Finger Lakes Extrusion

When quality and performance count, FLEX Tubing is the clear choice. Finger Lakes Extrusion products are made from premium-quality PVC, polyurethane and LDPE tubing, and they are precision-extruded for reliable, leakproof connections. Finger Lakes' ISO 9001:2008-registered Quality Management System ensures consistent tubing with full traceability.

Company History

Finger Lakes Extrusion was founded in 1998 when William Scott and Kingsley Beck bought the Nalgene Tubing Products business from Nalge Nunc International. Bill and King brought with them extensive experience in tubing extrusion and a dedication to quality products and service. They located Finger Lakes Extrusion in upstate New York in the heart of the scenic Finger Lakes Region.

PVC Flexible Tubing

PVC flexible tubing, also known as polyvinyl chloride flexible tubing, or vinyl flexible tubing, is available in sizes from 1/16" to 3" inside diameter. This clear, thin, flexible tubing is ideal for many uses, such as food, beverage, fuel, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, chemical transfer and vacuum & pressure. Other colors include yellow and black.

LDPE Flexible Tubing

Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE) tubing is available in sizes from 1/8" to 3/4" inside diameter. This semi-rigid tubing has excellent chemical and temperature resistance for food/beverage and chemical transfer. Available in natural (translucent) or black.

Polyurethane Flexible Tubing

Polyurethane flexible tubing is available in sizes from 1/16" to 1" inside diameter. This pure polyurethane tubing, in ether and ester formulations, is recommended for use with high-purity applications, instrumentation and handling of petroleum-based products.

More information is available on the Finger Lakes tubing website.

Finger Lakes PVC tubing grades may be compatible with Tygon* grades R-3603, B-44-3, B-44-4X, S-50-HL, F-4040-A, B-44-4X I.B., NT-80, and Vincon*.

Ester-PUR FLEX 85 tubing may be compatible with Tygothane*.

*Registered trademarks of Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics