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PEX-a tube
PEX is the nomenclature of one type of polymer, Cross-linked polyethylene. PEX tubing is widely used in the treated loop for hemodialysis, replacing the old PVC pipes.

Its main features:
-The tube is supplied in rolls, as if they were hoses, free of splices.
-Connections are not used to make curves such as divert from a door. The tube itself can be bent.
-In the derivation points for hemodialysis machines, 316 stainless steel connections are used which are crimped on the tube and NOT glued like on PVC.
-Its inner wall is almost 10 times less rough than PVC pipes, making it difficult for bacteria to stick to the pipe.
-The PEX loops are assembled with pipes of smaller diameter than those of PVC, guaranteed high speed of water circulation at all points, especially in the loop return.
-High chemical resistance when compared to PVC.

There are three types of PEX: Pex-A, Pex-B and Pex-C. All variations are high quality, but the most suitable for hemodialysis applications is type A.

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PEX-a tube
PEX is the nomenclature of one type of polymer, Cross-linked polyethylene. PEX tubing is widely used in the treated loop for hemodialysis, replacing the old PVC pipes.

Its main features:
-The tube is supplied in rolls, as if they were hoses, free of splices.
-Connections are not used to make curves such as divert from a door. The tube itself can be bent.
-In the derivation points for hemodialysis machines, 316 stainless steel connections are used which are crimped on the tube and NOT glued like on PVC.
-Its inner wall is almost 10 times less rough than PVC pipes, making it difficult for bacteria to stick to the pipe.
-The PEX loops are assembled with pipes of smaller diameter than those of PVC, guaranteed high speed of water circulation at all points, especially in the loop return.
-High chemical resistance when compared to PVC.

There are three types of PEX: Pex-A, Pex-B and Pex-C. All variations are high quality, but the most suitable for hemodialysis applications is type A.