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Compressed Air Tubing

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nexoAir offers several types of compressed air tubing for pneumatic applications such as pneumatic control systems, pneumatic tools, industrial robots, instrument air, and for the pharmaceutical industry.

Compressed air tubing is often used with push-in fittings, and is specified by the outside diameter so that you are sure that they fit in the fitting in question.

Compressed air tubing is typically made of plastics such as polyurethane (PU), polyamide (PA), or Teflon (PFTE).

PU Tubing

PU compressed air tubing very flexible, kink-resistant, durable, and with a good memory, which means it often returns to its original shape in case of pressure or kinking. Our PU hoses are made of PU 98A.

PU hoses can be used from -40°C – +60°C.  Please note that the maximum working pressure is stated at 20°C. At extreme working pressures, the maximum permissible working pressures decrease significantly. PU hoses are available with the following outside diameters: 4, 6, 8, 10, and 12mm

PA Tubing – Nylon

PA (Nylon) compressed air tubing is strong and light, but less flexible than PU. On the other hand, they have excellent chemical tolerance, and are resistant to UV radiation, and can be used for higher working pressures.

Our PA hoses are made of PA-11, which is a special type of Nylon made from natural raw materials.

PA hoses can be used from -40°C – + 80°C.  Please note that the stated maximum working pressure is stated at 20°C. At extreme working pressures, the maximum permissible working pressures decrease significantly. PA hoses are available with the following outside diameters: 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12mm

PTFE Tubing – Teflon

PTFE hoses have a relatively high allowable working pressure, are more heat resistant than the other types of materials, are chemically inert, and can be used in applications that are sensitive to static electricity.

Teflon hoses can be used from -200°C – + 300°C. Please note that the stated maximum working pressure is stated at 20°C. At extreme working pressures, the maximum permissible working pressures decrease significantly.

Teflon hoses are available with the following outside diameters: 4, 6, 8, 10, and 12mm

Teflon Tubing
Black Tubing
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