Fluor-A-Pure™ FEP Tubing

Chemically Resistant | Flexible | Transparent

Fluor-A-Pure™ FEP Tubing is an option where the chemical and thermal resistance of PTFE tubing is required at a low cost. Fluor-A-Pure™ is made of 100% virgin grade FEP (fluorinated ethylene propylene). It is resistant to a broad range of industrial solvents, bases and strong acids.

Fluor-A-Pure™ FEP has excellent optical clarity which makes it ideal for sight gauge and flow applications.

Read about the multiple applications and benefits below. Contact us with any questions, quote requests or sample requests. For the most extreme chemical and ultra-high purity service conditions, view our Flexible PFA Tubing.

Chemical process
Electrical insulation
Heat exchangers
Laboratory applications
Medical devices
Food processing
UV water purification systems
Ground water monitoring
Ground remediation
Made from 100% virgin grade high-performance resins
Chemically inert to most industrial chemicals and solvents
Excellent UV transmission (Optically Clear)
Low permeability
Higher thermal stability than FEP
FDA compliant for food contact
Superior electrical insulation
Suitable for use with flare or conventional compression fittings
Available in coiled hose and convoluted constructions
Per Customer’s Specifications
Clean Room Packed
Available Pre-Flared and Pre-Cut
Available DI Washed and Nitrogen Packed
Suited for ethylene oxide and autoclave
Temperature: -100°F to 400°F
U.S. Pharmacopoeia Class VI Certification
Cytotoxicity Criteria
In compliance with CFR Title 21 Section 177.1550
Traceability: Lot and Batch
Certification: Lot and Batch
Material Properties
PropertyTest [email protected]°F(22.8°C)UnitValue
Upper Service Temperature°F(°C)400(204)
Specific GravityASTM D7922.15
Tensile StrengthASTM D1708psi(Mpa)4,000(27.5)
Tensile ElongationASTM D638%400
Flex ModulusASTM D790psi (Mpa)90,000(620)
MIT Flex LifeASTM D2176200,000
Durometer Hardness

Note: Material properties may be affected greatly by temperature, operating pressure, chemical concentration, the presence of other chemicals, and other factors. Ultimately, users should determine the compatibility of any product through field testing under their particular process conditions. Specifications on this page are subject to change without notice.