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What is the difference between nylon tubing and rubber tubing?
Nylon tubing has good physical and mechanical properties: wear-resistant, can be used under the conditionof sand and iron chips, smooth surface, reduce resistance, can prevent rust and fouling siltation, soft, easy to bend, easy to install, simple processing.
At the same time has steel properties, when a certain shape is required, can be made like a metal tube, and does not require complex equipment and tools, can withstand the corrosion of many chemicals, size stability, permeability is small, resistance is very large, can be used as an insulator, long life, even for decades, good temperature resistance, can be -40-100 Work in an environment where you can work.
Scope of use:
Air, water, chemical lubrication, instrument lines, irrigation control systems, textile mills, food factories, vehicles and ships fuel transmission pipes, vacuum systems, air conditioning systems, oscillating insulators, electrostatic insulators and other industries.
It can be flexible and work normally in the temperature range of -40 c to 120 degrees C.
Nylon tube adapted to: compressed air system, lubrication system, flammable oil fluid lines, hydraulic lines, some chemical fluids, food fluids, the quality of the product light, moisture-resistant, saltwater-resistant seawater, good anti-aging, sun exposure, ten-way nylon tubes generally used in hydrocarbons, aromatics, adipose solvents, oil, fuel and cooling agents, Not resistant to strong acids, strong alkalis, phenols, etc. , commonly used transport fluids: 40 degrees carbonate soda, 40 degrees carbonated water, -20 to 40 degrees alcohol, distilled water, sea water, oil, etc.
The characteristics of rubber tubing are physiological inert, UV-resistant, ozone-resistant, high-low temperature (-80 to 300 degrees), high transparency, strong resilience, compression-resistant non-deformation, oil resistance, stamping resistance, acid-base resistance, wear-resistant, hard-to-burn, voltage-resistant, conductive and other properties.
Scope of use:
Supporting electrical appliances, electronics, furniture equipment, toys, hardware, medical equipment, sporting goods, audio, lighting, machinery, automobiles, motorcycles, ships, aviation, the working environment of the harsh wire jacket combing water, for many materials are not sticky, can play an isolation role in other fields of industry.
Mainly connect the engine and air filter, engine and radiator system, automotive air conditioning system. As a component of the intake system, close to the engine, so it needs to withstand high temperature, oil, corrosion, aging, low temperature, etc., its materials according to the processing process of many different types, such as NBR butyl rubber is widely used in vacuum brake tube, good oil resistance high gel content, but ozone resistance is relatively poor EPDM triple ethyl propylene rubber is used in the automotive water pipe series. Such as radiator hose, air conditioning tube, etc. There are also high-performance materials, such as AEM acrylic resistant to high temperatures and so on. Each rubber has its own characteristics, so it is particularly important in the choice of materials for the hose. Basically, the materials used in high-end cars are relatively good, some microcars, vans use poor materials, such as some microcars and the use of butyl rubber as a fuel line, butyl rubber is not suitable for the fuel system. Thus the replacement of chlor-alcohol rubber fluorine tube is more extensive.
Most rubber tubes are harmless and environmentally friendly, but some of the more demanding oil and gas pipes, in the rubber material added flame retardants, flame retardants contain toxic and harmful substances on the human body and the atmosphere will have a slight impact.
The characteristics of rubber tubes are also: physiological inertness, UV resistance, ozone resistance, high and low temperature resistance (-80 to 300 degrees), high transparency, strong resilience, compression resistance without deformation, oil resistance, stamping resistance, acid and alkali resistance, wear resistance, hard-to-burn, voltage resistance, conduction and other properties.