Environmental Equipment and Supply offers the tubing that will help you achieve top performance from your fluid transfer system. We offer 50 different pump tubing formulations in a variety of sizes for every application. EES proudly offers PTFE Tubing, Polyethylene Water Tubing, Silicone Tubing, PTFE-Lined Tubing, Peristaltic Pump Head Tubing, Vinyl Water Tubing and other tubing solutions.
Pump Tubing for a Wide Range of Applications
We offer a host of manufactures pump tubing formulations that are ideal for a wide range of applications in a number of markets, including:
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Resistance to high temperatures, chemical reaction and stress cracking are hallmarks of PTFE Tubing. This durability is the reason PTFE tubing is the favored tubing of many environmental professionals.
Benefits of choosing PTFE tubing
The perfect tubing for tubing projects with extreme temperatures and
for Peristaltic Pumps
The most outstanding property of silicone tubing is its resistance to temperature extremes. This, plus its good electrical properties and ability to self-extinguish, makes silicon tubing an excellent choice for appliances and computers. Silicon tubing has a U.L. rating of UL94HB. Peroxide-cured silicon tubing contains no sulfur or other acid-producing chemicals, which eliminates the possibility of staining, corroding, or deteriorating materials it contacts.
Silicon tubing may be low-pressure steam sterilized inline or autoclaved at up to 250°F in a normal autoclaving cycle. However, if exposed to repeated steam sterilization or long-term high temperature or pressure, silicone will eventually relax, become gummy, and should be replaced.
NOTE: Care is recommended in the selection and application of fittings and clamps for silicon tubing. Sharp, barbed fittings or unlined metal clamps could tear into the tubing wall and cause possible failure.
Benefits of choosing Silicon tubing
Low Density Polyethylene Tubing
Polyethylene is produced from 100%, low-density polyethylene resin. PE is a chemically inert, non-contaminating translucent tube that meets FDA standards, making it an ideal choice for laboratory, hospital, food and beverage applications. PE's exceptional stability, long life and resistance to corrosion make it well suited for use with pneumatic controls, instrumentation and hydraulic applications. TPI offers Polyethylene in two formulations — Low Density, and Linear Low Density.
Polyethylene tubing is available in milky white or translucent color with additional colors available by special order (Call 1-800-739-7706)
Polyethylene tubing is available in strippable, twin and multiple-bore configurations which reduce installation time and encourage the production of neat layouts in multiline systems.
Polyethylene tubing is also available as a co-extruded liner material in applications where additional flexibility is required without sacrificing inertness.
Features of Polyethylene tubing
Vinyl tubing is a clear flexible tubing providing an economical means of fluid transfer in a variety of applications. Intermittent exposure to hydrocarbons, such as gasoline, kerosene, diesel fuel, etc. will cause premature hardening and failure of the tubing.
Reinforced vinyl tubing offers the same qualities as clear vinyl tubing in flexibility and corrosion resistance along with the higher pressure rating provided with the inner braid. The media is also still visible between the braids, which are integral to the tubing.
Vinyl tubing is relatively inexpensive on a per-foot cost of tubing. It only has a third of the service life of silicone tubing, 50 hr at 600 rpm and 275 hr at 100 rpm. Vinyl tubing cannot be autoclaved and should not be exposed to temperatures above 80°C.