Talk:Tube (fluid conveyance)
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push-to-connect fittings for ¼” OD flexible tubing. The tubing used should be semi-rigid and be selected based upon permeability of hydrogen gas. Recommended tubing materials include PTFE, polyurethane, polypropylene or PVC. http://www.tekstak.com/TekStak/Documentation/TekStak%20Test%20Infrastructure.html.Mion 21:13, 12 August 2006 (UTC)
Merge with Pipe (material)
Both this article and Pipe (material) state "The terms 'pipe' and 'tubing' are interchangeable." I propose that they both be merged into one article - either this or Pipe or maybe a new one called, e.g., 'Pipe and Tubing'.
--John Stumbles 10:04, 2 February 2007 (UTC)
Pipe and tubing are almost interchangable, as now stated in 'tubing'. Also, some tubing is square, rectangular and so on. You would be hard pressed to find a square pipe.
K2500 00:20, 10 August 2007 (UTC)
Definition and picture
Definition as stated here on wiki give tube a definition of a hollow cyclinder for fluid flow. However, the picture show pvc tubing to pass electric wire in it.
Martin -- Jan 16, 2013