PVC Clear Tubing
A lightweight, non-toxic PVC clear tubing suitable for a wide variety of food and beverage applications.
Crystal clear PVC compound, formulated with ingredients in compliance with applicable FDA(03) requirements, meets USDA(17), 3A(01), NSF(13), UL(16), RoHS(15) and USP(18) Class VI criteria.
3A- The PVC compound complies with the criteria in 3-A Sanitary Standards for Multiple-Use Plastic Materials, number 20.
FDA – The PVC ingredients used are sanctioned for food contact use under CFR title 21, parts 170-199.
NSF – This tubing/hose is certified under NSF/ANSI standard 51: Food Equipment Materials.
RoHS – The product complies with the requirements of the EU directive 2002/95/EC which is on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.
UL – The clear PVC plastic material is certified for Flame Class HB under the Plastics – Components category by UL with a minimum thickness of 0.8 mm.
USDA – The PVC hose has been found chemically acceptable for use in slaughtering, processing, transporting, or storage areas in direct contact with meat or poultry food product prepared under Federal Inspection.
USP – The PVC compound has been tested and meets the requirements of the USP guidelines, for Class VI Plastics.
- Tubing for laboratories
- Water distillation lines
- Deionized water systems
- Air conditioning drainage
- Refrigeration drainage
- Air lines
- Bottling plants
- Beverage dispensing units
- Ice making machines
- Printing press equipment
- High efficiency furnace drainage
- Transfer of weak chemicals and acids
- Pneumatic Lines
- Laboratory Tubing
- High gloss crystal clear appearance with glass smooth interior to reduce sediment buildup
- Non-toxic blue tint to enhance clarity
- NSF-51 and NSF-61 certified material
- Compound hardness 73 ±3 Shore “A”
- Light Chemicals
Clear PVC Tubing comes in these sizes:
|1/8” ID to 2” ID (Different wall thicknesses available)||100′ coils standard length.|
|Min Temp||25° F|
|Max Temp||150° F|
|Available Working Pressures||45 PSI Depending on Temperature|