Aeromotive, a top manufacturer of aftermarket fuel systems and accessories, has released new, universal PTFE fuel lines and hose ends to be used in a host of applications.
These newly developed fuel lines and hose ends offer superlative resistance to harsh fuels such as gasoline, E-85 ethanol, methanol, and other racing fuels, as compared to traditional nitrile rubber hose.
PTFE carries a wide temperature tolerance, from -60 degrees to more than 200-degrees Celsius, making it the best choice for extreme conditions. Unlike rubber fuel lines, PTFE acts as a vapor barrier to preclude fuel odor from permeating. It additionally provides protection against any static electricity buildup with a built-in carbonized liner.
These PTFE fuel lines come in three diameters, AN-06, AN-08, and AN-10, and in four lengths ranging from 4- to 20-feet. PTFE hose ends are available in four sizes, AN-06, AN-08, AN-10, and AN-12. They are offered as straight-fitting, 45-degree, 90-degree, and 180-degree ends.
The Aeromotive PTFE fuel lines are available in raw, braided stainless-steel and black-jacketed, braided stainless-steel for an attractive finish and superior durability.
Aeromotive Inc. specializes in fuel-delivery and fuel-system components for sports, late-model, muscle, street rod, drag, tuner, off-road, and sports cars, as well as marine and powersports. Using aerospace quality materials and procedures and a meticulous approach to engineering, Aeromotive Fuel Systems offers the ultimate in performance fuel delivery.
Every product they develop offers some feature or benefit that elevates it from the competition. Every product that leaves their facility has been tested to the strictest standards and is guaranteed by Aeromotive for integrity and reliability.
For more information on the new PTFE fuel line and hose ends and all products from Aeromotive, visit www.AeromotiveInc.com.