Epoxy Tubing


Filament wound tubes are wound from glass ­laminates dipped in epoxy resin, and offer excellent mechanical, electrical, and physical properties, even at elevated temperatures from 130ºC to 180ºC. (266ºF to 356ºF).

The flexible winding angles give unique strength characteristics, including high impact resistance. Great for kites.

OD = outside diameter, ID = inside diameter
Note: 48" tube will incure oversize shipping charge.


NOTE: If 48" OVERSIZE is selected, an additional S/H charge will be added to your invoice.

UPS Oversize Fee: UPS applies the fee to any package exceeding 48” however, they require a minimum of 2” around the product to reduce any possible damages.

Comparison of Standard Epoxy Grades
Key Characteristics
Test Methods
English Units (SI)
F2016-130º Filament Wound
Base Material

Glass Epoxy
Density
ASTM D348
lb/in3 (g/m3)
0.72 (2.0)
Flammability Rating
UL94

HB
Compressive Strength
ASTM D638
PSI (MPa)
2,000 (138)
Water Absorption
ASTM D570

<0.2%
Dissipation Factor –
Condition A
ASTM D150

0.017
Permittivity –
Condition A
ASTM D150

4.80
Dielectric Strength
(3mm Thick)
ASTM D150
volts/mil
(kV/mm)
250 (10)