Can polyurethane tubing be used for fuel lines?
Article Title: Can polyurethane tubing be used for fuel lines?
Article Summary: Using Polyurethane for fuels and oils.
Article Date: 6/16/2008
Article ID: 474
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Combining good chemical resistance with excellent weathering characteristics sets polyurethane apart from most other thermoplastics. It has exceptional resistance to most gasoline, oils, kerosene, and other petroleum-based chemicals, making PU tubing and hose an ideal choice for fuel lines (although additives in today’s gasoline and petroleum products warrant field testing). Polyurethane Tubing


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