EK announces their DuraClear transparent tubing

EK announces their DuraClear transparent tubing

EK announces their DuraClear transparent tubing

EK announces their DuraClear transparent tubing

 
EK has announced their new DuraClear series of transparent, flexible tubing, which is clearer and more kink resistant than traditional soft tubing. 
 
These new sets of DuraClear tubing have been in development for two years by EK, with the goal to create the most durable, flexible and transparent tubing on the market. EK's DuraClear tubing has very smooth internal walls, reducing the potential for bacteria growth and buildup.   
 

  

EK announces their DuraClear transparent tubing

 

 

Below is a table showing the pricing of EK's DureClear tubing  as well as its internal and external dimensions. This tubing will be available in 3m long sections and is designed to work well with EK's coloured coolant.   


EK announces their DuraClear transparent tubing  

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09-11-2016, 10:23:38

AlienALX
Nice to see that flexible tubing is staying around. For a while I thought that hard line looked soo much better (and does when it's done properly) but at the same time I kinda missed the lovely curves of soft hose. Flexible tubing makes it easier, but it doesn't look as good unless you do it properly Quote

09-11-2016, 23:50:09

Kushiro
Id be curious as how bad any leeching would be. That said I am quite a fan of the flexibility myself.Quote

10-11-2016, 03:44:39

Tolemac
I may well give this stuff a go when it becomes available in the UKQuote

10-11-2016, 04:04:06

SuB
Always nice to see new tubing products, would love to see some results of long-term exposure to the various coolants available though.

Perhaps some month-or-three long tests with active moving coolant to see how it reacts.

i.e. water (to test this theory of smooth wall)
water + biocide (obv)
glycol
pastel in all it's colours (because lets face it, it eats just about everything)
aurora (not that this is a permanent solution anyway)

Then all of those + coloured variations to see how resistant it is to staining etc
And again + dyes

Also how it reacts to heat + the above, so make sure loop is kept at various temperatures to see how it reacts + breaks down etc with various coolants.

Be good to know if it's food-grade or not as well.

Not an exhaustive list of tests, but I'd like to see a few before I trust a new loop to it Due diligence and all that.Quote
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