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Chemical resistance
PVC dip mouldings have a generally high splash resistance to a wide range of chemical reagents. We recommend that we are advised of the environment in which the moulding is to be used in order that we can confirm the degree of compatibility and, if necessary, carry out tests.

The following table gives a general guide to the anticipated resistance of mouldings splashed with various chemicals at 20°C:
Resistant
Acetic acid (60%)
Ethyl alcohol
Calcium hydroxide
Detergents
Glycerine
Hydrobromic acid
Hydrochloric acid
Hydrofluoric acid
Hydrogen peroxide
Hydrogen sulphide
Nitric acid (50%)
Phosphoric acid (30%)
Sea water
Sodium hydroxide
Sulphuric acid (50%)
Transformer oil


Some attack
Nitric acid (70%)
Sulphuric acid (80%)


Degraded
Acetone
Carbon tetrachloride
Benzene
Petrol
Trichloroethylene
 

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