Fresh Water Systems

Reducer Barb Connector Natural Nylon - 5/8 ID x 1/4 ID

Part Number: UCB-1004NN

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$1.07

Specifications:
  • Material:  Natural Nylon "NN", opaque cream colored in appearance
  • Temp Range:  –50°F min to 275°F max
  • Pressure:  150psi at 70°F
  • Configurations:   Available in 1/16" barb to 1" barb
  • Approvals:  FDA
Nylon resin is a lubricated version 6/6 nylon made by the polymerization of hexamethylenediamine and adipic acid, each containing six carbon atoms. The 6/6 formulations have the highest melting point and dry-as-molded strength and stiffness of the melt processible nylon homopolymers. They combine strength, moderate stiffness, high service temperature, and toughness. The formulations are particularly resistant to repeated impact, have low coefficients of friction and have an excellent resistance to abrasion. They resist fuels, lubricants and many chemicals, but are attacked by phenols, strong acids and oxidizing agents. Acceptable sterilization methods include ethylene oxide or autoclave, see sterilization chart for details.


Details

Body Material

Nylon

Operating Pressure Range

150 PSI

Operating Temperature Range

-50 to 275 Degrees Fahrenheit

Warranty & Certifications

Certifications

FDA Approved



Specifications:
  • Material:  Natural Nylon "NN", opaque cream colored in appearance
  • Temp Range:  –50°F min to 275°F max
  • Pressure:  150psi at 70°F
  • Configurations:   Available in 1/16" barb to 1" barb
  • Approvals:  FDA
Nylon resin is a lubricated version 6/6 nylon made by the polymerization of hexamethylenediamine and adipic acid, each containing six carbon atoms. The 6/6 formulations have the highest melting point and dry-as-molded strength and stiffness of the melt processible nylon homopolymers. They combine strength, moderate stiffness, high service temperature, and toughness. The formulations are particularly resistant to repeated impact, have low coefficients of friction and have an excellent resistance to abrasion. They resist fuels, lubricants and many chemicals, but are attacked by phenols, strong acids and oxidizing agents. Acceptable sterilization methods include ethylene oxide or autoclave, see sterilization chart for details.

Details

Body Material

Nylon

Operating Pressure Range

150 PSI

Operating Temperature Range

-50 to 275 Degrees Fahrenheit

Warranty & Certifications

Certifications

FDA Approved


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