Chemfluor® fluoropolymer tubings have outstanding chemical and physical properties and can be used in a broad range of temperatures, from -400 °F to 500 °F, depending on the polymer type. Chemfluor® tubings are available in a variety of different polymer types including FEP, PFA and PTFE. The primary differences among them are use temperature, clarity and mechanical strength, while several chemical and physical properties are common to all. Chemfluor® tubings are manufactured from resins that meet FDA criteria. No plasticizers, stabilizers or fillers are used, so they are pure and non-contaminating. Unlike metal and rubber alternatives, Chemfluor® tubings are non-corroding and non-oxidizing. Unlike other plastic materials, they are unaffected by solvents, acids and fuels. Chemfluor® FEP and PFA tubings fully comply with the requirements of USP Class VI criteria and are non-toxic, non-hemolytic and non-pyrogenic.