High Density Polyethylene
High-density polyethylene (HDPE) is a durable material ideal for many applications, and Qosina has a selection of HDPE tubing in stock. This type of tubing has an optimal strength-to-density ratio, making it a common choice for applications requiring a cost-effective solution.
Benefits of HDPE Tubing
Many additional advantages make HDPE tubing a common choice for a variety of uses in the medical device and pharmaceutical industries. It’s able to withstand a range of temperatures, going as low as -148 degrees Fahrenheit and as high as 176 degrees Fahrenheit. The material is non-leaching, UV-resistant and resistant to most chemical solvents.
The stiff material can be extremely useful for certain applications, especially when the cost-effectiveness and durability come with it.
Custom Tubing Orders and More at Qosina
As a leading global supplier of high-quality medical and pharmaceutical components, Qosina stocks an extensive supply of tubing types, including silicone, to meet a variety of needs. Our goal is to make it easy and convenient for you to find, order and obtain components in a fast and accurate manner.
We’re also able to meet specific custom requests. Although our HDPE tubing is not sold assembled, we are happy to provide quotes for tubing assembly, custom sizes, cut lengths and colors.
We’re also happy to answer any questions you may have about our HDPE tubing or any other products. With more than 5,000 components, we are primed to meet a variety of needs for the medical device and pharmaceutical industry, specifically kit packers and device manufacturers. Our components have been helpful for a vast scope of customers, ranging from engineering customers creating small-volume prototypes to supply chain managers purchasing production quantities.
Feel free to browse our selection of HDPE tubing, along with the other tubing types we offer. You may also contact us at any time with any questions or requests for product development consultations. Shop the medical and pharmaceutical components at Qosina today.