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Sioux Chief

Model 900-01406C00201

Internet #100136896

Store SKU #157440

1-1/4 in. O.D. x 1 in. I.D. x 10 ft. PVC Tubing

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This PVC tubing is manufactured to exact specifications which gives it the flexibility of rubber and the clarity of glass. The smooth dense bore maximizes flow and reduces sediment buildup, and handles a wide variety of chemicals, gases and liquids. It is resistant to acids, alkalis and many solvents which makes this tubing an excellent drainage line.

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  • Clear tubing makes it easy to see flow of liquids inside
  • Excellent resistance to acids, alkalis, and many solvents
  • Can be used as a drainage line or for protective insulation
  • Do not use with icemakers

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Is this food grade tubing?

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No, this is not food grade tubing.
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Would this tubing be able to launch a plastic ping-pong ball?

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using atmospheric air pressure from a bike pump attached to this pipe which will launch a ping-pong ball adjacent to it about 1ft to 5ft?
Or would a larger/smaller width be necessary? If so what would you recommend before we build our air trajectory contraption? Hope to hear from you soon!
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Hi,
Currently the uses for this product are for a drainage line or for protective insulation. Our product testing did not include launching a ping pong ball, so we don't have information to provide on this topic. Please let us know if you have any other questions or concerns, and good luck! Thank you.
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