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Oil tube INF series
hydraulicfor gasfor air

oil tube
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for oil, hydraulic, for gas, for air, for fuel, pneumatic
PA12, nylon
for lubrication, transfer, air conditioning
Other characteristics
flexible, chemical-resistant, lightweight, oil-resistant, crush-resistant, halogen-free
Inner diameter

Max.: 0.5 in

Min.: 0.058 in

Outer diameter

Max.: 0.625 in

Min.: 0.125 in


Max.: 175 bar (2,538.16 psi)

Min.: 50 bar (725.189 psi)


Max.: 70 °C (158 °F)

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)


Flexible nylon is lightweight and flexible with good chemical resistance and a good bend radii, it is suitable for a vast range of applications including air conditioning and automotive. INF is available from stock in 30m coils. Please call the sales office to discuss any custom manufacture requirements including different sizes, lengths, colours and much more. We offer flexible nylon tube in both imperial and metric sizes. We also stock metric and imperial semi-rigid nylon Applications Pneumatic controls Instrumentation systems Fuels and oils Lubrication Compressed air & Refrigeration Coolant & hydraulic lines Chemical transfer Air-conditioning CO² and air tube Laboratories & automotive Features & Benefits Lightweight & flexible Good chemical resistance Durable Heat and light stabilised materials Excellent mechanical strength Resistant to crushing, cracking abrasion and work hardening Good bend radii Suitable for push on and compression fittings Chemical Resistance Nylon is resistant to most: Solvents Alkalis Oils Greases Petroleum products Fungi Moulds Dilute acids (mineral and organic) Material Conformance RoHs & WEEE DIN PA12 HI-PHL SAEJ844 Type A (INF48 & INF64) Sulphur free Halogen free Conflict mineral free REACH compliant Heavy metal free
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