100′ 1/4″ ID [Gas or Beer] ATP Vinyl-Flex Food Grade Tubing
100 Feet of 1/4″ ID Tubing by ATPMore Info
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- Vinyl-flex PVC NSF 61 is suitable for general, low-pressure, industrial applications for the conveyance of liquids and semi solids
- Made from a PVC compound that complies with FDA regulations
- Tubing provides good chemical resistance
- It is lightweight, flexible and economically priced
- NSF 61 compliant for use in potable water and food and beverage applications
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ATP Vinyl-Flex PVC Plastic Tubing, Clear, 1/4″ ID x 3/8″ OD, 100 feet Length – note that multiple variations of this product may be available, as such a different version may appear at this link
Also available in 3/16″ ID: ATP Vinyl-Flex PVC Plastic Tubing, Clear, 3/16″ ID x 5/16″ OD, 100 feet Length
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the 3/16 tubing is on sale too – i prefer it as I get more PSI reduction/ft than with 1/4, and it doesnt require any different equipment as far as barb diameter-