FB80-PE-EVA

 
Co-Extruded Polyethylene-Lined EVA Tubing

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Product Description:

Grayline FB80-PE-EVA is a high-purity, low density polyethylene lined, EVA tubing that is sanctioned by the FDA for food and beverage contact applications. This tubing material also meets USP Class VI requirements and is suitable for use in poultry and meat processing. It offers excellent chemical resistance and remains pliable even after extended contact with alcohol. It also has a low coefficient of friction which allows easy passage of solids, alcohols, acids, caustics and solvents.

Grayline FB80-PE-EVA can be used as a cost-effective replacement for PTFE tubing for working temperatures below 40°C. (Cost savings of 50% or more). Irradiated FB80-PE-EVA tubing is also available for temperatures up to 80°C.

  • Standard Packaging: 50' Coils
  • Standard Colors: Natural (Translucent),
  • Available Options:
    • Custom ID-Wall
    • Cut Lengths

Specifications/Agency Ratings

  • EU Directive 2000 / 53 / EC (ELV)
  • EU Directive 2011 / 65 / EU (RoHS2)
  • Made From FDA Title 21 Material
  • Made From USP Class VI Material

Features

  • Operating Temperature is -33° to 71°C
  • Non-Toxic
  • Odorless, Tasteless, and Inert
  • UV, Ozone, Gas, Moisture, & Chemical Resistant
  • Low Friction Coefficient

 

PROPERTY TYPICAL VALUE
Polyethylene Core
TYPICAL VALUE
EVA Cover
Durometer Hardness50 Shore D80 Shore A
Tensile Strength (psi)2,1001,500
Elongation (%)550750
Brittleness Temperature, Pass °C-34-106

 

Standard Sizes

ID
(inches)
O.D.
(inches)
Wall
(inches)
Standard Coil Length (FT) Max. Working Pressure at 70°F (PSI)* Burst Pressure at 70°F (PSI) Weight (Lb/100FT)
1/83/161/3250431290.62
1/81/41/1650712131.51
1/43/81/1650601802.49
3/81/21/1650501503.49
3/85/81/850661987.99
1/25/81/165032964.48
1/23/41/8505015010.00
3/411/8503911813.96
11-1/41/850288417.96

 

*Working pressures are calculated at 1:3 ratio relative to burst pressure. The selection of size and material for any particular application is the user’s responsibility. The designer must consider many factors (e.g. temperature, fluid, connections, etc.) when specifying the tubing.

The values listed in this bulletin, to the best of our knowledge, are accurate. They are typical performance results and are not intended to be used as design data. We disclaim all liability in connection with the use of information contained herein or otherwise.



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