Tubing eliminates static charges

Conductive fluoroplastic tubing comes in a variety of sizes and configurations to eliminate and prevent static charges.

By Control Engineering Staff May 23, 2005

Conductive fluoroplastic tubing comes in a variety of sizes and configurations to eliminate and prevent static charges. TexLoc PTFE conductive tubing is offered with a conductive ID that conforms to AMS-H-27267, and has a minimum conductance of 10-20 micro Amps with 1,000 V dc applied over a 14-in. length. Sizes are available from 1/8 to 4-in. ID. Available as a fully conductive tube, TexLoc PTFE and PFA conductive tubing can be supplied as smoothbore tubing and liners and in convoluted and wire-wrapped convoluted styles. Anti-static properties eliminate dust and other particulates. Tubing is said to offer increased wear- and UV-resistance.

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