Hanna Rubber Company offers Fluoropolymer Tubing in PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene), FEP (Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene), & PFA (Perfluoroalkoxy) formulations.
Almost totally inert, Fluoropolymer can be used with virtually all industrial solvents, chemicals, and corrosive materials, even at elevated temperatures. It does, however, react with fluorine, molten sodium hydroxide, and molten alkali metals.
Fluoropolymer Tubing can be steam or chemically sterilized in-line with any industrial cleaner, solvent, or sterilizing method.
Fluoropolymer’s non-stick property allows transport of viscous, sticky materials without line clogging. It also offers outstanding aging resistance.
Coiled FEP Tubing
Made of chemically inert clear FEP Manufactured from FDA compliant materials Heat set into a retractable coil; excellent recoil memory
Convoluted PTFE Tubing
Translucent PTFE tubing offers excellent chemical and electrical properties Wire coil provides increased pressure capability and aids in electrical grounding Easily flexed - spiral construction allows far greater...
Corrugated FEP Tubing
Made from FEP fluoropolymer tubing Manufactured from FDA compliant materials Can be extended or compressed without affecting the tube's I.D. Corrugations allow a nearly zero bend radius-...