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  Pipe Fittings Chemical Resistance chart.

Chemical Type
Resistance Level (Compatibility)
Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
+
Aromatic Hydrocarbons
+
Alkalis
+
Brake Fluids
+
Ethers
+
Esters
+
Greases
+
Ketones
+
Fuels (Gasoline, Diesels)
+
Paints
+
Lubricants
+
Detergent
+
Drinking Water
+

Chemical Type
Resistance Level (Compatibility)
Zinc Chloride solutions
O
Fluorine
-
Chlorine
-
Bromine
-
Iodine
-
Nitrogen Oxides
-
Glycolic Acid Solution
-
Sulphuric Acid
-
Aldehydes
-
Acid. Weak/Strong
-
Organics acids
-
Phenols
S



Symbols used for describing the chemical resistance

+ : Very Resistant. Only slight changes to weight, dimensions, and properties. According to current knowledge, the medium causes no irreversible damage to the pipe.
 
O : Limited Resistance. Noticeable change in properties. Prolonged exposure to the medium may cause irreversible damage to the pipe.

- : Not Resistant.
Medium attacks pipe and/or causes environmental stress causing the pipe to crack within a short time. Irreversible change.

S :
Plastic dissolved by the chemical.