Water hose STA-PURE PCS
elastomersiliconePTFE

water hose
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water hose
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Characteristics

Use
for water
Material
elastomer, silicone, PTFE, thermoplastic, composite
Applications
transfer, construction, for chemical applications, for the pharmaceutical industry, for food industry applications, pump
Other characteristics
reinforced, for wastewater
Inner diameter

Min.: 1.6 mm
(0.063 in)

Max.: 25.4 mm
(1 in)

Pressure

100 psi

Temperature

Min.: -20 °C
(-4 °F)

Max.: 80 °C
(176 °F)

Delivered length

Min.: 305 mm
(12.01 in)

Max.: 660 mm
(25.98 in)

Description

GORE® STA-PURE Series PCS PTFE reinforced silicone tubing STA-PURE PCS pump tubing provides long term performance with repeatable accuracy, vital in pharmaceuticals and other high technology industries. STA-PURE PCS has a unique composite construction of silicone in a PTFE lattice, giving it superior burst resistance up to 100 psi and 18 times longer life than silicone tubing. It produces virtually no spallation, is USP Class VI approved and is non-toxic, making it ideal for a wide range of biopharmaceutical applications. Widely used for ultra-pure applications such as tangential flow filtration, ultra-filtration, live cell transfer, fermentation and bioreactor feed. Also used for aqueous tablet coating. Features and benefits Longest available tube life STA-PURE PCS’s bore is three times smoother than thermoplastic elastomer tubing, with no grooves or cracking developing as flexing continues Spallation virtually eliminated, leaving high-value duty fluids uncontaminated Available in 20 different bore sizes, three wall thicknesses and three element lengths

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ACHEMA 2024

10-14 Jun 2024 Frankfurt am Main (Germany)

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