Hose, pipe and tubing covers the broad spectrum of fluid transfer lines.
Air hose and air duct hose is used in pneumatic systems and controls, or as supply lines for pneumatic devices and tools.
Hydraulic hose is specifically designed to convey hydraulic fluid to or among hydraulic components, valves, actuators, and tools.
Industrial hose covers the broad spectrum of fluid transfer lines. Hose is usually flexible, often reinforced, and available in a wide range of material compositions to cover various hydraulic and pneumatic industrial applications.
Industrial pipe is a broad category of fluid and solid transport hardware used in many applications and industries. Cylindrical pipe and rigid tube is used in process, energy, construction, and civil infrastructure applications.
Medical tubing is made from a variety of materials and is typically sterilized and small in diameter. Glass, metal, plastic, and rubber silicone tubing are used in a variety of medical applications.
Metal tube ( tubing) is made of metallic elements or alloys and is designed for specific industrial applications. Compared to other types of tubing, metal tube is stronger and most robust, making it better suited for structural applications and high-pressure fluid flow.
Plastic Pipe is used in similar applications as traditional metal and ceramic pipe but offers significant savings in weight and installation. Standards now exist for plastic pipe to be used in hazardous environments and in fire protection systems.
Plastic tubing is tubing constructed from plastic compounds for use in fluid flow or structural systems, or as insulation or sheathing for electrical or heating assemblies.
Rubber tubing is used in flow lines for fluids and gases in a variety of hydraulic, pneumatic, process, medical, and specialty applications.
Tubes are hollow cylinders used for fluid transport, structural applications, or electrical sheathing. They are usually cylindrical in shape, but may have round, rectangular, or square cross-sections.