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Viton Tubing Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of viton tubing manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source viton tubing manufactures with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate viton tubing companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture viton tubing for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading viton 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 viton hose, viton fuel tubing, or viton rubber hoses.

  • Southampton, PA 800-506-3924

    For NewAge Industries, the customer always comes first. This means providing them with the best service and quality products on the market. When it comes to all product orders, such as viton tubing, their talented sales staff has the experience to help determine the exact model you need for you application. For all inquiries, contact NewAge today so they can get started.

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  • Littleton, MA 800-882-3666

    As the largest in-house Pure Gum inventory carrier in the U.S., Atlantic Rubber Company has cost-effective and resilient rubber tubing. Materials we carry for all your rubber tubing needs are: latex, silicone and pure gum. Our natural rubber tubing is cold temperature and abrasion resistant. We are proudly ISO 9001 certified. Contact us today for more information on our products & services.

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  • Cleveland, OH 440-238-3009

    Are you looking for assistance to find the perfect product that adheres to all your specifications? Then GSH Industries is your right choice. Our main goal is to make sure you have the best product for your application. When it comes to Viton tubing, we offer expertise in application design, advanced manufacturing procedures, and outstanding quality control. Contact us for more details.

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  • Chicago, IL 800-782-7776

    If you need custom rubber tubing with a fast turnaround, Accurate Products is the company you need to call. For over 65 years, we have specialized in producing rubber parts of various sizes for various industries. We provide rigid and flexible materials and some are even available in different colors and textures.

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  • Stuart, FL 772-286-9278

    Since they opened in 1984, Britech has specialized in molded, extruded and die cut rubber products. Due to their ability to make custom moldings with fast turnaround times, the company has been able to grow from a small customer base in Florida to a nationwide supplier and manufacturer. For all production needs from viton tubing to more complicated projects, allow Britech to serve you.

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  • Conyers, GA 678-562-2097

    Accurate Rubber is an accomplished, best-in-class manufacturer of premium quality silicone rubber tubing. Our tubing is made here in the USA, and are available in standard and custom configurations. Other available features include regular and high-strength grade, colored tubing, and platinum curing. When you choose Accurate Rubber, you choose dependable customer service, short lead times, and competitive pricing. Contact us today!

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  • Blue Ridge, GA 706-426-0400

    With over 60 years of experience, Kismet Rubber Products has the experience and expertise to manufacture custom tubing and cord that meets or exceeds our client's expectations. Our 100,000 sq. ft., fully-equipped production facility allows for us to manufacture coil form, long straight lengths, and cut pieces. Industries we have served include electronics, aerospace, healthcare, construction, transportation, and more.

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Viton Tubing

Viton tubing products are hollow fluoroelastomeric channels used for the transmission of liquids and gases. Viton® was the first fluoroelastomer and was developed by DuPont Dow in 1957. It remains a registered trademark of DuPont Dow Elastomers. Fluoroelastomers are synthetic elastomers that are integrated with fluorine in concentrations of at least 66% in order to boost the material’s chemical resistance.

Viton tubing is prized primarily because of its resistance to petrochemicals, particularly diesel and other fuel varieties. For this reason, Viton performs very well and is frequently used in engine fuel line systems. Unlike natural rubber tubing, which can degrade when brought into contact with petrochemical products in sufficient quantities, Viton retains its integrity when exposed to petrochemical products. Viton is engineered to perform well at high temperatures; it can function without signs of degradation at temperatures as high as 200° C. It is also resistant to many oils, lubricants, and mineral acids as well as exposure to ozone. Despite these qualities of high performance, Viton is not without its defects as an elastomeric utility. Viton’s low temperature performance is very poor; when exposed to low enough temperatures for long enough periods of time, Viton can become cracked, which in fuel lines poses an extremely dangerous hazard.

Viton is an example of black rubber tubing, most varieties of which are applied in industrial processes or in other situations in which the tubing will be exposed to harsh conditions. One common method of Viton tubing manufacture is extrusion. The extrusion process involves forcing a raw material through a die in order to shape it into a usable product. In Viton extrusion, the process begins with a collection of raw Viton in a hopper suspended above a conveyance channel. When the Viton is released into the conveyance channel, a long shearing screw forces the Viton down the channel as it turns. The friction and pressurization caused by the turning of the screw causes the Viton to become molten. Once molten, the Viton is ready to be forced through the extrusion die at the end of the conveyance channel. A die, in the case of extrusion, is a specially shaped hole in a metal plate that gives a material its shape. When molten Viton is forced through an extrusion die, it takes its shape and emerges on the other side of the die as newly extruded Viton tubing. The tubing can then be cut to length and prepared for shipment to customers or for additional processing if necessary.

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