Parker Parflex E Series Polyethylene Tubing Available With FDA And NSF Compliance. The Tubing Resistant To Environmental Stress Cracking And Recommended For Temperature Service -80F To + 150F.
|Wall Thickness (inch):||0.062 inch|
|Wall Thickness (mm):||1.6 mm|
|Outer Diameter (inch):||1/2 inch|
|Outer Diameter (mm):||12.7 mm|
|Inner Diameter (inch):||0.375 inch|
|Inner Diameter (mm):||9.5 mm|
|Pressure Range:||< 100 psi (7 bar)|
|Max Pressure:||90 psi (6.2 bar)|
|Minimum Burst Pressure
(psi at 73°F):
|Minimum Bend Radius:||2.5 inch|
|Temperature Range:||-80°F to + 150°F (-62.2°C to + 65.5°C)|
|Length per Package:||100 ft|
|Properties:||Instrument grade, FDA and NSF compliant|
|Parker Group:||Fluid Connector|
|Compatible Fitting:||Compress-Align, Compression, Dubl-BARb®, Fast & Tite, Flow Controls, Hi-Duty, Liquifit, Poly-Tite, Prestolok, Prestomatic, SAE Cartridge, TrueSeal|
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Nickel and Nickel Compounds which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
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