Products/Services for Expandable Rubber Tubing

  • Rubber Tubing-Image
    Rubber Tubing - (223 companies)
    Rubber tubing is flexible and resilient due to its natural or synthetic rubber construction. Materials. What distinguishes rubber tubing from other types of tubing is its rubber-based construction. Rubbers are elastomers, materials which have high... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Plastic Tubing - (629 companies)
    ...temperature range of the tubing affects its performance and could cause permanent damage or failure. Finish. In some applications, it may be important to consider the finish or color of the rubber tubing. Clear tubing is completely see-through, which... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Tubing - (2519 companies)
    ...range of chemical resistance, but is not recommended for use with food, beverages, or drugs. Other Materials. Image Credit: Grainger Industrial Supply, Inc. Rubber tubing is used for flow lines for fluids and gases in pneumatic, hydraulic, process... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Shrink Tubing - (472 companies)
    ...shrink tubing is a rubber sleeve that has been pre-stretched onto a removable core. When the core is removed the sleeve collapses down against the wire or cable. The tubing often comes in a wide range of sizes, colors, and materials. Animation of heat... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Industrial Hose - (1852 companies)
    ...application-specific; consultation with hose manufacturers regarding specific applications is typical. Construction. Hoses are constructed using three basic parts: A plastic or rubber tube or inner lining which makes contact with the fluid. A textile, plastic... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Hydraulic Fittings - (246 companies)
    ...of multiple layers of rubber and steel wire. Hydraulic hoses generally have steel fittings swaged on the ends. The weakest part of hydraulic hose is the connection of the hose to the fitting, which is why proper fitting selection and installation... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Pneumatic Fittings - (181 companies)
    ...means. Push-to-Connect. Push-to-connect fittings have ends that are designed to accept tubing by pushing it into the end. These fittings typically disconnect via some type of collar retraction. These connections are convenient for sections... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Sanitary Fittings - (106 companies)
    Connects an outer sleeve to an inner (ball) fitting. The sleeve retracts to connect and disconnect the two ends of the fitting. Barbed fittings - Connects hose flexible tubing via a barbed end with a tapered stub and ridges inserted into the vessel... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Protective Sleeving - (146 companies)
    ...standards. Common examples include: UL 1441 (Coated electrical sleeving). IEC 60684 (Flexible insulated sleeving [multiple parts]). CSA C22.2 198.3 (Coated electrical sleeving). MIL-I-3190 (Insulation sleeving). References. Nelco - Braided Expandable Tubing... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Pipe Flanges - (425 companies)
    Flanges are used to connect pipes, tubes, hoses, and similar structures. Search by Specification | Learn More
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