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CURRENT ISSUE 47

  • Expanding and Renovating
  • Four Myths about Fittings
  • Helping to Educate the Next Generation

 

ISSUE 46
  • How It's Done – Hose Assembly Inspection
  • New White Paper – "A Comparison of Fittings"
  • Product Comparison – Butyl vs. Nitrile
ISSUE 45
  • How It's Done – Fittings Inspection
  • ESOP Update – Another 9% & Why It Matters to You
  • Meet the Team – Supply Chain
ISSUE 44
  • How It's Done – Molded Products Inspection
  • Market Focus – Eat, Drink & Be Merry Related
  • Tech Talk – Custom Terminology for Tubing and Hose
ISSUE 43
  • How It's Done – Tubing Inspection
  • Antimicrobial Tubing – More Sizes Now Available
  • Our Solar Power System Turns Five
ISSUE 42
  • Product Comparison: Fluoropolymer vs. Viton™
  • Hose for Food and Beverage
  • How May I Help You?
ISSUE 41
  • A Fitting Comparison
  • Silbrade® – Additional Lengths Now Available
  • 10 Years as an ESOP
ISSUE 40
  • How It's Made – Hose Assemblies
  • Myths About Thermoset Materials
  • Tech Talk – Resins, Compounds and Polymers
ISSUE 39
  • What's Antimicrobial Tubing?
  • A "Why NewAge" Update
  • Meet the Team - Marketing
ISSUE 38
  • What's New
    Platinum-Cured Silicone Hose
  • Market Focus
    Industrial
  • Product Comparison
    Unreinforced vs. Reinforced
ISSUE 37
  • How It's Made
    Cuffed Tubing Ends
  • 3 Myths About Thermoplastic Tubing
  • Tech Talk
    Types of Tests for Plastics & Rubber
ISSUE 36
  • How It's Made
    Heat-Formed Tubing
  • Fluoropolymer Tubing
    Back to Normal Stock Levels
  • Meet the Team
    Engineering and Facilities
ISSUE 35
  • How It's Made
    Platinum-Cured Silicone Tubing
  • Market Focus
    Appliance
  • Product Comparison
    Silicone vs. Latex
ISSUE 34
  • How It's Made
    Braided Thermoplastic Hose
  • DEHP
    What's the Worry?
  • The Story Behind Our Holiday Card
ISSUE 33
  • How It's Made
    Reinforced Silicone Hose
  • Sustainability
  • Tech Talk
    Physical Properties Terms
ISSUE 32
  • How It's Made
    Thermoplastic Tubing
  • More Not-So-Typical Applications
  • Meet the Team
    Silicone Manufacturing
ISSUE 31
  • Fittings 101
    Compression
  • Product Comparison
    Polypropylene vs. Fluoropolymer
  • Our 60th Anniversary
ISSUE 30
  • Market Focus
    Medical Device
  • Customer Loyalty
    How to Get It and Keep It
  • Dear Santa
ISSUE 29
  • Hose Clamps
    Different Types for Different Situations
  • Back to School
    Educate Yourself about Plastic Tubing
  • Tech Talk
    Extra Ingredients (Extenders, Fillers, Additives)
ISSUE 28
  • Fittings 101
    Safety Couplings
  • Why RFID?
  • Meet the Team
    Accounting
ISSUE 27
  • Fittings 101
    Cam Operated Couplings
  • Market Focus
    Food & Beverage
  • Tech Talk
    Product Comparison — Hot Bond® vs. Separate Pieces
ISSUE 26
  • Fittings 101
    Push-to-Connect
  • Made in the USA
  • Tech Talk
    Reinforcement Terms
ISSUE 25
  • Fittings 101
    Barbed
  • Helping Our Community
  • Tech Talk
    Custom Extrusions
ISSUE 24
  • The Nylon Tubing Shortage
    What's Going On?
  • Not-So-Typical Applications
  • Meet the Team
    Information Technology
ISSUE 23
  • Tubing & Hose Buying Tips
    #21: Tensile Strength
  • Market Focus
    Pharmaceutical
  • Product Comparison
    Peroxide vs. Platinum Silicone
ISSUE 22
  • Certifications
    What Do They Mean to the User?
  • Why NewAge Went Solar
    Becoming a Greener Manufacturer
  • Tech Talk
    Heat-Related Terms
ISSUE 21
  • Material Focus
    Fluoropolymer Tubing – Why the Shortage?
  • Walking for Charity
    Team Members Helping Others
  • Meet the Team
    Plastic Manufacturing
ISSUE 20
  • Tubing & Hose Buying Tips
    #20: Don't Forget About Fittings and Clamps
  • What's Important
    What Makes a Company's Financial Stability So Important?
  • Tech Talk
    Product Comparison – Semi-Rigid Tubing
ISSUE 19
  • Tubing & Hose Buying Tips
    #19: Explore Custom Options
  • What's Important
    What Makes Talking with a Real Live Person So Important?
  • Tech Talk
    Test Your Materials Knowledge
ISSUE 18
  • Tubing & Hose Buying Tips
    #18: Know Your Packaging Requirements
  • What's Important
    What Makes Responsiveness So Important?
  • Tech Talk
    Cleaning & Sterilization Terms
ISSUE 17
  • Tubing & Hose Buying Tips
    #17: Alternate Materials
  • What's Important
    What Makes Order Accuracy So Important?
  • Meet the Team
    Purchasing
ISSUE 16
  • Tubing & Hose Buying Tips
    #16: Abrasion & Corrosion Resistance
  • What's Important
    What makes on-time delivery so important?
  • Tech Talk
    Product Comparison — Silicone vs. TPR
ISSUE 15
  • Tubing & Hose Buying Tips
    #15: Consider Weight
  • What's Important
    What Makes Product Quality So Important?
  • Tech Talk
    Product Specification FAQs
ISSUE 14
  • Tubing & Hose Buying Tips
    #14: Surface Characteristics
  • Material Focus
    Acetal
  • Tech Talk
    Association Acronyms
ISSUE 13
  • Tubing & Hose Buying Tips
    #13: Quality
  • Material Focus
    PVDF
  • Meet the Team
    Warehouse
ISSUE 12
  • Tubing & Hose Buying Tips
    #12: Flammability
  • Material Focus
    Medical Silicone
  • Tech Talk
    What Happened to My Tubing? Craze, Bloom, Haze, & More
ISSUE 11
  • Tubing & Hose Buying Tips
    #11: Hardness and Softness
  • Material Focus
    Latex
  • Tech Talk
    Product Comparison – PVC vs. Polyurethane
ISSUE 10
  • Tubing & Hose Buying Tips
    #10: Moisture-Related Factors
  • Material Focus
    Polypropylene
  • Tech Talk
    Ordering FAQs
ISSUE 09
  • Tubing & Hose Buying Tips
    #9: Indoor or Outdoor Use
  • Material Focus
    Hytrel®
  • Tech Talk
    Thermo Terms
ISSUE 08
  • Tubing & Hose Buying Tips
    #8: Reusing Tubing
  • Material Focus
    Viton®
  • Meet the Team
    Sales
ISSUE 07
  • Tubing & Hose Buying Tips
    #7: Clarity
  • Material Focus
    Polyethylene
  • Tech Talk
    Custom Product FAQs
ISSUE 06
  • Tubing & Hose Buying Tips
    #6: Taste & Odor Transfer
  • Material Focus
    Fluoropolymer
  • Tech Talk
    Plastic Material Acronyms
ISSUE 05
  • Tubing & Hose Buying Tips
    #5: Compatible Ingredients
  • Material Focus
    Thermoplastic Rubber (TPR)
  • Survey
    Current Events & Your Business
ISSUE 04
  • Tubing & Hose Buying Tips
    #4: Flexibility & Kink Resistance
  • Material Focus
    Nylon
  • Tech Talk
    Being Cleaner & Greener
ISSUE 03
  • Tubing & Hose Buying Tips
    #3: Temperatures
  • Material Focus
    Polyurethane
  • Meet the Team
    Quality
ISSUE 02
  • Tubing & Hose Buying Tips
    #2: Pressure & Vacuum
  • Material Focus
    Silicone
  • Tech Talk
    FAQs on Our Inventory and Shipping
ISSUE 01
  • Tubing & Hose Buying Tips
    #1: Ingredient Approvals
  • Material Focus
    PVC
  • Tech Talk
    Tubing & Hose Terms

 


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