# CHEMICAL RESISTANCE DATA

G=Good F=Fair P=Poor N=No

 Chemical Concentration % Nylon 66 Polyester PBT Polypropylene PVC Acetic Acid 100 P F G N Acetone 100 G G G P Ammonia Liquid G N G G Aniline 100 P G G N Benzene 100 G G N P Bleaching Solutions Dilute N G G G Caustic Potash 10 G G G G Caustic Potash 50 G P G G Chlorine Water Saturated P N G N Chloroform 100 N G G P Chromic Acid 10 P G G P Citric Acid 10 P G G F Detergent-Soap G G G G Ethanol 96 G G G P Ethylacetate 100 G G G P Formic Acid 98 N N G F Fuel Acid G G G N Glycerine G G G G Hydrochloric Acid 30 N P G G Lactic Acid 20 P G G F Methyl Alcohol 100 G G G N Mineral Oil G G G G Nitric Acid 10 N G G F Nitric Acid 50 N G F F Oleic Acid 100 G G G F Oxalic Acid 10 N G G F Petrol G G F G Phosphoric Acid 85 N G G G Sea Water G G G G Sodium Chloride (salt) G G G G Sodium Hydroxide 10 G N G G Sodium Hydroxide 50 G N G G Sodium Hypochloride 10 N G G G Stearic Acid 100 P G G G Sulphuric Acid 10 N G G G Sulphuric Acid 100 N N G N Tetrachloroethylene G N N P Toluene 100 G G N N Turpentine 100 G G G G Vaseline G G G G Vegetable Oil G G G G

The above information is given on the assumption that the temperature of the chemical does not exceed 68° F/20° C