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Part# 05-04246
MFR Model# 0585-180


Flexible polyurethane tubing has greater abrasion and tear resistance than any other type of plastic tubing. Won't age or oxidize. Excellent low temperature flexibility - avoids brittleness. Tensile strength 5900 PSI. Use AN hose fittings such as AN840 with Breeze Mini Clamps, nylon or polyethylene hose fittings such as 0710-153. Sold by the foot.
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Worked well .

Charles P
March 11, 2021

I used the polyurethane tubing to connect my airspeed indicator to the pitot tube. It seems to be high quality tubing. It is flexible and tough. I used it to replace the same kind of tubing which lasted about thirteen years.

Merton M
November 23, 2019

just what I needed

T. M
October 6, 2019

Excellent service as usual.

Frank K
March 24, 2018


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Q: Would this polyurethane tubing good for gasoline? Part # 0585-071

Yes, this tubing is alcohol resistant so it would work with gasoline.

Q: Is this polyurethane tubing sold by the foot?

Yes, this is priced and sold by the foot.

Q: Would this polyurethane tubing good for aircraft fuels and kerosene?

The tech data sheet does not specifically call out aircraft fuels. It lists this material is resistant to oils, fuels, greases, and many chemicals.

Q: Is this Polyurethane Tubing transparent?

Yes, it is transparent/clear.

Q: Is this tubing suitable for a vacuum system? My aircraft (T6 Airtourer) has plastic tubing for its vacuum system behind the instrument panel, and I want/need to refurbish the system. It was built with this tubing in 1970.

Yes. It is commonly used in vac systems in experimental aircraft.

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