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About 50 ft Roll 3/8 (9.5 mm) Surgical Tubing

Whether you're a Technical Diver who needs to streamline their BCD Bladder with Retractor Bands for easier penetration Diving in Cavern, Caves and Wrecks or a Sport Diver that carries a lot of Gadgets and need to make Lanyards you can never have enough Surgical Tubing. Reel is 50' (15.24 meters) reel pack (random lengths; no more than 3pcs; no pc shorter than 4'/1.22 meters). Tubing's dimensions are 1/4" ID x 1/16"wall (?.008") x 3/8"OD (?.032"). Tubing is available in Black or Amber colors and is made from Latex. Tubing makes a great Save-a-Dive Kit item.

50 ft Roll 3/8 (9.5 mm) Surgical Tubing Features

  • Technical Diver Standard Issue
  • Great for Replacement Air Cell Retractor Bands
  • Streamline BCD Bladder for Easy Penetration Diving in Cavern, Caves and Wrecks
  • Great for Making Lanyards
  • Useful for Attachment of Accessories
  • Handy Item for Save-A-Dive Kit
  • Dimensions: 1/4" ID x 1/16"wall (±.008") x 3/8"OD (±.032")
  • Colors: Black or Amber
  • Material: Latex

50 ft Roll 3/8 (9.5 mm) Surgical Tubing Specifications

Material
Latex
Dimensions
1/4" Id X 1/16"Wall (±.008") X 3/8"Od (±.032")
Available in the Following Colors:
Amber, Black
Weight [with packaging]
1.8 lb
Mfr #
SKU
AQU2012R

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5.0

exactly what I wanted

By football coach

from springfield, IL

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      Comments about Aqua 50 ft Roll 3/8 (9.5 mm) Surgical Tubing:

      This product was exactly what I was looking for. Fast shipping as well!

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      5.0

      Great service and products!

      By Swansonic

      from Chicago, IL

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

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      • Easy To Use
      • Functional
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          Comments about Aqua 50 ft Roll 3/8 (9.5 mm) Surgical Tubing:

          The tubing is very well made and easy to use. I'm using some of this tubing for a clamping assembly (it serves as the inflatable bladder) and I have no problems at all.

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          Grace A  I am doing research of wave time.
          brent W  Need a continuous length of 40 ft (approx) is this doable. Can this be spliced? Tks
          JOSHUA B  In my experience it is rare to buy a roll of 50 to 100 feet of surgical tubing that has no splices to start with. I am used to seeing one or two. The splices are typically small barbed plastic end to end couplers. The short answer is that, yes. It can certainly be spliced in the same way. The long answer in the context of diving, I would avoid splices. As a recreational dive instructor and a cave diver, I look for potential points of failure and try to minimize them. I know that is not always easy. I would also be very careful about joining surgical tubing with a knot. Because of it's highly elastic nature, surgical tubing has a tendency to work loose when tension is repeatedly applied and released. Some really good and string knots simply don't work well with surgical tubing. I have used zip ties successfully, for example when making surgical tubing loops to secure gear. Zip ties can be used in essentially the same fashion as you would use cable clamps to form a loop in the end of a piece of steel cable. Without knowing what 40 feet of tubing would actually be used for that is probably the best answer I can come up with.
          brent W  Need a continuous length of 40 ft (approx) is this doable. Can this be spliced? Tks
          JOSHUA B  In my experience it is rare to buy a roll of 50 to 100 feet of surgical tubing that has no splices to start with. I am used to seeing one or two. The splices are typically small barbed plastic end to end couplers. The short answer is that, yes. It can certainly be spliced in the same way. The long answer in the context of diving, I would avoid splices. As a recreational dive instructor and a cave diver, I look for potential points of failure and try to minimize them. I know that is not always easy. I would also be very careful about joining surgical tubing with a knot. Because of it's highly elastic nature, surgical tubing has a tendency to work loose when tension is repeatedly applied and released. Some really good and string knots simply don't work well with surgical tubing. I have used zip ties successfully, for example when making surgical tubing loops to secure gear. Zip ties can be used in essentially the same fashion as you would use cable clamps to form a loop in the end of a piece of steel cable. Without knowing what 40 feet of tubing would actually be used for that is probably the best answer I can come up with.
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