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Fluoropolymer Tubing

Corrtef™ Corrugated FEP
Fluoropolymer Tubing

Corrtef™ Corrugated FEP Fluoropolymer Tubing



  • Made from FEP fluoropolymer tubing
  • Corrugations allow a nearly zero bend radius – easily flexed
  • Can be extended or compressed without affecting the tube’s I.D.
  • Made without plasticizers which can leach into critical streams
  • Made from FDA compliant materials
  • Has all the chemical and electrical properties of straight-walled FEP tubing
  • May be overbraided with Kevlar® for higher pressures^


Chemical ProcessingCorrosives Deionized Water TransferHot Glue • Industrial Laboratory Uses Paint Spray Systems Pure Fluid Systems • Solvent Transfer

Physical Properties**

Hardness, Shore D

Tensile Strength, psi

Elongation at Break, %

Brittle Temperature^^, °F

Min. Operating Temp. for Tubing^^, °F

Max. Operating Temp. for Tubing^^, °F







**Values listed are typical and are meant only as a guide to aid in design. Field testing should be performed to find the actual values for the application.
^^Temperatures are for standard extruded non-corrugated tubing.


Vacuum Service at 72°F: 29.9 in./Hg.


Bend Diameter at 72°F: 1/2 of tubing I.D.


Optimal flow is achieved and turbulence minimized by passing fluids through CORRTEF in the direction of the corrugation angles (as noted).


CORRTEF is heat sealable, and the cuffs (straight ends) are made to accept standard barbed fittings. The end may be flared or expanded to permit shrink-tight connections.


CORRTEF is manufactured in an industrial atmosphere and should be properly sterilized for clean-flow applications. For optimal cleaning of CORRTEF the tube should be stretched to its maximum length and held vertically (direction of flow: down). NOTE: Due to the annular corrugations, it may not be possible to remove all traces of particulate from CORRTEF, even under optimal cleaning conditions.

^Overbraiding with Kevlar® will permit a minimum increase of 6X the listed pressures. Kevlar overbraiding is available for sizes up to 7/8” I.D. – call for details.


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Part Number(A)MAX
ID (in.)
Cuff Lengths (in.)
Wall (in.)
OD (in.)
(E)Maximum Available
Lengths - including cuffs (ft.)
PSI(at 72°F)
Burst PSI
(at 72°F)
3400075.250 (1/4).750 (3/4)0.015.375 (3/8)1262248
3400152.375 (3/8)1.0000.02.625 (5/8)1250200
3400229.500 (1/2)1.0000.025.750 (3/4)1242168
3400306.625 (5/8)1.0000.025.938 (15/16)1237148
3400383.750 (3/4)1.500 (1-1/2)0.031.063 (1-1/16)1230120
3400460.875 (7/8)1.500 (1-1/2)0.031.250 (1-1/4)1225100
34005371.0002.0000.0351.438 (1-7/16)122080
34006911.500 (1-1/2)2.0000.0351.813 (1-13/16)121560
34007682.0002.0000.042.625 (2-5/8)121248

*Workable I.D. length of the cuff. All lengths will be supplied with ‘B’ dimension cuffs (straight ends).
All pressures are calculated and not based on actual testing.
ID is the critical dimension for fittings application.

Custom Capabilities

Cut Pieces

All custom products are subject to minimum order quantities and lead times. For other custom options, please contact us.

Corrtef Tubing

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