We are an Indian market leader in all types of stock shape plastics and custom-made components. Plastic tube is available in fewer grades than sheet and rod, although it may also be obtained in engineering, display, and high specification grades as needed.
Polycarbonate and acrylic, which are popular for their excellent optical clarity, are frequently used in display and fabrication applications, whereas engineering grades such as nylon and acetal are frequently used for components that require improved technical properties such as hardness and tensile strength. Many of our nylon grades may be extruded or cast. PEEK and PTFE grades can be offered in cases of high temperatures, chemical exposure, or food contact.
Depending on the quality, colour, and size you desire, our stocked plastic tubes are normally delivered by the metre or by the length. The majority of tubes may be machined, turned, or sawed into specific forms and components such as bushes, washers, wheels, and rollers. Please check our plastic machining page for more information on our production capabilities.
We stock and sell several smaller diameter, flexible plastic tubings for use in solid, liquid, and gas transport applications in addition to our rigid plastic tube.
You can also go through our product gallery to get more information on specific grades of plastic tube. Where appropriate, pages will provide availability, technical specifications, and food contact approval information.
As with the plastic sheet and rod, a comparison table and chemical resistance chart may be found at the bottom of this page. If you are unclear whether grade of plastic tubing is appropriate for your purpose, please refer to these.
A high mechanical strength, wear resistance, and impact resistance engineering plastic grade. Due to its hardness, it is simple to mill into customised components. -50°C to +100°C in the temperature range.
Another durable, machine-grade plastic with a variety of grades and colours is available. a preferred option for many industries because of its toughness, strength, and machinability. -40°C to +110°C in the temperature range.
For applications requiring both high temperature and chemical resistance, PTFE tubing is the best choice. It is suitable for food contact and has great non-stick qualities. -200°C to +260°C in the temperature range.
High impact strength, great optical clarity, and resistance to a variety of liquid media are all characteristics of polycarbonate. Welding and bonding into manufactured products is simple. range of temperatures up to +115°C.
Comparable to polycarbonate but lacking its superior impact strength. Acrylic is a common material for indoor and external display applications because of its outstanding optical clarity and UV resistance. range of temperatures up to +70°C.
Excellent chemical, hydrolysis, radiation, and temperature resistance in a high-performance plastic. FDA-approved for use in applications involving food. -60°C to +250°C in the temperature range.
PET is a versatile material with good wear resistance, mechanical strength, and machinability. It is also dimensionally stable. Applications involving food contact are also appropriate. temperature range of -20 to 100 degrees Celsius.
Vespel® SP-1 tube, which is made from unfilled polyimide resins, has unmatched temperature resistance, physical strength, and electrical insulating qualities. range of temperatures up to +288°C.
Clear plastic tubing is what we often stock. utilised frequently for applications involving low pressure solids, liquids, and gases. For applications requiring food contact, PVC tubing has been approved. temperature range of -15 to +60 degrees Celsius.
Nylon-based 6710 is flexible, lightweight, has good mechanical strength, and can be supplied in both metric and imperial sizes. It is produced in a variety of colours. -40°C to +80°C in the temperature range.
An elastic thermoplastic polyurethane with a hardness of 55°D. Similar to nylon, polyurethane tubing comes in a variety of colours and has a high level of wear and abrasion resistance. temperature range of -50 to +55 degrees Celsius.
A flexible PTFE tube with good resistance to ozone, chemicals, and high temperatures. 6712 also has outstanding non-stock qualities like other PTFE materials. range of temperatures from -70°C to +265°C.
Low density polyethylene is used to create the 6713, a low pressure, food-approved pneumatic tube. Excellent resistance to chemicals, water, and organic salt solutions. temperature range of -20 to +50 degrees Celsius.
An acceptable medium density polyethylene for food. It has the same chemical and organic salt resistance as LDPE. A higher operating pressure than in 6713 is provided by the increased density. temperature range of -20 to +50 degrees Celsius.
High density polyethylene (HDPE), a flexible material, is frequently utilised in low pressure pneumatic air and water conveyance applications. Its working pressure is greater than that of 6713 and 6719. temperature range of -20 to +50 degrees Celsius.
It is comparable to PTFE in that it has unrivalled non-stick qualities, exceptional chemical resistance, and strength at high temperatures. FDA-approved for use with food. 260°C temperature range, from -260 to +260.
Manufactured from FDA-approved nylon 12, which outperforms nylon 6710 in terms of chemical resistance, optical clarity, and mechanical qualities. -40°C to +110°C in the temperature range.