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Applications

Abrasive materials, anhydrous ammonia, herbicides, mild chemicals, pesticides, water
Ammonia applicators, seed insertion, sight gauges
Agriculture, general industrial, lawn and garden

NEXVA T EVA Tubing (RoHS - Series 440 Only)

Series 439/440 Ethyl Vinyl Acetate (EVA) tubing is designed as a lightweight, medium pressure tubing for anhydrous ammonia, abrasive materials, herbicides, mild chemicals, pesticides and water. The tubing construction is resistant to abrasion, ultraviolet light and weathering, and is available in black or natural colors.

NOTE: Do not use for high pressure anhydrous ammonia delivery/transfer.

Tube: Series 439: Black EVA
Series 440: Natural EVA
Reinforcement: None
Cover: None
Temp. Range: -50F to +125F (-45C to +52C) Working pressures are at +68F (+20C).
Higher temperatures reduce the available working pressure.
Brand Method: Series 439: White ink
Series 440: Black ink
Brand Example: Series 439: NEXVA T BY PARKER NEXGEN (P/N) (ID X OD) MAX WP XX PSI AT 68F (20C) CANADA (DATE CODE)
Series 440: NEXVA T EVA TUBING BY PARKER NEXGEN (ID X OD) MAX WP XX PSI AT 68F (20C) CANADA (DATE CODE)
Design Factor: 3:1
Industry Standards: RoHS (Series 440 only)
Vacuum: Light
Packaging: Coils

 
 
Part No. ID
(in)
ID
(mm)
OD
(in)
OD
(mm)
Approx.
Wt.
(lbs/ft)
Approx.
Wt. (kg/ft)
Max.
Rec. WP
@ 68F (psi)
Max.
Rec. WP
@ 20C (bar)
Std.
Pack
Qty (ft)
Stock
Status
** USA
439-14188200 7/8 22.2 1.125 28.6 0.16 0.07 100 7.0 200 N
439-16008100 1 25.4 1.250 31.6 0.18 0.08 75 5.2 100 N
440-06080300 3/8 9.5 0.500 12.7 0.03 0.02 75 5.2 300 N
440-06100300 3/8 9.5 0.625 15.9 0.08 0.04 125 8.6 300 N
440-06100501 3/8 9.5 0.625 15.9 0.08 0.04 125 8.6 500 N
440-08100300 1/2 12.7 0.625 15.9 0.04 0.02 70 4.8 300 N
440-08120300 1/2 12.7 0.750 19.1 0.10 0.05 125 8.6 300 N

Table Notes 
** Stock: Y indicates stocked item; N indicates non-stocked item. Stock status subject to change. Contact Parker Customer Service.








WARNING! Working pressures are at +68F (+20C). Higher temperatures reduce the available working pressure.