I have a peristaltic pump that was having some leaks because of connections between the tubing so I decided to replace it all with a single piece of tubing. Upon doing this though, I observed that the tubing on the outlet side of the pump was being forced upwards.
My peristaltic pump comes with a base that is made out of plastic. I want to glue something to the outlet side of the pump that will create some friction on the outside of the tubing keeping it from moving. I have some M20 nuts that are just large enough to fit around tubing and might offer the proper resistance if I can adhere them to the plastic.
However, the metal has a black coating on it that might cause some issues, and I am pumping mineral oil so I need to use some glue that will resist that for prolonged use while the pump is on. I'm fine with the nuts being permanently affixed to the plastic. I was wondering if anyone on this forum has some ideas for glues I can use to do this.