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By NewAge Industries, Inc.
Thermoplastic rubber tubing called Suprene offers durability for fluid transfer applications in clean industries such as food, beverage, pharmaceutical, chemical and appliances and for industrial uses such as ink transfer and agricultural equipment.
By NewAge Industries, Inc.
NewAge offers silicone tubing that works with temperatures from -100°F to 500°F, a range not possible with many other common plastic or rubber tubing materials. Applications include beverage service, computers, and medical devices.
By Cole-Parmer
Tubing formulation offers performance with minimal environmental impact
By NewAge Industries, Inc.
While many suppliers of nylon-12 tubing have struggled with shortages, NewAge has been able to source the product and stock up. Raw materials have been in limited supply worldwide. Nylon-12 tubing is used for a variety of fluid and air applications.
By NewAge Industries Inc.
Polyethylene-lined EVA tubing offers the functionality and cleanliness of polyethylene with the flexibility of EVA for applications like food and beverage processing, fluid feeds and drains, chemical transfer, and appliance components.
By NewAge Industries Inc.
Newflex spiral-reinforced PVC tubing avoids the bulk and weight of ply-wrapped rubber hose. Newflex resists kinking and crushing and handles both pressure and vacuum applications. It’s available in food and industrial grades and in three styles.
By NewAge Industries-AdvantaPure
AdvantaPure now offers its APST silicone tubing in nearly 50 sizes for use in pharmaceutical, biotech, biomedical, chemical, food, and beverage applications. The wide range of sizes addresses requirements for multiple fluid transfer uses.
By NewAge Industries, Inc.
Hytrel-lined PVC tubing from NewAge(R) Industries satisfies different performance requirements for the interior and exterior of a tube. It’s flexible, durable, and suitable for both food and industrial applications.
By Flexible PVC
Online seller has rolled out a unique concept for the shipping of product ordered from their online website. They are calling it “SIMPLE AS THAT” shipping, and here’s how it works according to excerpts from their website:
By NewAge Industries, Inc.
NewAge Industries’ flexible TPR tubing is now available in both FDA and Industrial grades and in 64A and 80A hardnesses. The tubing is well suited for peristaltic pump use. Temperature use ranges from –60°F to 275°F (–51°C to 135°C).
By NewAge Industries, Inc.
Superthane(R) Pneumatic tubing from NewAge(R) Industries is specially designed for robotics, automated machinery, fluid circuitry, pneumatic control, and instrumentation applications. The tubing resists kinking as it bends in and around equipment
By NewAge Industries, Inc.
Marking its 55th anniversary in 2009, NewAge Industries takes stock of its achievements and looks ahead. The company added manufacturing locations and has plans for more expansion, new products, and the continuation of team member cross training.
By NewAge Industries, Inc.
NewAge Industries offers new catalogs featuring flexible plastic and rubber tubing and hose, fittings, and custom services. The catalogs support the company’s efforts to provide fast product updates and reduce paper usage and are available online.
By NewAge Industries, Inc.
The newly created position of Distribution Sales Manager addresses the needs of NewAge’s increasing number of distributors. 23-year employee Fred Pfaff has been appointed to the job. Annabelle Black, 22 years, now handles inside sales management.
By NewAge Industries-AdvantaPure
NewAge Industries manufactures and stocks its flexible polyurethane tubing, Superthane(R), in both ether and ester formulations. The tubing is designed to withstand wear, abrasion, chemicals, and moisture in a variety of gas and fluid applications.

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