Polyethylene Solid Tube - 2.2LB

Polyethylene Solid Tube - 2.2LB


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Make the most of your next project with our Polyethylene Tubing. This is a durable solution you can count on to last for years thanks to the overall quality of the material.

Made from 2.2LB density polyethylene foam, this solution offers durability that is never too heavy or weighed down which makes it ideal for a wide range of applications. Closed-cell polyethylene cylinders come in a range of diameters and lengths widely used in masonry and concrete work as a backer rod to fill gaps between slabs before applying filler, saving time and materials. It can also be used in crafts or as padding or cushioning for unique projects. Being smooth, closed-cell foam, it is resistant to moisture. The small diameter of this tubing allows us to spool it for a continuous length, making it excellent for larger projects where consistency is important.

Polyethylene foam's chemically cross-linked construction renders it shatterproof, lightweight and cost-effective. Its superb strength, shock absorption, flexibility and tear resistance make it useful in many industrial applications. Additionally, it is impervious to mildew, mold, rot, bacteria and extremely buoyant for use in flotation equipment and other marine products.

Tube Diameter Full Roll Size
1/4" 4000 ft.
3/8" 2100 ft.
1/2" 2500 ft.
5/8" 1550 ft.
3/4" 1100 ft.
7/8" 850 ft.
1" 600 ft.
1-1/4" 400 ft.

Custom Cutting is Available!
We can cut custom sizes of polyethylene tubing to meet the exact needs of your project for added convenience when shopping with us. Please Contact Us for details or assistance on this matter.

Made from 2.2LB density polyethylene foam
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Manufacturing Tolerances
Products may carry a size tolerance depending on the style and job. Please see our Tolerance Table.

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Perfect for metal building insulatio
Mike | January 22nd, 2020
I had an all metal garage constructed and afterwards realized, due to the profile of the metal panels, that there were a lot of 3/4" gaps at every structural upright at the corners along with the bottom of the final panels where they contacted the concrete foundation and along the top of the walls where they contacted the roof line. I tried various means of sealing those openings to prevent entry of insects and the elements but it would take a massive amount of caulk or other material to close them off not to mention having to apply multiple times to prevent sagging. Another option would have been to use expanding foam sealant but anyone that has used it knows the unsightly mess that type of product causes. The 1" round foam I purchased worked perfectly. I was able to work it under the bottom panels into the first 3/4" gap completely sealing the bottom edges from insects and weather. I then cut 2" sections of the foam and pushed them into all of the wavy gaps at the corners effectively sealing them from any insects and elements. This, for me, was a "perfect" solution.