Vinyl Tubing

Vinyl tubing is widely used for:

  • General-purpose chemical transfer and other applications not subject to regulatory requirements
  • Suitable for use with foods and beverages
  • Handles broad range of chemicals, gases, and liquids

Performance characteristics:

  • Clear and flexible
  • Complies with FDA CFR 21 for food packaging
  • Resists aging
  • Resistant to a broad range of chemicals
  • Excellent wearability
  • Smooth inner wall; excellent flow characteristics
  • Easy to connect
  • Lightweight, tough, and abrasion resistant




Vinyl Tubing

Flexible, general purpose, clear, lightweight, tough, and abrasion resistant tubing for many applications

Vinyl (PVC) tubing is a very popular flexible and economical product. It offers outstanding clarity and is used in a wide range of applications. It complies with FDA CFR 21 for food packaging.

FLEX™ GP70 (clear)– flexible, general purpose, clear tubing for a wide range of applications. It is lightweight, tough, and abrasion resistant. FLEX™ GP70 complies with FDA CFR 21 for food packaging and is available in a variety of sizes and operating pressures.

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STANDARD SIZES
TUBING Outside Diameter:
0.125 in – 3.500 in
Inside Diameter:
0.063 in – 3 in
  Wall:
0.031 in - 0.250 in
  Length:
10 ft, 50 ft, 100 ft
OPTIONS AVAILABLE
Operating
Pressure
18 – 80 psig

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

TYPICAL PROPERTIES OF VINYL TUBING
  ASTM TEST FLEX™ GP70
Hardness; Shore A (+/-5) D2240 70
Operating temperature range   -10° to 175°F
-23° to 82°C
Maximum working pressure
(1/4" ID x 1/16" Wall)
  73°F    120°F
46 psi   23 psi
Color   Crystal clear
Odor   Slight
Taste   None
Specific gravity; g/cm3 D792 1.21
Tensile strength; psi D638 2,400
Ultimate elongation; % D638 350
Flame resistance D568 Self-extinguishing
Minimum bend radius   5 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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