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Instech Laboratories, Inc. Datasheets for Medical Tubing

Medical tubing is made from a variety of materials and is typically sterilized and small in diameter. Glass, metal, plastic, and rubber silicone tubing are used in a variety of medical applications.
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Product Name Notes
CO-EX™ infusion tubing was developed to prevent the loss of compounds due to absorption into the tubing, evaporation through the tubing, or alteration due to the leaching of plasticizers from...
Designed to connect microdialysis probes to swivels, pumps and fraction collectors, this custom-extruded FEP Teflon® tubing has the same ID and OD as our 22ga quartz-lined microdialysis swivels (0.006 x...
Durable and resistant to kinks. Not for intravascular use.
Instech Solomon's PE tubing solves one of the biggest problems with PE: the price. The low density formulation (LDPE) is comparable to that which is offered by the large catalog...
This is the most commonly used formulation of polyurethane for laboratory animal research. It is the same tubing we use to make our finished PU and CBAS-coated catheters. Sterilize using...
This particular PU tubing is designed for a reliable friction fit with 22 or 25 gauge swivels and couplers. The elasticity and thick wall minimizes the chance of accidental disconnection,...
This silicone tubing, made from Dow Corning SILASTIC®, is the latest addition to our line of bulk tubing for laboratory animal research. It is the same clear, platinum cure material...
This thick-walled platinum-cure silicone tubing is often used with Instech's Automated Blood Sampler. 015 is the standard used for mouse ABS tube sets, 020 for rats and 031 for large...