™ 70N
Hardness; Shore A (+/-5) D2240 70
Operating temperature range   -5° to 180°F
-21° to 82°C
Maximum working pressure
(1/2"ID x 1/8" Wall)
  73°F     120°F
230 psi   115 psi
Color   Clear
Odor   Slight
Taste   None
Specific gravity; g/cm3 D792 1.2
Tensile strength; psi D638 2,000
Ultimate elongation; % D638 350
Flame resistance D568 Self-extinguishing
Minimum bend radius   6 X O.D.

Values shown are typical and should not be used as a certification. All materials should be tested for suitability in their intended use.


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