Coilhose Pneumetics offers several of the most common plastic tubing used in industrial and pneumatic applications. Each thermoplastic compound exhibits different characteristics that need to be taken into consideration when selecting tubing for any application. Becoming familiar with the different features and advantages of each tubing compound will be most beneficial in the selection process.

Product Lineup

Nylon (PA) Tubing

Nylon tubing is a best known for its high pressure rating and broad temperature range. Coilhose Pneumatics Nylon Tubing is extruded from high quality resin to close tolerances.

  • Manufactured from High Quality Resins
  • Temperature Range: -60°F to 200°F
  • Working Pressure: 150 psi
  • Heat and Light Stabilized
  • Compatible with Coillock push to connect fittings
  • Made in USA

Coilhose - Plastic Tubing

Polyurethane (PU) Tubing

Coilhose Pneumatics’ Polyurethane is extruded from high quality ether-based resin. This means that the tubing will not degrade over time when exposed to water.
Polyurethane tubing offers increased flexibility, resistance to kinking and a broad temperature range. All our polyurethane tubing is 95A durometer and can be used with either push-to-connect fittings or hose barbs.

  • Extruded from 95A Durometer Resin
  • Compatible with push to connect fittings or hose barbs

Bonded Polyurethane Tubing

Bonded Polyurethane Tubing or Multi-Color Ribbon (MCR) provides a cost effective method of routing two or more lines in a single run. MCR enable rapid identification of tubes for identification, tracing or troubleshooting.
Constructed of 95A polyurethane, MCR can be installed faster than other jacketing options. MCR will withstand the rigors of flexing, yet can be easily separated for routing by simply pulling sections apart. Compatible with push to connect or hose barb fittings.

  • Constructed of 95A Polyurethane Tubing
  • Compatible with push to connect or hose barb fittings
  • Separation of the tubing is as simple as pulling sections apart

Polyethylene (PE) Tubing

Offers Good Flexibility and an Economical Cost.
Polyethylene is one of the most popular choices for low pressure tubing due to its resistance to most chemicals and solvents, good flexibility and economical cost. Our polyethylene tubing is extruded from high quality resin to close tolerances. Compatible with Coilock Push-to-Connect and Poly-Tube Fittings.

  • Manufactured from High Quality Resins
  • Linear Low-Density Polyethylene (LLDPE)
  • Temperature Range: -40°F to 150°F
  • Superior Stress and Light Resistance
  • Compatible with Coillock Push-to-Connect Fittings

Polyvinyl (PVC) Tubing

PVC Tubing is clear, lightweight and non-toxic tubing that offers more flexibility than nylon or polyurethane. PVC tubing offers resistance to most chemicals and solvents and is able to be sterilized repeatedly. Our PVC Tubing complies with government regulations for hospitals and food processing (FDA Standards). Common applications include use in chemical, industrial, laboratory, medical, food and beverage industries.
For use with barb fittings. Coilock Push-to-Connect fittings are not recommended.

  • Manufactured from High Quality Resins
  • Temperature Range: -30°F to 150°F
  • Not Recommended for Vacuum
  • Hardness: 80A Durometer
  • Safety Factor: 3:1
  • Made in USA

D.O.T. Tubing

Nylon 11 D.O.T. tubing is Type A, Non-Reinforced. This tubing is ideal for connecting instrumentation and accessories to air brake systems.

  • Manufactured from High Quality Resins
  • Temperature Range: -60°F to 200°F
  • Vacuum Rating: Up to 28″ Hg
  • Hardness: 78 Rockwell R
  • Safety Factor: 4:1
  • Compliance: Meets UL94HB
  • UV Stabilized
  • Made in USA

Weld Spatter Tubing

Resists Incidental Exposure to Sparks from Welding and Cutting.

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