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New Masterflex Tygon E-LFL Tubing designed to respond to changing environmental concerns

New E-LFL tubing from Masterflex

Tubing formulation offers performance with minimal environmental impact


The new Masterflex® Tygon® E-LFL Tubing from Cole-Parmer is now available for use in Masterflex® peristaltic pumps. This new tubing formulation is replacing the discontinued Masterflex® LFL tubing. The transparent tubing offers similar chemical resistance, purity, and long pumping life to its predecessor and is intended for use in a variety of biological, pharmaceutical, and chemical processes.

The new non-DEHP E-LFL tubing offers a BPA- or phthalate-free formulation to respond to changing world concerns. A new bio-based material used in the softening step of the E-LFL tubing meets many global regulations, including USp Class IV, EP 3.2.9, and FDA criteria. The tubing also meets EU Food Directive 10/2011. Samples, a complete validation binder, and compliance certificates are available for the new Masterflex® Tygon® E-LFL tubing.

For more information about the Masterflex® Tygon® E-LFL Tubing, call 0500-345-500 or visit ColeParmer.co.uk/19584



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