Food Grade Polyethylene Tubing
Tuesday, 21 August 2012 18:11
Food Grade Polyethylene Tubing

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Description:
Flexible general purpose Linear-Low Density Polyethylene tubing manufactured from premium-grade low taste and odor materials that comply with FDA and NSF-51 regulations.

Applications:
• Vent tubing applications for soft drink fountain machines for retail and commercial dispensing
• Low pressure water lines (cold water only)
• Drain and drip lines
• Low pressure Food product distribution and dispensing
  o Condiments, food powders, liquid toppings
• Industrial applications such as light vacuum, conduit, air and water transfer

Features:
• Light-weight, flexible, kink resistant & non-marking
• Impermeable to most gasses and moisture
• Good low and high temperature properties including high environmental stress crack resistance characteristics.
• Designed for easy coiling, assembling and installation

Construction:
• Extruded from FDA approved (regulation 21 CFR 177.1520) and NSF-51 listed Polyethylene. Material has been carefully selected for its low taste and odor properties, superior flexibility, clarity and high environmental stress cracking resistance.
  o All materials used in the construction of this product are RoHS compliant.

Specifications:
Temperature Range: -10˚F to 150˚F
Standard Sizes: See table below
Rated Working Pressure: See table below (min 3:1 safety factor)
Packaging: 100’ coils boxed or shrink wrapped in plastic and labeled, 300’ or 500’ bulk coils or cardboard spools
*available boxed for redistribution upon request

*Private brand labeling, non-standard lengths, sizes and custom colors available (minimum order quantities may apply)

Item Number Nom. I.D. Nom. O.D. Max W.P. @ 70°F Max W.P. @ 125°F WT. Per Ft. Standard Pkg Qty
TLPE04060N-00 1/4 0.375 125 PSI 50 PSI .026 lbs 500 ft boxed or reels
TLPE06060N-00 3/8 0.500 100 PSI 35 PSI .036 lbs 500 ft boxed or reels
TLPE08060N-00 1/2 0.625 75 PSI 25 PSI .048 lbs 300 ft boxed or reels
Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 August 2012 18:56