Tubing • Rubber Tubing

Rubber tubing types include Latex, EPDM, Viton, Thermoplastic (TPR), Pure Gum, Silicone and Neoprene.

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  • Vanguard Products Corp.

    Vanguard Products Corp. manufactures rubber tubing and silicone tubing available with single, coextrusion, and triextrusion capabilities, and in 0.010" to 3" sizes. Aside from silicone, materials used to manufactured the tubing include EPDM, fluorosilicone, and fluorocarbon elastomer. The tubing is used in a number of applications including: architectural, electrical, fiber optic, HVAC, automotive, water purification, medical equipment, aerospace and military, dairy, small appliance, humidifier, optical surgery, wastewater, and high voltage.

  • Abbott Rubber Co., Inc.

    A manufacturer of industrial hose and rubber products, Abbott Rubber Co's line of rubber tubing includes wrapped pure gum tubing, Viton tubing, silicone tubing, neoprene tubing, norprene tubing, latex tubing, and extruded pure gum tubing. The majority of the tubing is available in 50 foot or 100 foot lengths, with walls ranging from 1/32" to 1/4".

  • Dunham Rubber & Belting Corp.

    Dunham Rubber & Belting produces SILBRADE AND SILCON-brand tubing. The SILBRADE tubing is a reinforced silicon hose that's able to resist extreme temperatures from -80F to 350F, while the SILCON tubing resists temperatures ranging from -100F to 500F. Both feature good electrical and weatherability properties. The company also distributes Suprene thermoplastic rubber tubing - available in FDA and industrial grades - used in peristaltic pumps, and Newtex rubber tubing, which is made from natural latex.

  • Cole-Parmer

    Cole-Parmer distributes rubber tubing including black rubber vacuum tubing, latex rubber tubing, and gum rubber tubing. Both the latex tubing and gum rubber tubing are available in 3/32" x 5/32" to 3/8" x 1/2" sizes.

  • Grainger Industrial Supply

    Grainger Industrial Supply distributes a variety of rubber tubing produced by Norprene, Tygon, Excelon, Versilic, and various approved vendors. Tubing types include EPDM tubing, neoprene tubing, santoprene tubing, silicone tubing, and Viton tubing, primarily available in 50 foot and 100 foot lengths.

  • Omega Engineering, Inc.

    Omega Engineering supplies natural latex, gum rubber tubing that features operating temperatures of -65 to 180F, tensile strength of 3500 psi, and brittle temperature of -70F. The tubing is available with outer diameters up to 1" and inner diameters up to 3/4". The company also offers santoprene flexible rubber tubing available in Shore A hardnesses of 55, 64, and 73; and silicone tubing that is peroxide cured and suitable for peristaltic pumps.

  • Allstates Rubber & Tool Corp.

    Allstates Rubber & Tool Corp. produces extruded black rubber tubing and extruded pure gum rubber tubing. The black rubber tubing is available in sizes ranging from 1/8" x 1/32" x 3/16" to 5/16" x 3/32" x 1/2". The pure gum tubing is available in sizes of 1/8" x 1/16" x 1/4" to 1" x 1/8" x 1-1/4".

  • Hanna Rubber Company

    Hanna Rubber Company manufactures and distributes a variety of rubber tubing including Viton, thermoplastic, silicone, pure gum, latex, and neoprene tubing available in 50 foot and 100 foot lengths. The neoprene tubing meets the requirements of MIL-R-6855 Class 2, Grade 60 for light wall and heavy wall; while pure gum tubing safely conducts acids, chemicals, and gases. The latex tubing features excellent resilience, tear and tensile strength, and silicone tubing is available with working pressures of 75 psi to 233 psi at 70F. The Viton tubing retains good mechanical and chemical resistance at extremely high temperatures.

  • Thomas A. Caserta, Inc.

    Thomas A. Caserta rubber tubing is comprised of EPDM, neoprene, nitrile, SBR, silicone, or Viton materials. The various tubing features a temperature range of -65F to 600F - depending on material used - and is used within the aerospace, appliance, automotive, chemical, electrical, food processing, medical, OEM, and pharmaceutical industries.

  • Atlantic Rubber Co., Inc.

    Atlantic Rubber Co. produces silicone tubing with wall of 1/8" or 1/16" and inner diameters of 1/8" to 1/2". The company's line of rubber tubing also includes latex tubing, neoprene tubing, and pure gum tubing. The silicone tubing is available in sizes ranging from 1/16" x 1/8" x 1/32" to 3/4" x 1" x 1/8", while the pure gum tubing feature a smooth finish and is available in 25, 50 and 100-foot lengths.

  • Custom Advanced Connections, Inc

    Custom Advanced Connections Inc. provides gum rubber tubing including nitrile/BUNA-N, silicone, EPDM, SBR, hypalon, neoprene, chlorobutyl, and Viton tubing. Available with inner diameters ranging from 1/8" to 30", the various rubber tubing can feature fabric or wire reinforcement if used in applications that require pressure or vacuum rating.

  • NewAge Industries

    NewAge Industries offers silicone tubing, thermoplastic tubing, Viton tubing, and latex tubing. The thermoplastic tubing maintains flexibility to -80F, while the Viton tubing is used in petroleum-based fuel, oil, lubricant, and mineral acid applications. Both the latex and silicone tubing are used in health care and medical applications.

  • Elastoproxy (Elasto Proxy), Inc.

    Industrial rubber products manufactured and distributed by Elasto Proxy Inc. include rubbing tubing available with inner diameters of 0.125" to 1.187" and wall of 1/32" to 1/8".

  • MOCAP, Inc.

    MOCAP Inc. manufactures silicone rubber tubing that feature a hardness rating of 60 Shore A. Available in 50 foot and 100 foot spools, the tubing is stocked in diameters from 0.104" to 0.957" and is heat stabilized to ensure re-use at temperatures up to 500F.

  • RPM Mechanical, Inc.

    RPM Mechanical's rubber tubing is available in a number of materials include neoprene, latex, pure gum, silicone, fluorocarbon, and EPDM. The majority of the tubing feature inner diameters of 1/8" to 1" and wall of 1/8" or 1/16".

  • Walter Stern, Inc.

    Walter Stern Inc.'s series 200 Gooch Tubing is pure gum rubber, thin-walled tubing that's available in widths of 7/8", 1-1/4", 1-1/2", 1-3/4" and 2".

  • Prestige Rubber Inc.

    Prestige Rubber Manufacturing Corp. produces pure gum rubber tubing that's also available in black neoprene, EPDM, and SBR. The various tubing features a temperature range of -40F to 180F and specific gravity of 1.09, 0.98, or 1.08.

  • J.W. Industries

    J.W. Industries offers a variety of rubber sheet and molded rubber products including pure gum tubing for bridge builders and bowling alleys. Available in straight and spiral wrap, the tubing features a temperature range of -40 to 180F.

  • Watteredge Hose & Tubing

    Custom rubber tubing provided by Watteredge Hose & Tubing is produced from pure gum, SBR, neoprene, nitrile, chloro butyl, hypalon, Viton, or silicone materials. The various rubber tubing features a typical temperature range of -40F to 500F.

  • Delford Industries, Inc.

    Delford Industries produces custom rubber tubing manufactured from natural rubber, neoprene, NBR, butyl, silicone, hypalon, and SBR. The tubing is available with inner diameters ranging from 1/32" to 1".