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LLDPE Polyethylene Tubing

O.D. (Outside Diameter)  I.D. (Inside Diameter)   
.125 or 1/8 .063 or 1/16 View Details
.156 or 5/32 .106 View Details
.250 or 1/4 .170 View Details
.313 or 5/16 .187 or 3/16 View Details
.375 or 3/8 .250 or 1/4 View Details
.500 or 1/2 .375 or 3/8 View Details
.625 or 5/8 .500 or 1/2 View Details
4 mm 2.7 mm View Details
6 mm 4 mm View Details
8 mm 6 mm View Details
10 mm 8 mm View Details
12 mm 9 mm View Details
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PE-2000® Linear Low Density Polyethylene (LLDPE)  tubing’s greatest advantage over low density polyethylene tubing is its superior environmental stress crack  resistance (ESCR), withstanding 500 hours exposure to IGEPAL solution per ASTM  D-1693 ESCR tests. Environmental stresses that can shorten the service life of poly tubing include: chemical exposure, aging,  ultraviolet light, connection to barb-type fittings, or high vibration  connections with compression fittings.

All colors except red comply with FDA regulation 21 CFR 177.1520 (c) 3.2(a)  for food contact applications.   

LLDPE  Polyethylene Tubing Features:

     
  • Greater tensile strength.
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  • Higher burst pressure.
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  • Superior stress and crack resistance.
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  • Puncture resistance.
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  • Impermeable to gasses and moisture.