Polycarbonate tubing…it’s for the birds

Polycarbonate tubing may have a tough exterior, but you can see right through it for all the durable characteristics clear polycarbonate tubing offers, even from your living room window.

Now the birds may not thank you, but you can be assured that next time you notice one of them safely feasting off the seed contained in your birdfeeder, it’s was all because of the polycarbonate tubing.

Recognized for its “chew-proof” qualities is only one of the reasons why polycarbonate tubes are chosen for use in bird feeders. This durable clear polycarbonate tube is designed to keep seed safe from squirrels, cats or other predators. Better yet—clear polycarbonate is eco-friendly and safe to use; and given the growing number of consumers who are opting for eco-friendly products, it would seem reasonable that the market demand for polycarbonate tubing would increase.

Of course, polycarbonate tubes are not only applicable for use in birdfeeders by environmentally-conscious consumers.

In many other applications that require that the tubing be unbreakable, multiwall polycarbonate is an ideal choice due to its dielectric strength and ability to withstand high temperatures. As such, polycarbonate tubing is ideal for use in electronic appliances were its components may be subjected to conditions that could compromise its function.

But whether you’re an a distributor of bird-feeder supplies, like polycarbonate rod or are looking to custom manufacture your companies own line of polycarbonate tubing for a variety of other industries, you can be assured that the polycarbonate tube will provide your customers with a lifetime of use.


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