NewAge Industries” PTFE, FEP, and PFA tubing is available in a choice of styles — straight, thin-wall, coiled, corrugated, convoluted, or overbraided — to address various demands. The company has a large inventory of all six types. Often referred to as Teflon tubing, PTFE, FEP, and PFA fluoropolymer tubing is best known for its heat and chemical resistance and for its nonstick properties. Applications include laboratory and medical use, automotive, chemical and petrochemical transfer, adhesive delivery, corrosives, pure/deionized water systems, pharmaceutical processing, flame retardant covering, food and beverage lines, cryogenics, environmental sampling, and others. The diversity of styles focuses on different application challenges. PTFE, FEP, and PFA tubing in straight lengths, which is typically a fairly rigid product, works well in applications such as fluid transfer and sampling. Thin wall PTFE tubing, offered in AWG (American Wire Gauge) and inch sizes, meets wire insulation and protective covering needs. For applications like robotics, paint spray, and dispensing systems, coiled FEP tubing, called Coiltef, is frequently used. Coiltef may be expanded and retracted repeatedly without adverse effect to the heat-set coil. Corrtef corrugated FEP tubing allows a nearly zero bend radius. It may be extended or compressed without impacting the tubing’s inner dimensions. For flexibility and easy flush cleaning, Contef convoluted PTFE tubing is available. Contef is offered with or without an exterior wire for increased pressure capabilities and to aid in electrical grounding. Lastly, stainless steel overbraiding for PTFE tubing protects the core, reduces kinking, and provides working pressures as high as 3,000 PSI.