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5/8 Inch Cyclone Tubing FAA/PMA

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Part# 11-00504
MFR Model# LS03-04001

Overview

Sold by the foot.

Features

  • FAA/PMA Approved
  • Smooth Interior Design
  • Resistant to Interior Crushing
  • Flame Retardant
  • Designed for Avionics Equipment

Specifications

  • Material-Polyethylene
  • Temp-30F to 160F
  • UL94V-0-Self Extinguishing Material
  • Size .625 ISD 5/8 in.
  • Interior Design for Maximum Air Flow
  • Color-Black
  • Moisture and Weathering Resistant
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Reviews

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Art T Verified Purchase

5/8" CYCLONE TUBING FAA/PMA

June 15, 2022

This is high quality flexible tubing made for avionics cooling. Fits the air outlets w/o problems on Scandia or Lonestar cooling fans.

Champion A Verified Purchase

5/8" CYCLONE TUBING FAA/PMA

June 23, 2021

Purchased with a Cyclone fan for additional cooling to Garmin 430 and an Ipad docking station. Silverhawk Aviation here at KLNK installed it and did a super job. After first flight of installation I could tell the Ipad was not as hot as when I didnt have the fan and hose. Hose is doing its job *****

Chuck L
September 7, 2020

Much easier to use than conventional scat

Les H
August 1, 2019

The product is well made and easy to cut, but the ridges are so pronounced that it makes it very difficult to fit multiple pieces on the avionics fan when its outlet ducts are close together.

Robert L
February 8, 2019

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