Silicone tubing

Silicone tubing has long been used for medical tubing, as it meets the medical industry’s requirements for cleanliness and non-toxicity. Another of silicone’s major features — resistance to extreme temperature variations — has enabled its use in applications where a flexible tubing is needed to handle temperatures not possible with other plastics or rubbers.

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Latex Tubing

Latex rubber tubing has been used extensively in the health care industry for many years, known for its extreme flexibility, latex is among the most flexible and elastic rubber materials in use today, allowing it to maintain memory after repeated bending and stretching.

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Teflon Tubing

PTFE teflon tubing is commonly referred to as Teflon tubing. Teflon refers to three fluoropolymer plastic resins: PTFE, FEP, and PFA. These three plastics share common properties such as lubricity, chemical resistance, high temperature resistance and more. There are slight mechanical differences that make each tube uniquely suited for different applications.

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