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Soft aluminum tubing for instrument air and vacuum lines, fuel and oil lines, and primer lines
If mfg test reports are required there is a minimum $15.00 charge per order. Charge is higher if more than 5 items. P/N is “certs” - please indicate at time of order in the special instructions box.
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A quality product and they are always quick with fulfilling my orders.
Best way to make lines period. Quality in materials goes a long way towards a professional job. Versatube to the rescue!
No surprises, exactly as stated in catalog.
Great stuff, exactly what I needed to repair a gas stove top. Bends by hand, standard brass ferrules worked perfectly.
Bought for pitot, static line to run back the full length of the fuselage. With aluminum I do not have to worry about deterioration over the years. I have not installed yet but see no issues with it. Perfect straightness does not matter with the tubing as it will be out of sight in the fuselage.
The 1/8 inch is approximately .009 lbs per ft and the 1/4 inch is approximately .026 lbs per foot.
Per the tech: short answer is yes. It is very similar in terms bend-ability to copper tubing.
Yes, 3003-O can be flared for use with AN fittings.
No, but 5052-0 alum tube is soft and is sold as straight tube. Not as soft as 3003, but can be bent and flared.
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03-40700 is 1/2" x .035" tube. I.D. is approx. .43".
If a maintenance/repair manual of a certified aircraft requires 3003-0 aluminum tube, then this can be used. It, like most raw materials, do not have an FAA approval, but meet material specifications, and this cert can be purchased. If required, the material cert must be ordered with the material, at the time of order.
This is commonly used in experimental brake applications.