|For extended service in a wide variety of applications, Norprene® Industrial Grade Tubing outlasts virtually all multi-service rubber tubings.
High Performance Alternative to General Purpose Rubber Tubing
Norprene® Industrial Grade Tubing outperforms neoprene, EPDM and other general purpose tubings in test after test and application after application. It will not weaken or crack after years of exposure to heat and ozone, providing long service in a wide range of applications such as gasketing, abrasion-resistant sleeving and cable insulation. Performance formulated for on-the-job reliability, Norprene® handles temperatures from -75˚F (-60˚C) to 275˚F (135˚C), allowing the use of one material with a broad range of temperatures. It is heat sealable and can be joined without fittings. It also has excellent resistance to inorganic (acids and bases) fluids.
Unequalled Life in Peristaltic Pump Applications
Peristaltic pumps are used in a wide range of markets and applications. The universal requirement common to these applications is the ability of the tubing to withstand the constant high flexural fatigue exerted by the pump rollers. Norprene® outlasts and outperforms virtually all other general service tubing in peristaltic pump applications due to its high flexural fatigue strength.
Ideal for Use in Vacuum Systems
Norprene® Industrial Grade Tubing is available in standard vacuum sizes that will withstand a full vacuum (29.9" [759mm] of mercury) at 73˚F (23˚C). Unlike typical rubber vacuum tubing, Norprene® resists the cracking and aging that are frequent causes of vacuum tubing failure.
Available in Food Grade and Reinforced Pressure Formulations
The unique properties of Norprene® tubing make it desirable for use in many food processing applications. For these applications, always specify Norprene® Food Process Tubing Formulation A-60-F. Where elevated pressure capabilities are required, Norprene® Pressure Tubing Formulation A-60-F I.B. is available to withstand up to five times the pressure of non-reinforced Norprene® tubing.
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- Superior weathering
- Abrasion resistant
- Outstanding flexural fatigue resistance
- Wide temperature range (-75°F to 275°F)
- Low gas permeability versus rubber tubing
- Ozone and UV light resistant
- Soap and Disinfectant Dispensing
- Printing Ink Transfer
- Caustic Dispensing
- Plating and Etching Chemicals
- Wastewater Sampling
- Glass and Window Wash Systems
- Vacuum Pumps
- Cable Insulation
- Abrasion-Resistant Sleeving