|Actual inside diameter (in.)||0.25||Actual outside diameter (in.)||0.375|
|Nominal Inside Pipe Diameter (In.)||1/4"||Pipe Wall Thickness (In.)||0.063|
|Product Length (ft.)||10 ft|
|Application||Potable Water||Color Family||Yellow|
|Material||Rubber||Maximum Flow Rate (gallons per minute)||2.695|
|Maximum working pressure (psi)||15||Maximum Working Temperature (F)||185|
|Minimum working temperature (F)||-70||Pack Size||1|
|Pipe Features||No Additional Features||Pipe or Fitting Product Type||Pipe & Tubing|
|Product Weight (lb.)||0.233 lb||Returnable||90-Day|
|Certifications and Listings||NSF Listed||Manufacturer Warranty||Warrants each product to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal usage for a period of one year from the date of original shipment.|
A: This tube is very elastic,I think it will work.
A: It specifically says 'potable water' under product 'application'.
A: can not use for drink.Thanks.
A: NOT RECOMEND LONG TIME USE.
A: Surgical tubing and latex tubing are the same. Both are made from silicone or other substance. Theres also natural or organic rubber tubing made from the rubber tree. I'm familiar with rubber products from owning and restoring vintage Volkswagens. Natural rubber was used in the early years of production. Volkswagon switched over to using synthetic sometime during the late 1960's or there about.
A: It was not as pictured and horrible quality
A: That may be true. but; Why would Home Depot be selling surgical tubing?