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Fluoropolymer Tubing

With over 40 years of expertise, Fluorotherm™ is proud to offer the following materials in standard and metric fluoropolymer tubing. Fluoropolymer tubing stands out among other materials for its exceptional versatility and array of unique properties, and each type of fluoropolymer provides distinct advantages to various applications. Whether you seek tubing with high tensile strength, tubing with exceptional chemical resistance, or tubing with a high use of temperature, you're sure to find it in the Fluorotherm™ collection of fluoropolymer tubing. We proudly offer seven different types of tubing, including the original PTFE tubing, as well as more recently-developed types of fluoropolymer tubing like ETFE tubing. Customers can also take advantage of unique H2 and heat shrink tubing, both of which offer distinct advantages. Our fluoropolymer tubing is available in natural material colors as well as a variety of custom colors. Note, too, that specific technical information for each type of fluoropolymer tubing is also available for your reference.

PTFE Tubing

PTFE Tubing

FEP Tubing

FEP Tubing

PFA Tubing 3

PFA Tubing

ETFE Tubing Coil

ETFE Tubing

PVDF Tubing Coil

PVDF Tubing

H2 Conductive Tubing 1

H2 Tubing

Heat-Shrink Tubing

Heat-Shrink Tubing

Considerations When Choosing Fluoropolymer Tubing

When industries explore fluoropolymer tubing options, they prioritize a range of characteristics tailored to their specific needs. Heat resistance stands out as a commonly desirable feature, particularly in sectors such as aerospace, automotive, and semiconductor manufacturing, where extreme temperatures are common during operations. Additionally, strength and durability are crucial considerations, ensuring that the fluoropolymer tubing can withstand challenging environments and rigorous applications without compromising performance.

Flexibility in fluoropolymer tubing is another essential attribute sought after, especially in industries like pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, where intricate routing and maneuverability within confined spaces are necessary. Chemical resistance can also play a part, particularly in sectors like chemical processing and oil and gas, where exposure to corrosive substances is prevalent.

And of course, many industries are going to value factors such as purity, non-stick properties, and electrical insulation when selecting fluoropolymer tubing for applications in food processing, electronics, and medical devices. Our fluoropolymer tubing offers a comprehensive range of solutions that address these diverse requirements across various industries, ensuring optimal performance and reliability in demanding applications. Follow the various links of this page to find the right fluoropolymer tubing for your operations.