Chemically resistant polyethylene tubing for a variety of applications including chlorine, hydrochloric acid, caustic soda etc. 1/4", 3/8" and 1/2" Outside Diameter sizes available in Low Density (LDPE), Linear Low Density (LLDPE) and High Density (HDPE) types.
PTFE (Teflon) tubing is the most chemically resistant tubing available. It is chemically inert, has low permeability and has the widest temperature range of any tubing, making it ideal for use with food processing or with harsh chemicals.
The one disadvantage of this tubing is that it has low abrasion resistance.
It is translucent white and comes in 1/4", 3/8" and 1/2" (outside diameter) sizes in lengths of 25', 50', 100' and 500' (for the 3/8" and 1/2" sizes). The tubing wall thickness is 0.062".
Kynar (PVDF) tubing, .062" wall. Available in 50' or 100' lengths and with 3/8" OD or 1/2" OD. Kynar tubing has high chemical resistance and is used in the most demanding applications where other tubing will fail.
Whereas polyethylene tubing is more economical and should be used when compatible with the product being pumped simply for its cost savings.
Vinyl tubing with .062" thick wall. This tubing is flexible and is an economical solution for many pump applications including Stenner's peristaltic pumps.
Jaco Male Connector