Tubes from polyethylene

Tubes made from polyethylene serve in the transport of liquid, gaseous, and powdery media or as protection for instance to snow chains.
Polyethylene is a thermoplastic material which is wax like in character. Polyethylene is divided based on density into two main types, the so called low density (LDPE) and high density (HDPE). As density rises, transparency decreases and hardness, stiffness, strength in tension, shape stability when heated and chemical resistance rise. A milky turbidity is characteristic in polyethelene, it can be coloured into coloured shades.

Tubes from polyethylene

types of PE tubes

Tubes Material Use Temperature range of use Density Dimensions
type 1244 HDPE for various technical and laboratory purposes, in the car industry 0°C to +40°C 0,95 g/cm³ PDF
type 2594 LDPE non-pressurised transport of liquid, gaseous and powdery media in the chemical and food industry, also for laboratory purposes, medicine and for the needs of agriculture -5°C to +40°C 0,92 g/cm³ PDF
type 2700 LDPE for instance as a means of protectection when completing snow chains for cars. -30°C to +40°C 0,922 g/cm³ PDF


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