Interpretation of Chemical Resistance
The information in this chart is believed to be reliable and accurate. This information is intended as a guide for selecting products. for testing for appropriate chemical compatibility. Variations in temperature, concentrations, chemical combinations, durations of exposure and other factors may affect the performance of a product. Before permanent installation it is advisable to test the product with the chemicals and under the specific chemical and environmental conditions of your application.
ARCOR does not warrant, neither express nor implied, that the information in this chart is accurate or complete or that any material is suitable for any purpose.
Consult the product Data Sheet and SDS prior to making any determination. Ultimately, the user must determine the suitability of the materials used.
Temperature & Concentration Considerations: Resistance to chemicals is a function of temperature and concentration. All information provided in this chart is based on an assumed ambient temperature of 72 °F (22 °C), and with the given chemical and concentration, unless otherwise noted. Mixing or dilution of certain chemicals as well as combinations of mixing and dilution of chemicals may cause undesirable chemical reactions including the production of heat which in turn can cause product failures. Before permanent installation it is advisable to test the product in the specific chemical and environmental conditions of your application.
Consult the ARCOR Product Data Sheet, SDS and Technical Support prior to selecting a product and before any testing.