TexLoc Convoluted Tubing

In FEP and ETFE, the SAE-AMS-81914 tubing is provided in natural with FEP operating up to 392 degrees F and ETFE handling temperatures up to 302 degrees F.

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For more information, go to www.parker.com.

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