Resistances

No material is resistant to all chemical influences.This is not really surprising because there are so many chemical influences. In fact, they fill whole volumes of resistance tables. The table shown below merely gives a brief overview of some frequently occurring chemical influences. The information in the table applies subject to the following conditions:

  • The chemical substance listed in the table is a basic material and not part of a chemical compound.
  • The ambient temperature is 22°C.
  • Chemical reactions will occur more or less rapidly and intensively at higher or lower temperatures, depending on the type and composition of the substances involved.

We shall be happy to assist you if you have any questions or doubts about the resistance of any materials. Email to Product Management

Zeichenerklärung / Signs and symbols       

Resistent

Resistant

Nicht resistent

Non resistant

Resistenzen / Resistances

 

Nichtrost. Stahl

Polyester

Polymethyl-
methacrylat

Polycarbonat

Polyamid

Inox

Polyester

Acrylic

Polycarbonate

Polyamide

Aceton

Acetone

Alkohol bis 30%

Alcohol up to 30%

Amoniak 25%

Amonia 25%

Benzin (Waschbenzin)

Petrol

Benzol

Benzenel

Dieselöl, Rohöl

Diesel oil, crude oil

Essigsäure bis 5%

Acetic acid up to 5%

Essigsäure bis 30%

  

Acetic acid up to 30%

Glycerin

Glycerine

Kohlendioxyd

Carbon dioxide

Kohlenmonoxyd

Carbon monoxide

Kochsalzlösung

common salt solution

Meerwasser

Sea-water

Methanol

Methanol

Natronlauge 2%

  

Caustic soda solution 2%

Natronlauge 10%

  

Caustic soda solution 10%

Salpetersäure bis 10%

Nitric acid up to 10%

Salzsäure bis 20%

Hydrochloric acid up to 20%

Salzsäure ab 20%

Hydrochloric acid above 20%

Schwefelsäure bis 50%

Sulphuric acid up to 50%

Seifenlauge

Soap-suds

Terpentinöl

  

Turpentine

Xylol

Xylene