1/4″ x 1/8″ Wall – Heavy Duty Silicone Tubing For Flow

$18.00

Details

SILCON® Silicone Tubing

(**Note: This tubing is only for flow and is NOT vacuum rated)

  • The most outstanding properties of SILCON tubing are its flexibility and resistance to temperature extremes. These, plus its good electrical properties and ability to self-extinguish, make SILCON tubing an excellent choice for appliances and computers
  • Peroxide-cured SILCON contains no sulfur or other acid-producing chemicals, thereby eliminating the possibility of staining, corroding, or deteriorating materials it contacts. It is extremely resistant to ozone and U.V. over long time periods.
  • Care is recommended in the selection of fittings and clamps for SILCON as sharply barbed fittings or unlined metal clamps could tear into the tubing wall and possibly cause a failure.
  • SILCON may be low-pressure steam sterilized in-line 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 and become gummy. It should then be replaced.
  •  Please call or email Best Value Vacs to request different sizes and thickness (1/16″ to 3/4″ID) – Colors for industrial applications are available through minimum order.

Key Features:

  • Made from FDA-sanctioned ingredients
  • Able to resist extreme temperature variation: -100°F to 500°F 
  • Translucent natural color for visual contact with the flow
  • resilient, stretchable, and resistance to compression set
  • Odorless, tasteless and inert
  • Good electrical and weatherability properties – resists U.V., ozone, gases, and moisture
  • Certified by the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF-51) for food equipment materials
  • MADE IN THE U.S.A.
Specifications/Physical Properties
Hardness, Shor A +/-5 50           
Tensile Strength, PSI 1100
Elongation at Break % 375
Brittle Temperature °F -100
Max Operating Temperature °F 500
Max Operating Temperature for NSF °F   350
Comp. Set 22 Hrs. at 177°F, % 35
Tear Resistance (PPI minimum) 100

 

Tubing Specifications Chart
ID (IN.) OD (IN.) STANDARD LENGTH WORKING PSI @ 70°F BURST PSI @ 70°F LBS PER 100FT
1/16 1/8 100 10 30 0.50
1/16 3/16 100 20 60 1.34
3/32 5/32 100 10 30 0.66
3/32 7/32 100 15 45 1.58
1/8 3/16 100 10 30 0.88
1/8 1/4 100 20 60 2.00
1/8 5/16 100 25 75 3.32
1/8 3/8 100 28 84 4.92
5/32 9/32 100 20 60 2.14
5/32 11/32 100 20 60 3.64
3/16 1/4 100 5 15 1.22
3/16 5/16 100 20 60 2.64
3/16 3/8 100 20 60 4.12
3/16 7/16 100 15 45 6.14
1/4 5/16 100 10 30 1.50
1/4 3/8 100 5 15 3.34
1/4 7/16 100 20 60 5.12
1/4 1/2 100 15 45 7.50
5/16 7/16 100 10 30 3.66
5/16 1/2 100 10 30 6.30
3/8 1/2 100 10 30 4.32
3/8 9/16 100 10 30 7.15
3/8 5/8 100 10 30 10.16
3/8 3/4 100 15 45 16.72
7/16 5/8 100 10 30 7.70
1/2 5/8 100 5 15 5.84
1/2 11/16 100 5 15 9.50
1/2 3/4 100 10 30 13.12
1/2 7/8 100 10 30 15.00
5/8 3/4 100 5 15 6.86
5/8 13/16 100 5 15 11.34
5/8 7/8 100 5 15 13.38
5/8 1 100 10 30 22.86
3/4 1 50 5 15 17.64
3/4 1-1/8 50 10 30 26.56