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General chemical resistance of elastomers
|Statement||the Los Angeles Rubber Group Inc.|
|Contributions||Los Angeles Rubber Group.|
|LC Classifications||TS1925 .G46 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||00698813|
Chemical Resistance Database: Plastics and Elastomers Details Over materials grades representing material types, consisting of neat and reinforced and/or filled thermoplastics, thermoset resins, rubbers, and thermoplastic elastomers are included. Viton™ fluoroelastomer synthetic rubber. Chemours All Rights Reserved. Privacy. The Plastics Design Library series (PDL) is a collection of data books, reference works and practical guides covering plastics engineering, applications, processing, manufacturing, material selection, product design, recycling and waste, and innovative series is aimed at a wide range of engineers, R&D, and other professionals working primarily in the plastics .
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General chemical resistance of elastomers book Resistance of Plastics and Elastomers is the world’s largest compilation of data that explains the effect of thousands of reagents, the environment and other exposure media on the properties and characteristics of plastics and elastomers/5(2).
General Chemical Resistance of Elastomers ASTM Material Chemical Group Generally Resistant to Generally Attacked by NR, IR Natural rubber, Polyisoprene Most moderate wet or Ozone, strong acids, Isoprene dry chemicals, organic fats, oils, greases, most acids, alcohols, ketones, hydrocarbons aldehydes to +90 °C.
THE GENERAL CHEMICAL RESISTANCE OF VARIOUS ELASTOMERS The following pages are offered as a general guide and inspection of the suitability of various elastomers in use today for service in these chemicals and fluids. The ratings are based, for the most part, on published literature of various compounders.
We cannot guarantee their. CHEMICAL RESISTANCE OF ELASTOMERS Martinel Drive | Kent, OH | Phone: or | Fax: | NOTE: This chart is only a general guide. General chemical resistance of elastomers book cannot guarantee its. The presence of halogen atoms in elastomeric macromolecules lends them some very advantageous properties, such as chemical resistance, flame retardancy, and less swelling in hydrocarbon solvents and oils.
Thermosetting elastomers containing halogens have been used commercially for decades. General Chemical Resistance of Elastomers Author: citrixadmin Created Date: 7/28/ PM.
10 rows Rubbers and elastomers resistance to chemicals, weathering, ultraviolet light and. Chemical Compatibility of Elastomers and Metals Technical Introduction This section explains the uses and compatibilities of elastomers commonly used in Fisher® regulators.
The following tables provide the compatibility of the most common elastomers and metals to a variety of chemicals and/or Size: 3MB. A general guide for evaluating elastomer and rubber chemical resistance to assorted common chemicals and fluids.
The elastomers listed are Buna-N (nitrile, NBR), EPDM, Kalrez (FFKM), fluorosilicone (FVMQ), Hydrin (ECO), Hytrel (TPE), natural rub ber, neoprene (CR), polyurethane (PUR), silicone (VMQ) and Viton (FKM).File Size: KB.
General Chemical Resistance of Various Elastomers This chart is offered as a general guide, including the suitability of various elastomers for service in these chemicals and fluids. The ratings are based for the most part, on published literatureFile Size: KB. Chemical Resistance Guide (OBCs), and VERSIFY™ Plastomers and Elastomers in different chemical environments.
A General chemical resistance of elastomers book of chemicals were chosen, including aqueous and oxygenated solvents selected from the ASTM D Standard Reagents General liquid treatment tests for vulcanized and rubber-like materials. (2). IPEX Chemical Resistance Guide for EPDM & FKM i Elastomers have outstanding resistance to a wide range of chemical reagents.
Selecting the correct elastomer for an application will depend on the chemical General chemical resistance of elastomers book, temperature and mechanical properties Size: KB. Elastomers are unique to polymers and exhibit extraordinary reversible extension with low hysteresis and minimal permanent set.
They are the ideal polymers relieved of molecular interactions, crystallinity and chain rigidity constraints. The common elastomers have characteristic low General chemical resistance of elastomers book, though with poor abrasion and chemical General chemical resistance of elastomers book.
DuPont Chemical Resistance Guide. The DuPont Chemical Resistance Guide helps you choose the best elastomer for your application. DuPont worked with the Los Angeles Rubber Group to update its valuable “Chemical Resistance Guide”, which has been an industry resource with performance ratings of 20 elastomers in over 1, chemicals.
ACCESS CRG. Chemical Resistance of Plastics and Elastomers (4th Electronic Edition) Details This newly updated Plastics Design Library (PDL) Chemical Resistance of Plastics and Elastomers is an exhaustive reference source detailing the effects of exposing polymeric materials to a unique combination of exposure medium and conditions.
Elastomers are unique to polymers and exhibit extraordinary reversible extension with low hysteresis and minimal permanent set. They are the ideal polymers relieved of molecular interactions, crystallinity and chain rigidity constraints.
The common elastomers have characteristic low modulus, though with poor abrasion and chemical by: The book is perfectly suited for specialists interested in the corrosion resistance and mechanisms of these materials.
Following a general introduction to the composition, properties, and applications of polymers, the book focuses on the effects of chemical corrosion caused by changes in temperature, moisture, 5/5(1). CHEMICAL RESISTANCE GUIDE FOR ELASTOMERS IV 12% NEW DATA, 15, NEW COMBINATIONS OF MATERIALS AND CORRODENTS.
Chemical Resistance Guide for Elastomers IV - a concise guide to. chemical and environmental resistance of rubber and elastomeric compounds, when exposed to various hostile Size: KB. of 38 results for Books: "chemical resistance guide" Skip to main search results Amazon Prime.
Eligible for Free Shipping. Chemical Resistance Guide for Elastomers III. by Kenneth M. Pruett | Apr 1, Hardcover More Buying Choices $ (1 new offer). General Properties1: General Chemical Resistance3 Resistant to: General Chemical Resistance3 Attacked by: Neoprene: CR: Chloroprene: Good weathering resistance Flame retarding Moderate resistance to petroleum-based fluids.
Moderate chemicals and acids, ozone, oils, fats, greases, many oils, and solvents. Chemical Resistance Guide 4 Nylon (Polyamide) is one of the first thermoplastics used as rubber cords, belts, sports apparel, and structural parts such as valve bearings.
Nylon has excellent resistance to oils and solvents, but limited resistance to alkalis and Acids. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Chemical Resistance Guide for Elastomers III by Kenneth M. Pruett, AprilCompass Publications Corp. edition, Hardcover. handbook. Instead, we refer our customers to the voluminous book, Chemical Resistance Guide for Elastomers III by Kenneth M.
Pruett (Compass Publications, La Mesa, CA USA: ) and to the many other handbooks and industry literature that specialize in the subject of elastomer. BASIC GASKET APPLICATION GUIDE & MATERIAL SELECTION Application / Function Chemical resistance of the gasket material is important because without it, the other GENERAL-PROPERTIES-OF-ELASTOMERS Plastics Engineered plastics are also a very common material for gaskets.
They also have a wide range of characteristics thatFile Size: KB. The DuPont Chemical Resistance Guide (CRG) – an elastomer selection guide – has been upgraded and is now available on-line and off-line for desktops, tablets and smart phones. IPEX Chemical Resistance Guide for PVDF i Thermoplastics and elastomers have outstanding resistance to a wide range of chemical reagents.
The chemical resistance of plastic piping is basically a function of the thermoplastic material and the compounding Size: KB. Where known chemical resistance varies with concentration and temperature, data is presented in descending order of concentration and temperatures.
Elastomer compounds covered in book. 50 Elastomer Compounds Included within Chemical Resistance Guide for Elastomers IV: Chlorinated Polyethylene: CM-(1) Chlorosulfonated Polyethylene: CSM. CHEMICAL RESISTANCE DATA These recommendations are based upon information from material suppliers and careful examination of available published information and are believed to be accurate.
However, since the resistance of metals, plastics and elastomers can be affected by concentration, temperature, presence of other chemicals and other factors. General Comments The data on radiation resistance have been compiled mainly for practical polymer materials that have been classified into four groups: thermoplastics, elastomers, all aromatic polymers, and composite materials.
The values of radiation resistance were determined by the change in mechanical properties. Radiation-induced File Size: KB. Warning: All pipe plugs must be blocked or anchored adequately against a force equal to the head pressure times the cross-sectional area of the pipe.
Debris or protrusions in the pipeline can damage a seal or rupture inflatable plugs. NEVER use an inflatable plug when its failure could cause injury or catastrophic damage or as the only means of protection for personnel working. “The General Chemical Resistance of Various Elastomers” by the Los Angeles Rubber Group, Inc.) were used to determine degradation.
• Breakthrough time (BT) is defined as the elapsed time between initial contact of the liquid chemical with the outside surface of the glove and the time at which the permeation rate reaches mg/m 2 /sec File Size: KB. Elastomers Polymers that exhibit extreme elastic extensibility when subjected to relatively low mechanical stress •Also known as rubber •Some elastomers can be stretched by a factor of 10 and yet completely recover to their original shape •Although their properties are quite different from thermosets, they share a similar molecular structureFile Size: KB.
Elastomer rubber compounds are made from five to ten ingredients, each ingredient playing a specific role. Polymer is the main component, and determines heat and chemical resistance, as well as low- temperature performance.
Reinforcing filler is used, typically carbon black, for strength properties. A plasticizer is used to improve low. A compilation of chemical resistance of more than chemicals in contact with 61 different elastomer compounds at various concentrations and temperatures.
The book is case bound hard cover with pages. Mechanical and physical properties of the elastomer compounds are included. "synopsis" may belong to another edition of this : Hardcover.
The General Chemical Resistance Of Various Elastomers This chart is offered as a general guide, including the suitability of various elastomers for service in these chemicals and ratings are based for the most part, on published literature.
Chemical Resistance Guide for Elastomers IV quantity. Add to cart. Where known chemical resistance varies with concentration and temperature, data is presented in descending order of concentration and temperatures. Mechanical, physical and electrical properties data for each elastomer is provided.
Elastomer Compounds Covered in Book. elastomers. Rubber compounding is a broad field. Basic elastomers are mixed with a variety of chemicals and ingredients to obtain desired physical properties. Many basic polymers are available that can yield compounds with unique physical properties.
Common Name Designation 2 Composition 2 General Properties 1 General Chemical Resistance 3. ASTM's rubber standards are instrumental in specifying, testing, and assessing the physical, mechanical, and chemical properties of a wide variety of materials and products that are made of rubber and its elastomeric derivatives.
Rubber, which can either be synthetically produced or derived from the milky colloidal suspension found in the sap. elastomer and has excellent all round chemical resistance to acids as well as alkalis, salts, alcohols and oxidizing chemicals.
EPDM cannot be used on petroleum oils. The temperature range of EPDM is 70ºF – ºF [ºC – ºC]. [Chloroprene Rubber abv. CR] This is an economical oring alternative where resistance to - Moderate temperatureFile Size: 1MB.
This “Proco Chemical to Elastomer Guide” is to be used only as a guide in selecting the most satisfactory combinations of elastomers for resistance to various chemical solutions. The specific ratings found in this chart are based upon past field experience, the advice of various polymer suppliers and specific laboratory experience.
COMPATIBILITY CHEMICAL COMPATIBILITY Chemicial Compatibility Guide The following information is intended pdf be used as a general guideline for pump material selection. The information accuracy of these ratings cannot be guaranteed, nor is it a complete list due to the extensive area of this field.
Materials used in the.The criteria used for download pdf ratings included volume swell resistance based on laboratory immersion testing, laboratory aging tests, actual field experience, and informed judgments based on experience in similar chemical groups.
The ratings for the six common elastomers are based on published literature and are offered for generalFile Size: KB.The book is perfectly suited for specialists interested in the ebook resistance and mechanisms of these materials.
Following a general introduction to the composition, properties, and applications of polymers, the book focuses on the effects of chemical corrosion caused by changes in temperature, moisture, and other corrodents.