Medical Grade Silicone Tubing

Medical Grade Silicone Tubing

This Medical/Laboratory Grade Silicone Tubing is specifically designed for use in medical devices. Available in 5′ or 50′ rolls, 12″ of this high quality, platinum-cured silicone tubing also comes pre-installed with select models of Clippard’s pneumatic or electronic pinch valves.


  • Variety of sizes available
  • Excellent flexibility
  • Easily sterilized
  • Contains no organic plasticizers, pthalates, or latex additives
  • No peroxide cure chlorophenyl or PCB by-products
  • Exceeds USP Class VI plastic tests
  • Meets ISO 10993 guidelines for body contact applications
  • Manufactured to the principles of FDA 21 CFR 210/211 cGMPs for Pharmaceutical products
  • Produced in an FDA-registered (CFN 1816403) and inspected healthcare facility

Material: Platinum-cured silicone
Durometer Hardness: 50 Shore A
Tensile Strength at Break: 1388 psi
Elongation at Break: 815%
Modulus at 200%: 299 psi
Tear Strength: 263 ppi

Platinum-Cured Medical Grade Silicone Tubing

Clippard pneumatic and electronic pinch valves utilise this Platinum Cured Medical/Laboratory Grade Silicone Tubing with a durometer of 50-55 Shore A. This silicone tubing is translucent silicone extrusion made from SILASTIC BioMedical Grade Silicone Elastomer and contains no organic plasticisers, phthalates or latex additives.

This type of silicone tubing is commonly used in medical applications such as drug dispensing, urinary collection systems, dialysis equipment, IV systems, on the waste side of instrumentation, and countless other applications.

Select models of NPV and NPP pinch valves ships with 12″ of this medical grade silicone tubing pre-installed.

Medical Silicone Tubing available in Clippard NPV and NPP Series pinch valves:

Related Products:

The Clippard NPV Series Electronic Pinch Valves  are solenoid-operated devices that are designed to open and close tubes for controlling flow of liquids and gases.

Clippard’s NPP Series Pneumatic Pinch Valves are air-piloted devices designed to open or close tubes for controlling flow of liquids and gases.