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- Length8 Ft.
- Inside Dia.3/4"
- Outside Dia.1"
- Material of ConstructionPolycarbonate
- Max. Pressure (PSI)400
- Temp. Range-40 to 250F
- HardnessR11, Rockwell
- Wall Thickness1/8"
- Tensile Strength9200 psi
- StandardsFDA Approved, CFR Title 21 Parts 170 to 199, NSF-51 and 61, PROP 65, USDA and 3A
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i am considering using as a boom or gaff for a land sailing machine,
This tubing has a Shore hardness of "D50" that means it is a stiff as Hard Rubber Tire or as Stiff as a piece of Teflon. This material falls between "the hardest rubber and the softest plastics. I am not thinking this would be as ridgid as a piece of wood, more like a section of Schedule 80 PVC pipe.
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