CONDUCTIVE FLUOROPLASTIC TUBING ELIMINATES STATIC CHARGES AND PREVENTS BUILD-UP

Description

A full range of conductive fluoroplastic tubing that is offered in a variety of sizes and configurations to eliminate and prevent the build-up of static charges is available from Parker TexLoc, of Ft. Worth, Texas.

Parker TexLoc PTFE Conductive Tubing is available in a conductive ID which conforms to AMS-H-27267; having a minimum conductance of 10-20 micro-amps with 1,000 vdc applied over a 14” length.  Parker TexLoc PTFE and PFA are both available as a fully conductive tube.  Designed to eliminate static charges affecting combustible fluid transfer and to prevent the build-up of static charges that might damage sensitive electronic devices, it can be supplied a wide variety of configurations.

Available in sizes from 1/8” to 4” I.D., Parker TexLoc Conductive Tubing can be supplied as smoothbore tubing, liners, and in convoluted and wire-wrapped convoluted styles.  Providing anti-static properties to eliminate dust and other particulates, this tubing offers increased wear- and UV-resistance.  ISO grade meets many specifications including Test Method ISO8031 and FDA compliant versions are offered.

Parker TexLoc Conductive Tubing is priced according to material, size, and configuration, and quantity.  Literature and Samples are available on request.

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