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Applications

• Beverages, potable and pure water, wine
• Air, drain, light vacuum, wire harness
• General industrial, laboratories, wineries

NEXCLEAR® Clear PVC Tubing FDA, NSF 51, USP Class VI

Series 100 is flexible PVC tubing for beverages and potable water, non-fatty and non-oily foods and sanitary products. The tubing features a smooth interior that is abrasion resistant and will not impart taste or odor, and allows full-flow. The clear PVC construction permits visual observation of materials being conveyed. Series 100 also provides excellent general industrial service for low pressure air, distilled water, drain, laboratory, light vacuum, wine and wire harness applications.

NOTE:
Available in non-phthalate formulations. Contact Parker.

Tube: Clear PVC, 75A durometer
Temp. Range: +25°F to +150°F (-5°C to +65°C)
Brand Method: Black ink
Brand Example: PARKER NEXCLEAR® FOOD GRADE PVC TUBING (P/N) (ID) X (OD) NSF-51 MAX TEMP 150°F (65C) CANADA (DATE CODE)
Industry Standards: CFIA Compliant, FDA ingredients***, NSF 51 certified to 180°F (82°C)***, USP Class VI Rated Materials***
Vacuum: Light
Compare to: Kuriyama/Accuflex Klearon 73 Series K010
Packaging: Cartons, coils

 
 
Part No. ID
(in)
ID
(mm)
Wall
(in)
Wall
(mm)
OD
(in)
OD
(mm)
Approx.
Wt. (lbs/ft)
Approx.
Wt. (kgs/ft)
Max. Rec.
WP (psi)
@ 68°F
Std
Pack
Qty (ft)
Stock
Status
**
100-01020502 1/16 1.6 0.031 0.8 1/8 3.2 0.02 0.01 50 500/coil N
100-02040102 1/8 3.2 0.062 1.6 1/4 6.4 0.02 0.01 65 100/ctn Y
100-03040102 3/16 4.8 0.032 0.8 1/4 6.4 0.02 0.01 50 100/ctn N
100-03050102 3/16 4.8 0.062 1.6 5/16 7.9 0.02 0.01 55 100/ctn Y
100-03060102 3/16 4.8 0.094 2.4 3/8 9.5 0.04 0.02 60 100/ctn N
100-04060102 1/4 6.4 0.062 1.6 3/8 9.5 0.04 0.02 55 100/ctn Y
100-04070102 1/4 6.4 0.094 2.4 7/16 11.1 0.04 0.02 58 100/ctn N
100-04080102 1/4 6.4 0.125 3.2 1/2 12.7 0.09 0.04 60 100/ctn Y
100-05070102 5/16 7.9 0.062 1.6 7/16 11.1 0.04 0.02 50 100/ctn Y
100-05080102 5/16 7.9 0.094 2.4 1/2 12.7 0.07 0.03 55 100/ctn Y
100-05090102 5/16 7.9 0.125 3.2 9/16 14.3 0.09 0.04 60 100/ctn N
100-06080102 3/8 9.5 0.062 1.6 1/2 12.7 0.04 0.02 45 100/ctn Y
100-06090102 3/8 9.5 0.094 2.4 9/16 14.3 0.07 0.03 50 100/ctn N
100-06100102 3/8 9.5 0.125 3.2 5/8 15.9 0.11 0.05 55 100/ctn Y
100-07090102 7/16 11.1 0.062 1.6 9/16 14.3 0.04 0.02 35 100/ctn N
100-08100102 1/2 12.7 0.062 1.6 5/8 15.9 0.07 0.03 30 100/ctn Y
100-08110102 1/2 12.7 0.094 2.4 11/16 17.5 0.09 0.04 40 100/ctn N
100-08120102 1/2 12.7 0.125 3.2 3/4 19.1 0.13 0.06 45 100/ctn Y
100-10120102 5/8 15.9 0.062 1.6 3/4 19.1 0.07 0.03 25 100/ctn Y
100-10130102 5/8 15.9 0.094 2.4 13/16 20.6 0.11 0.05 35 100/ctn N
100-10140102 5/8 15.9 0.125 3.2 7/8 22.2 0.15 0.07 40 100/ctn N
100-12160102 3/4 19.1 0.125 3.2 1 25.4 0.18 0.08 35 100/ctn Y
100-12180102 3/4 19.1 0.187 4.7 1-1/8 28.6 0.29 0.13 40 100/ctn N
100-12200102 3/4 19.1 0.250 6.4 1-1/4 31.8 0.42 0.19 45 100/ctn N
100-14180102 7/8 22.2 0.125 3.2 1-1/8 28.6 0.20 0.09 30 100/ctn N
100-16200100 1 25.4 0.125 3.2 1-1/4 31.8 0.24 0.11 25 100/coil Y
100-16220100 1 25.4 0.187 4.7 1-3/8 34.9 0.37 0.17 30 100/coil N
100-16240100 1 25.4 0.250 6.4 1-1/2 38.1 0.53 0.24 35 100/coil N
100-20240050 1-1/4 31.8 0.125 3.2 1-1/2 38.1 0.29 0.13 20 50/coil N
100-20240100 1-1/4 31.8 0.125 3.2 1-1/2 38.1 0.29 0.13 20 100/coil N
100-20280050 1-1/4 31.8 0.250 6.4 1-3/4 44.5 0.62 0.28 40 50/coil N
100-24300050 1-1/2 38.1 0.187 4.7 1-7/8 47.6 0.53 0.24 30 50/coil N
100-24320050 1-1/2 38.1 0.250 6.4 2 50.8 0.73 0.33 35 50/coil Y
100-32400050 2 50.8 0.250 6.4 2-1/2 63.5 0.93 0.42 30 50/coil N

Table Notes 
** Stock: “Y” indicates stocked item; “N” indicates non-stocked item. Stock status subject to change. Contact Parker Customer Service.
*** All compound ingredients used in this tubing are listed in the US FDA CFR, Title 21. Tubing NSF 51 Listed. Compound USP Class VI rated.









WARNING!
Working pressures are at +68°F (+20°C). Higher temperatures reduce the available working pressure. See the PVC and Thermoplastic Temperature/Pressure chart on page 445.