February 19, 2013 For Immediate Release
Southampton, PA. – NewAge Industries’ Silcon tubing takes care of needs that other tubing materials can’t, which most notably is combining flexibility with temperature usage. This kind of tubing is found widely in the medical, food and beverage, electronic, and appliance markets. The silicone tubing can perform within a large temperature range spanning from -100 degrees to 500 degrees allowing it to be more universally used.
Silcon is the perfect solution when flexible tubing is needed in addition to hot and cold temperatures or rapid temperature changes. It is a thermoset material which is made by rubber that is cured by heat into an unchangeable state. After recurring cycles of hot and cold the Silcon tubing keeps its shape and is not affected in any way. This feature is very valuable to any business that uses hot beverages, computer equipment, and other applications that deal with temperature variances.
Translucent in color, tasteless, odorless, and made from FDA compliant ingredients, Silcon is certified by the National Sanitation Foundation clearing it for use in food equipment materials. However, when used in NSF applications, the maximum temperature of operation is limited to 350 degrees.
Silcon is made in the United States at the NewAge Industries headquarters in southeastern Pennsylvania. Stock is kept with 35 sizes available ranging from 1/16” to 3/4” I.D. Platinum-cured version, braid-reinforced, and vacuum-rated reinforced hose are other silicone tubing styles that are available through NewAge as well as fittings and clamps that attach to Silcon.
For more information on Silcon silicone tubing, contact the Fluid Transfer Specialists® at NewAge Industries, Inc., 145 James Way, Southampton, PA 18966; phone 800-506-3924 or 215-526-2300; fax 800-837-1856 or 215-526-2190; e-mail: email@example.com; product-specific web page on the NewAge Industries Website.