Fluoropolymer FEP

NewAge Industries Fluoropolymer FEP Tubing can be used with virtually any industrial solvent, corrosive material, or chemical, even at high temperatures (it does however react with molten sodium hydroxide, fluorine, and molten alkali metals). Fluoropolymer Tubing can be sterilized chemically or with steam in-line with any industrial solvent, cleaner, or other sterilizing method. Fluoropolymer offers outstanding aging resistance, and it's non-stick properties allow transport of viscous, sticky materials without the risk of line clogging.

FEP (Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene) is known for its gas and vapor permeability properties and excellent UV transmission ratings. While very similar in composition to PTFE, there are a few notable differences. FEP clearer and more flexible than PTFE, and has a lower heat shrink temperature.

  • Excellent electrical and weathering properties; non-flammable
  • Manufactured from FDA compliant materials for use with food contact surfaces
  • Ultra-high-purity grades available for the semiconductor industry
  • An economical alternative to Teflon® tubing
  • Proudly made in the USA
  • Lowest coefficient of friction of any solid material
  • Chemically inert; low permeability

  • Adhesives
  • Beverage
  • Chemical Plants
  • Medical
  • Sight Glass
  • Corrosives
  • Cyrogenics
  • Deionized Water Transfer
  • Solvents
  • Water Sampling
  • Food Transfer
  • Lighting Covers
  • Laboratory
  • Pure Water Systems
  • Wire Insulation


Fluoropolymer FEP Tubing - 3/8 IDFluoropolymer FEP Tubing - 3/8 ID
Part Number: 310-1014

  • Applications: Beverage Dispensing, Potable Water
  • Inner Diameter: 3/8"
  • Outer Diameter: 7/16"
  • Wall Thickness: .030" "
  • Material: Fluoropolymer FEP
  • Working Pressure: 110 PSI @ 70°F
  • Maximum Temperature: 400 °F °F
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$4.78 - $240.32

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