CHEMICAL RESISTANCE TABLE
Acetic Acid 20% B   Hydrogen Peroxide (90%) T
Acetone C   Isooctane (158F/79C) B
Aluminum Chloride B   Isopropyl ether B
Aluminum sulfate B   JP-4 B
Aluminum sulfide B   JP-5 C
Ammonia, anhydrous T   JP-6 C
Ammonium hydroxide A   Kerosene B
Amonium thiocyanide B   Lacquer solvents X
Antimony salts B   Linseed oil B
ASTM hydrocarbon test fluid T   Lubricating oils B
ASTM oil #1(158°F) A   Magnesium chloride A
ASTM oil #3(158°F) B   Magnesium hydroxide A
ASTM reference fuel A A   Mercury A
ASTM reference fuel B (122°F) B   Methyl Alcohol C
ASTM reference fuel C C   Methyl ethyl ketone C
Barium hydroxide A   Methyl pyrrolidine C
Benzene C   Mineral oil A
Borax A   Naptha B
Boric Acid A   Nathalene B
Butane A   Nickel salts B-C
Calcium bisulfite A   Nitric acid (10%) C
Calcium chloride A   Oleic acid B
Calcium hydroxide A   Palmitic acid A
Calcium hypochlorite (5%) X   Perchloroethylene C
Carbon dioxide A   Phenol C
Carbon monoxide A   Phosphoric acid (10-70%) A
Carbon Tetrachloride C   Phosphoric acid (85%) C
Castor oil A   Potassium cyanide B
Chlorine gas (dry) X   Potassim hydroxide B
Chlorine gas (wet) C   SAE #10 oil (158F/70C) A
Chromic acid (10-50%) C   Sea water A
Copper chloride A   Silver nitrate B
Copper nitrate B   SKYDROL 500 C
Copper sulfate A   Soap A
Cottnseed oil A   Sodium cyanide B
Cyclohexane A   Sodium hydroxide (20%) A
DOWTHERN A B   Sodium hydroxide (46.5%) B
Ethyl acetate C   Sodium hypochlorite (20%) C
Ethyl alcohol C   Sodium hypochlorite (5%) C
Ethylene glycol B   Soybean oil B
Ferric chloride B   Stearic acid A
Ferric nitrate B   Sulfur dioxide (liquid) T
Ferrous chloride B   Sulfur dioxide (gas) T
Ferrous sulfate B   Sulfur trioxide T
Formaldehyde (37%) C   Sulfuric acid (5-10%) C
Formic acid C   Sulfuric acid (10-50%) C
FREON-11 B   Sulfuric acid (50-80%) C
FREON-12 (130F/54C) A   Sulfurous acid C
FREON-22 C   Tannic acid (10%) A
FREON-113 A   Tartaric acid A
FREON-114 T   Tin salts B
Fuel oil B   Titanium salts B
Gasoline B   Toluene C
Glue A   Trichloroethlene C
Glycerin A   Tricresyl phosphate B
n-Hexane (122F/50C) B   Trisodium phosphate A
Hydraulic oils B   Tung oil B
Hydrochloric acid (20%) B   Turpentine C
Hydrochloric acid (37%) C   Water (120F/48C) A
Hydrocyanic acid B   Water (212F/100C) C
Hydrogen A   Xylene C


TABLE KEY
A = Little or no effect
B = Minor to moderate effect
C = Severe effect to complete destruction
T = Test before using. No data but most likely to be satisfacory
X = No data but most likely to be unsatisfactory

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