Rubberworx™ tubing is designed to meet the needs for a wide variety of applications for a wide wet and media transfer. 3A and FDA PVC construction of tubing that will meet your requirements for weight, durability, or flexibility.
Yes, you can use certain types of Rubberworx™ tubing such as PVC and polyurethane options for vacuum applications. These types of tubing have been tested extensively at various vacuum levels and have shown exceptional performance even when subjected to high pressures. However, always confirm compatibility with your particular application before purchasing any type of tubing.
Rubberworx™ tubing is designed to withstand high temperatures, with some options capable of handling up to 212°F. The exact maximum working temperature will depend on the specific type of tubing selected as well as the application. It is important to note that exposure to extreme temperatures can affect the lifespan and performance of tubing, so it's essential to select the appropriate tubing for your intended use.
Rubberworx™ Tubing comes in various sizes ranging from 1/8 inch inner diameter (ID) up to 4 inches ID. The specific dimensions available will depend on the type of tubing selected and its intended use. It’s crucial to measure your application requirements accurately before selecting a size to ensure optimal performance.
Yes, Rubberwork® tubing is engineered with superior resistance against most known chemicals present in industrial environments such as acids, solvents, alkali solutions and many more. Before selecting however be sure that you check chemical compatibility chart since not all versions are immune to certain substances.
Rubberworx™ Tubing is manufactured using materials that meet FDA requirements for food-grade applications, making it ideal for handling liquids and gases used in food processing industries. Its three-ply construction PVC material ensures that it retains its integrity even when exposed to chemicals or harsh sanitizing agents commonly used in food production facilities.