TPR Tubing resists tearing and fatigue.

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Suprene® TPR is constructed from polypropylene-based thermoplastic rubber and provides low-temperature flexibility. It is available in both industrial and FDA grades. Sizes available are from 1/8-¾ in. ID in 50 ft lengths and can be used with temperatures from -60 to 275°F. Tubing suits applications involving appliances, peristaltic pumps, foods and beverages, chemical conveyance, pharmaceutical processing, packaging machinery, and ink and paint transfer.



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TPR Tubing Offers Outstanding Compression & Wear Resistance for Longer Life



Styles for Both FDA and Industrial Uses

Southampton, PA - Now available from NewAge Industries is Suprene® TPR tubing for applications involving appliances, peristaltic pumps, foods and beverages, chemical conveyance, pharmaceutical processing, packaging machinery, ink and paint transfer, and many more.

Suprene tubing is produced under Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) using first-quality, polypropylene-based TPR (thermoplastic rubber). Suprene offers excellent low-temperature flexibility, is lighter in weight than comparable sizes of rubber tubing, and provides good resistance to tearing and fatigue from repeated flexing. It also offers outstanding compression characteristics and durability, making it an ideal fit for use with peristaltic pumps. These combined properties help make Suprene longer lasting than other plastic and rubber materials in demanding applications.

To meet various requirements, Suprene is available in both industrial and FDA grades. The black-colored, industrial grade provides good resistance to U.V., ozone, chemicals, and other fluids. It is offered in 64A durometer and is well suited for outdoor use. Suprene's 80A durometer, FDA material is listed by the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF 51). FDA-grade tubing is also available in a 64A durometer. Both FDA grades are autoclavable and ideal choices for clean uses.

All three types of Suprene® are available in sizes from 1/8" through 3/4" I.D. in 50-foot lengths. Suprene may be used with temperatures ranging from -60°F to 275°F. Custom options include cut-to-length pieces, thermal bonding, and other sizes, colors, and durometers.

For more information on Suprene TPR tubing, contact the Fluid Transfer Specialists(TM) at NewAge® Industries, Inc., 145 James Way, Southampton, PA 18966; phone 800-50-NEWAGE (800-506-3924) or 215-526-2300; fax 800-837-1856 or 215-526-2190; e-mail: info@newageindustries.com; Web site: http://www.newageindustries.com/suprene.asp.

About NewAge Industries
In business since 1954, NewAge Industries is a manufacturer and fabricator of thermoplastic and thermoset tubing and hose, and a private-brand master distributor of fittings and clamps. The company offers one of the broadest product lines of tubing, hose, and fittings in the U.S. and, with its introduction of the AdvantaPure(TM) sanitary product line, is well suited to meet the demands of pharmaceutical and high purity applications. NewAge Industries prides itself on same-day shipment of 98% of orders for its core product lines.

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