Polyethylene Tubing Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of polyethylene tubing manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source polyethylene tubing manufactures with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate polyethylene tubing companies that will design, engineer, and manufacturer polyethylene tubing for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading polyethylene tubing manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for polyethylene plastic tubing, polyethylene irrigation tubing, or clear polyethylene tubing.

  • Southampton, PA

    A leading manufacturer and fabricator of flexible plastic tubing and hose, we produce and stock large quantities of a wide variety of materials, including PVC, polyurethane, silicone, nylon and many more. Tubing and hose styles are available in unreinforced tubing and reinforced hose for extra strength and pressure capabilities. Many of these meet 3A, NSF, USP Class VI, etc. We have over 60 years of experience that we want to share with our customers.

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  • Milwaukee, WI

    We have nearly 30 years of experience in providing you with the most reliable polyethylene tubing products. We can handle tough material requirements as well as precision tolerances. We are ISO 9001:2008 certified and we strive to provide customers with the best service in the industry. We provide polyethylene solutions for America, Canada, Mexico and Europe. We also stock a wide variety of materials in our warehouse so we can quickly respond to any production requirements.

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  • Middlesex, NJ

    Petro specializes in plastic tubing, offering custom extruded tubing, coiling & angle cutting. Our clear & color plastic tubing is available in Polycarbonate, Acrylic & PE-PP-Nylon. We have a full staff of engineers who can assist you, & we ship out stock products within 24 hours of your order. We strive for service. Our services, along with plastic tubing also include coiling & angle cutting.

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  • Johns Creek, GA

    We are a leading custom extruder of plastic shrink tubing, flexible as well as rigid tubing and profiles. Pexco offers tubing in a wide range of standard and custom colors in a multitude of material options like Polysulfone, PVC, polyurethane, nylon and more. We use state-of-the-art machinery and perform secondary operations on site, such as drilling, slotting, notching, etc. Pexco is ISO 9001 certified.

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  • Middlefield, OH

    When you choose Plastic Extrusion Technologies, you can rest assured that your custom plastic tubing requirements will be met with precision and excellence. We take pride in being a leader in the custom plastic extrusion industry, consistently striving to exceed your expectations and deliver the solutions you need.

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  • St. Charles, IL

    Here at Polytec Plastics we create the strongest, most long-lasting polyethylene tubing products. We can generate all types of thermoplastics and we guarantee that our polyethylene tubing will meet your needs. We have a large selection of standard parts which consists of thousands of channels, tubes, moldings and more. We have been developing these solutions since 1973 and we have the experience to meet your specifications. Contact us today!

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  • Strongsville, OH

    GSH is a manufacturer of plastic, extruded, nylon, polycarbonate and polyethylene tubing. We serve a variety of industries with our products, including automotive, consumer, electrical and marine. Superior customer service, product knowledge, on-time delivery and competitive pricing since 1986! With over 40,000 square feet of manufacturing, we offer extruded plastic tubing, in house tooling, etc.

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Polyethylene Tubing

Polyethylene tubing products are hollow channels made of polyethylene plastic. Polyethylene is a durable, lightweight, flexible material that can be used for transporting liquids, gases and some granular or free-flowing solids between machinery, between supply trucks and storage containers and in many other applications. Polyethylene tubing, also known as poly tubing, is used in a very broad range of industrial, commercial and consumer products contexts.

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Types of Polyethylene

Polyethylene is a versatile plastic and can be used to make tubing with walls as thin as soda bottles, or it can be used to make thick, break and crack-resistant tubing. It can be used in soda machines, municipal water systems, drainage systems, petrochemical processes and many more applications. The range of applications for which polyethylene tubing is used calls for an equally wide range of polyethylene varieties. The two main varieties are high and low-density polyethylene (HDPE and LDPE). High-density polyethylene is characterized by its thickness, strength and durability; it is used in the transportation of high-volumes of liquids or pressurized gasses. It is resistant to impact and can be corrosion-resistant. Low-density polyethylene is characterized by flexibility as opposed to HDPE’s rigidity. LDPE is more suitable in applications in which the tubing is moved frequently or is attached to equipment that is mobile.

Plastic Extrusion Process

Polyethylene, like all varieties of thermoplastics, can be fabricated through any one of several thermoforming processes. The most common method of plastic tubing fabrication is plastic extrusion. Plastic extrusion is the process by which a stock of raw plastic materials is melted, forced through a die and turned into a usable plastic product. The extrusion process begins with a collection of stock (raw plastic material) in a hopper suspended above a conveyance channel. The stock is directed into the conveyance channel, within which a long, turning screw pressurizes and moves the stock as it turns. As the stock progresses through the channel, the turning of the screw causes friction, which heats the stock. By the time it reaches the die, the combination of the friction and heat from electric heating elements along the channel causes the stock to melt. The die, which is a tool used for shaping a raw material, is in the case of plastic tubing a large plate with a hole and pin; the molten stock is forced through the hole and emerges on the other side of the die as a newly extruded plastic tube. Once shaped, the new tubing is allowed to cool and harden. It is then cut to length and prepared for shipment or additional processing.

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Lightweight Polyethylene Tubing from NewAge® Industries Offers Strength and Durability; Meets Needs for Both Industrial and Food-Related Uses

Zelite(TM) linear low density polyethylene tubing from NewAge Industries is now available to meet the application demands of both food and industrial uses. It offers ingredients that conform to FDA standards, is chemically inert and provides increased elasticity over other polyethylene tubing formulations. Applications include air and fluid transfer, food and beverage processing, wire jacketing and pneumatics. Zelite is lightweight and relatively low cost. Southampton, PA, November 13, 2014 --( Available now from NewAge Industries is Zelite(TM) polyethylene tubing in linear low density formulation (LLDPE). This formulation provides enhanced resistance... Read More About This

NewAge Industries Promotes from Within for Director of Sales Position; Responsibilities Include Sales Objectives, Productivity and Effectiveness

NewAge Industries announces the promotion of Michael R. Allard to Director of Sales. A four-year employee, Allard previously held the role of Global Sales Manager for the company’s AdvantaPure(R) high purity products division. “Mike is a key asset to the company,” stated Ken Baker, CEO. “He has complete understanding of how we want to progress, both with product development and sales growth, and has the knowledge and strategic ideas to help us get there.” In his new position Allard will oversee sales for NewAge Industries’ industrial tubing and... Read More About This