|Neoprene tubing is used in instrument hookups and for battery drains. Use AN hose fittings such as AN840 with Breeze Mini Clamps, nylon or polyethylene hose fittings such as 0710-153. Not for use as fuel or oil lines. Part No. Wall I.D. Sold by the foot.|
This is excellent pitot static hose for 3/16 hose connections. It will work on 1/4 but the stretch is very tight. I dont know if it will deteriorte through time. Well have to see
I have a 05-00400 hose sitting on my shelf in stock and it is in great shape even though it is a couple of years old. Stored in a climate control room.
I would not recommend this hose for aircraft instruments, battery drains maybe It is very flimsy and easily pinched closed. Wall thickness is only 1/16 and the material is very soft (low durometer). I would recommend Aeroquip 306 for the pitot/static system
Too flimsy could not make it work ended up in the trashcan
Is not neoprene as advertised. Swollen into gasoline. Is a fraud.
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Per the supplier: No, it is not UV resistant.
The neoprene tubing is priced and sold by the foot.
Per the manufacturer: Without the customer providing specific expectations, we can tell them they can use a reference temperature range of -30F to 212F. Customer would still need to test and approve end use application.
It can be used or low vacuum applications.