Vinyl Tubing Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of vinyl tubing manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top vinyl tubing manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find vinyl tubing companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture vinyl tubing to your companies specifications. Then contact the vinyl tubing companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of clear vinyl tubing, square vinyl tubing, vinyl hose, or customized vinyl tubing of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • 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

    Are you looking for vinyl tubing? We can provide you with quality vinyl tubing products. We are dedicated to supplying our customers with the best vinyl tubing solutions. Our company wants to save you money! This is why we offer the option to create your orders with recycled materials. Regardless of whatever product you order we guarantee we will match your exact requirements. Call us today to learn more about what materials we offer!

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  • St. Charles, IL

    We offer a wide variety of makes and models for vinyl tubing. With over 40 years of experience we have the proper skills to match all specifications. These tubing solutions are guaranteed to last you for years and our after sales team will continuously support you if you have any issues. We will help you stay within your budget by providing you very affordable products. If you would like to learn more about our products then please give us a call today.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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Vinyl Tubing

Vinyl tubing products are hollow channels that are completely or primarily constructed of vinyl plastic. The word vinyl describes any material that belongs to the vinyl group of chemicals. The most commonly produced and used vinyl-based plastic product is polyvinyl chloride, or PVC. PVC is a versatile, strong, durable plastic that can be formed into many shapes and used for many purposes.

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Design of Vinyl Tubes

The most common vinyl tube, PVC, is a particularly appropriate plastic for the fabrication of tubing because of its resistance to many corrosive solvents and abrasives; it is even sometimes used to transfer hydrocarbons, which are particularly volatile. Vinyl tubing can be an excellent choice for transferring gasses, water and many other liquids because of its capacity to withstand pressure changes. Because vinyl in its unprocessed state is near-transparent, vinyl can be engineered to near transparency, which makes it an excellent choice in applications where close monitoring or measuring of tube contents is important. Health care applications of tubing, for example, often require easy monitoring of intravenous treatment equipment. Vinyl’s corrosion resistance, combined with its electrical non-conductivity, natural combustion-resistance and non-toxicity make it a good choice for transportation of demanding materials. Vinyl tubing is also used in brewing, pool operation, food processing, waste water management and many other applications.

Plastic Extrusion Process

Like most other plastic tubing products, vinyl tubing is most commonly produced through extrusion. Plastic extrusion is the process by which raw plastic materials are thermoformed (heat formed). The plastic extrusion process begins with a collection of raw plastic material that is placed in a hopper suspended above a conveyance channel. A long screw within the conveyance channel forces the plastic material toward a die. A die is a specially designed tool that is used to shape raw materials into a usable product. In the case of plastic tube extrusion, the die features a hole and a pin set in a metal plate. The plastic material, which is heated by the friction caused by the turning screw, is forced through the hole in the die, which causes the plastic to take the die’s shape. The plastic emerges on the other side of the die as plastic tubing, after which it is allowed to cool and harden. At this point, the newly formed tubing is cut to length and prepared for shipping or sent for additional processing. In the case of vinyl tubing, depending on the application, additional processing like coloring may be required. Many tubes are also labeled to allow observers to determine the tubes’ contents easily.

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