Press Release Summary:
Extruded TeflonÂ® tubing for handling corrosive fluids and powders is chemically inert, non-flammable, and operates from -450Â°F to +500Â°F. Offered in 0.010 to 1-1/4 in. ID sizes with varying wall thicknesses, tubing can be cut to any length in 1/16 in. increments with Â±0.032 in. accuracy.
Unaffected by acids, alkalis and corrosive media, it is UL listed, and can be extruded from TFE, FEP and PFA Teflon.
Original Press Release:
Teflon(R) Tubing Meets Critical Requirements
A line of extruded Teflon® tubing for handling corrosive fluids and powders in a variety of chemical, industrial, laboratory, and medical applications is available from M.M. Newman Corporation of Marblehead, Massachusetts.
M.M. Newman Teflon® Tubing is chemically inert, non-flammable, and operates from -450°F to +500°F for handling a wide range of media in critical fluid transfer applications. Unaffected by acids, alkalis, and other corrosive media, it is UL listed and can be extruded from TFE, FEP, and PFA Teflon® in standard and custom formulations, and is available clear and in colors.
Offered in standard .010" to 1-1/4" I.D. sizes with varying wall thicknesses, or custom sizes, M.M. Newman Teflon® Tubing can be cut to length in 1/16" increments with ±.032" accuracy or supplied in random length coils. For applications requiring varying degrees of flexibility, kink-resistance, and burst resistance, corrugated and convoluted styles are also available.
M.M. Newman Teflon® Tubing is priced according to material, size, and quantity; with typical one-week delivery. Samples, price quotations, and literature are provided upon request.