EPA-certified tubing and hose - Eaton Corp.

Nov. 6, 2009
EH049 ESP tubing and EH089 ESP hose feature a multilayer construction that includes a polyvinylidene fluoride barrier, polyester reinforcement, and a black melt-processible rubber cover.
 EH049 ESP tubing and EH089 ESP hose feature a multilayer construction that includes a polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDV) barrier, polyester reinforcement, and a black melt-processible rubber (MPR) cover to reach hydrocarbon permeation rates of less than 5 gm/m2/day. Both products can be used with gasoline, petroleum-based chemicals, and biodiesel fuel up to B100. Working pressures are 250 psi for the EH089 ESP hose and 50 psi for the EH049 ESP tubing.Eaton Corp., Eaton Center, 1111 Superior Ave., Cleveland, OH 44114, (216) 523-5000, www.eaton.com

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