|N Tubing - Natural||05-01010||3/16||.025||960||1/2||.006|
Nylo-Seal type "N":
Semi-rigid natural color (N) tubing is made of Nylon-II and is far superior to other types of Nylon tubing. It does not depend on moisture for flexibility and does not become brittle. It has excellent resistance to flexural fatigue and can be used where there is vibration or tube movement. Self-extinguishing under A.S.T.M. Test D635-44.
N Tubing is rated to 1000 lbs. and is excellent for instrument lines and other low pressure applications.
Nylo-Seal type "NSR":
Semi-rigid black (B) color or Natural (N) tubing is made of Nylon-II and is far superior to other types of Nylon tubing. It does not depend on moisture for flexibility and does not become brittle. It has excellent resistance to flexural fatigue and can be used where there is vibration or tube movement.
NSR Tubing is rated to 2500 P.S.I. and is excellent hydraulic brake lines after verifying it is appropriate tubing for your application.
Note: Brass Poly Flo fittings cannot be used with NSR tubing listed. Use SAE fittings, see Accessories tab.
Arrived as ordered
NYLON TUBING 33N-N 3/16
works great for protecting items from your safety wire. Takes a double wrap of .041 wire and protects carb bowls, oil filters, gascolators etc. Gives nice professional look to safety wire jobs.
Product was as ordered and of good quality.
Got exactly what I needed quickly and at a decent price
Tubing is semi-clear white, not black as picture shows, but it is nice and flexible. Worked wonderfully for installing a hard-line oil pressure gauge.
arrived on time, just what was needed
This tubing is exactly what I needed and the fact that I could buy it by the foot is awesome. Great product.
I am ordering this tubing for brakelines on an EXPERIMENTAL .... I have used it before. Easy to put together and performs as published !
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These units do not have any FAA/PMA. Experimental aircraft only.
Per the supplier: The working temperature is: -60 degrees to 200 degrees.