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Looking for Either Canadian OR U.S Supplier of air hose as used by HWSNBN

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  • Looking for Either Canadian OR U.S Supplier of air hose as used by HWSNBN

    Hello
    I am thinking about a non sub related small project that will work with compressed air and I have sourced ALL BUT the air line that is strong enough to deal with pressurized air like Dave used in his Copper pressure cylinders. I need about 6` max with 1/16" I.D OR 1/8" I.D Max.

    Can anyone point me to a source?
    Thanks
    George

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    wainebee pnumatics Mississauga google you can .... address..... recalI I dont ,clippard valves etc, minature stuff
    Last edited by Rick Teskey; 10-11-2019, 10:50 AM.

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      Thanks Rick!!!

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      • #4
        I also bought some recently straight off of Clippard’s website - and was then contacted by a local distributor’s salesperson who just wanted to let me know they were available should I need any additional materials for my projects...

        Dead men tell no tales...

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        • #5
          Originally posted by DMTNT View Post
          I also bought some recently straight off of Clippard’s website - and was then contacted by a local distributor’s salesperson who just wanted to let me know they were available should I need any additional materials for my projects...
          What length did you buy and can I have the contact information?
          Thanks
          George

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Rick Teskey View Post
            wainebee pnumatics Mississauga google you can .... address..... recalI I dont ,clippard valves etc, minature stuff
            Thanks Rick
            I sent an email to them and will see after the long weekend if they reply.
            George

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            • #7
              Originally posted by george View Post

              What length did you buy and can I have the contact information?
              Thanks
              George
              Sure thing George. https://www.clippard.com/part/URH1-0402-CLT-050

              I got one 50 foot roll in clear. Worked like a charm.

              -Brady
              Dead men tell no tales...

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              • #8
                Originally posted by DMTNT View Post

                Sure thing George. https://www.clippard.com/part/URH1-0402-CLT-050

                I got one 50 foot roll in clear. Worked like a charm.

                -Brady

                Hi Brady

                Thanks for your reply. I sent you a email, did you get it? Please let me know.
                Thanks
                George

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by george View Post


                  Hi Brady

                  Thanks for your reply. I sent you a email, did you get it? Please let me know.
                  Thanks
                  George
                  Hi George,

                  I got the message you left on my profile, but no emails. If you want to email me your information at brady_duros@hotmail.com - I can send you a length of the tubing if you strike out with your other sources.
                  Dead men tell no tales...

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                    I have sent you an email.
                    Thanks Brady
                    George

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by DMTNT View Post

                      Sure thing George. https://www.clippard.com/part/URH1-0402-CLT-050

                      I got one 50 foot roll in clear. Worked like a charm.

                      -Brady
                      Just to let you know, I got your package.
                      Thanks again for your help
                      George

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                      • #12
                        Hey, guys. Sorry I'm late to the party. Just a word, speaking from experience. I really don't like that clear tubing. It actually has a "memory". It will expand at the section that it presses onto the fitting, eventually loosening and retaining its stretched shape. If you already bought it, be sure you're using the compression collars or you may find that the union let's go on you.

                        I much prefer the gray or white tubing.


                        Bob

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                          The gray or white being poly? as opposed to vinyl-good to know. It doesn't seem to like to make tight turns do you heat it?

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                          • #14
                            I've never had to heat it, and I make pretty tight turns with some of the routing...

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