Polypropylene

Polypropylene is the lightest of all thermoplastics available today, and like polyethylene, it will float. Other product features are excellent dimensional stability and electrical properties, good surface hardness and chemical resistance, and easy coloration. It may be sterilized at temperatures above 212°F.

The combination of polypropylene’s properties makes it desirable for a broad mix of applications. In many areas where fluoropolymer tubing is typically used, polypropylene tubing can be employed as a relatively low-cost alternative. The high-crystalline composition also makes it good for use in structural systems. Polypropylene (PP) tubing is weldable and, when welded, can be used in non-fluid transfer applications.

Product NumberID OD Wall Working PSI (at 70°F) Colors Price Per Roll
16-4480070.125 (1/8) .250 (1/4) .062 (1/16) 250 White 
16-4480147.170 .250 (1/4) .040 149 White 
16-4480224.187 (3/16) .313 (5/16) .062 (1/16) 196 White 
16-4480301.250 (1/4) .375 (3/8) .062 (1/16) 157 White 
16-4480378.375 (3/8) .500 (1/2) .062 (1/16) 112 White 
16-4480455.500 (1/2) .625 (5/8) .062 (1/16) 87 White 
16-4480609.625 (5/8) .750 (3/4) .062 (1/16) 71 White 
16-4480651.750 (3/4) 1.000 .125 (1/8) 109 White 
16-44808401.000 1.250 (1-1/4) .125 (1/8) 87 White 
Physical Properties 
Tensile Strength (psi)4900
Elongation at Break (%)13
Max. Operating Temp. (°F)125

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