PTFE Convoluted Tubing
PTFE convoluted tubing has a spring-like or helical structure. At times, the convoluted PTFE tubing design allows for a small extension by pulling the two ends. In most cases, the PTFE convoluted tubing is best for very tight bends.
Their design is such that they can withstand flaring and flanging. Even with the flexible convoluted tubing design, there is no need to worry about unrestricted flow.
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This unique PTFE tubing manufacturing does not affect the unique characteristics of these fluoropolymers. These PTFE tubes are non-sticky, with superior electrical insulation properties. Besides, the Teflon convoluted tubing is also chemically inert and suitable for either cryogenic or high-temperature (232°C) applications. At the moment, PTFE tubes are a few convoluted tubes with the highest thermal resistance.
There are many PTFE convoluted tubing options with stainless steel reinforcements or cuffs. Usually, the stainless steel will form the outer diameter for high-pressure applications.
Additionally, you may have braided PTEF convolute tubes for crush protection and extreme pressure applications. For specialized applications, you may choose PTFE submersible convoluted tubing.
Convoluted PTFE Tubes Uses
- Electrical conduit systems
- Robotic arms
- Electrical wire harness
- Fluid transfer system