1/2" ID x 5/8" OD x 1/16" Wall Tygon® S3™ E-3603 Laboratory Tubing

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$ 4.50 
SKU: 7000F

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Tygon® S3™ E-3603 Non-DEHP Laboratory Tubing
This tubing is ideal for the general laboratory, analytical instruments, peristaltic pumps, condensers, incubators, desiccators, as well as gas and drain lines. This tubing offers superior life and minimizes labor and the expense of replacement. It is non-oxidizing and non-contaminating, and less permeable than rubber tubing. Coils are marked at 1' (30.4 cm) intervals for easy measuring.

  • BPA & phthalate-free
  • Contains only non-DEHP plasticizer
  • Crystal-clear & flexible
  • Glassy-smooth inner bore prevents buildup
  • Resistant to flex-fatigue & abrasion
  • Autoclavable & ethylene oxide sterilizable
  • Durometer hardness (shore A): 56
  • Temperature range: -51°F to 165°F
  • Meets FDA, NSF, 3-A & USP Class VI standards

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