Blue-White offers 3 tubing materials.


Flex-A-Prene (N)

Similar to santoprene

Ideal for most water treatment applications. Most popular option (90% of units)

  • 25% Sodium Hypochlorite

  • 50% Sulfuric Acid

  • 30% Fluosilicic Acid

  • Ferric Chloride

  • Alum

  • and many others.

Available in a wide stiffness range for both low and high pressure applications.

Flex-A-Chem (T)

Similar to Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE) or Norprene

Ideal for high concentration acids such as 93% sulfuric

  • Acids

  • Bases

  • Salts

  • Ketones

  • Alcohols

Available in a medium stiffness for applications up to 50 psi

G = Flex-A-Thane (G)

Similar to Polyurethane or Tygothane

Ideal for oils, fuels, and polymers, and can be used with a variety of chemicals including

  • Oil and Water based Polymers

  • Sodium Hypochlorite

  • Alum

  • Ferric Chloride

  • Fuels and Lubricants

  • and many others.

Available in a medium stiffness for applications up to 65 psi


Tip on decoding part numbers

Within the head section of the part number (e.g. S/N/GG)

  1. The first letter corresponds to connection type (S, M, B, Q)

  2. The second letter corresponds to material (N, T, G)

  3. The third letter(s) corresponds to size (E, G, H, J, K, L, P)

    1. Double letter = dual tube (EE, HH, GG, KK)

    2. "L" = low pressure or softer version of the tube (e.g. NKL)

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