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10/7/989:09 AMPage 5-1First choice whenquality counts. TheDiaphragmPumpBusinessUnitCHEMICAL COMPATIBILITY5-1 thru 5-28Chemical Compatibility Guide5-1Form No. 314-790 Rev. AAChemical Compatibility Guide

5-1 thru 5-2810/7/989:09 AMPage 5-2NotesThe information in these charts isintended only as a guide for pumpmaterial selection. The data indicatethe ability of materials to chemicallyresist various substances.This information has been compiledfrom various sources believed to bereliable, but verification testing hasnot been performed by Graco. Gracoassumes no liability for the accuracyof the information.To verify compatibility or suitabilityof a material for a specificapplication, the material should betested for compatibility underspecific service or simulatedduplicate conditions. Chemicalresistance of materials can varywidely, and is affected by factorssuch as temperature, aeration,oxidizing agents and fluidmovement.Material chemical compatibility isconsidered to be for materialsbetween room temperature and120 F unless otherwise specified.5-2Chemical Compatibility GuideForm No. 314-790 Rev. AA

10/7/989:09 AMPage 5-3Table of ContentsTradeName/Material Cross Reference. 5-5 - 5-7Chemical Compatibility of Plastic,Elastomer, Leather and Metal Materials . 5-8 - 5-28Wetted Material Compatibility Guideline for MetalsFluidpH 543210StainlessSteelCast IronAluminumCast IronStainlessSteelTemperature LimitsTemperatures listed are minimum/maximum value of seal materials only andDO NOT take into account pressures, vacuums, etc. Refer to specific pumpTechnical Data Forms relative to pump temperature limits.Packings and DiaphragmsViton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -40 F (-40 C) to 350 F (176 C)Teflon PTFE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 F ( 4 C) to 350 F (176 C)Santoprene . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -40 F (-4 C) to 300 F (150 C)Hytrel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -20 F (-29 C) to 220 F (104 C)UHMWPE (Polyethylene) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 F (-17.7 C) to 140 F (60 C)Leather . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 F (-17.7 C) to 200 F (93.3 C)Neoprene . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 F (-17.7 C) to 212 F (100 C)Buna N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -40 F (-4.4 C) to 250 F (121 C)Polyurethane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -40 F (-4.4 C) to 200 F (93.3 C)HousingsAcetal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 F (4.4 C) to 150 F (65.5 C)Polypropylene . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 F (4.4 C) to 150 F (65.5 C)Kynar . . . . . . . . . . .40 F (4.4 C) to 200 F (93.3 C) with Teflon diaphragmsCHEMICAL COMPATIBILITY5-1 thru 5-285-3Form No. 314-790 Rev. AAChemical Compatibility Guide

5-1 thru 5-2810/7/989:09 AMPage 5-45-4Chemical Compatibility GuideForm No. 314-790 Rev. AA

10/7/989:09 AMPage 5-5Trade Name ReferenceTrade Names, their manufacturers and abbreviations for plastics elastomers andthermoplastic elastomers are shown in Table 1. This list should not be considered to becomplete; the intent is only to show representative materials for each of the groups.Trade Acrylonitrile butadiene styreneABSBorg WarnerMonsantoDelrinACGACelconAcetal:acetal homopolymeracetal fluoroethylenepolyvinylidene fluoridecopolymer ethylene & TFEEFTF, TFE, PTFEKY, PVDFETFENylon (Polyamides)NYPolycarbonatePCPolyethylene, ultra highmolecular weightPH, UHMWPEPolyvinyl chloridePVCPolyester:polybutylene terephthalatepolyethylene yetheretherketonePEEKDu PontCelaneseDu PontPennwaltDu PontGeneral ElectricMobay ChemicalDow ChemicalCHEMICAL COMPATIBILITY5-1 thru 5-28ICI5-5Form No. 314-790 Rev. AAChemical Compatibility Guide

5-1 thru 5-2810/7/989:09 AMPage 5-6Trade Name Reference (continued)Trade Buna N Rubber, Nitrile RubberBN, NBRGoodrichFirestoneVitonFluorelKel-FFluorocarbon (Viton)VT, FPMDu Pont3M3MFR-SStyrene Butadiene Rubber,Buna S, GRSSBRFirestoneNeopreneChloroprene (Neoprene) RubberNE, CRDu PontNordelEthylene propylene dieneMonomerEP, EPDMDu PontEPREpear 306Ethylene propyleneEPMGoodrichKalrezPerfluoroelastomerKRDu PontAdiprenePolyurethanePUDu PontPellen Corp.DisogrinElastomers5-6Chemical Compatibility GuideForm No. 314-790 Rev. AA

10/7/989:09 AMPage 5-7Trade Name Reference (continued)Trade NameMaterialAbbreviation ManufacturerThermoplastic ElastomersHytrelEcdelGaflexLomodSaniflex Polyester Elastomer(copolyesters)HYDu PontEastman Chem.CelaneseGeneral ElectricWildenSantopreneGeolastAlcrynWilflex Elastomeric alloysSPGLAdvanced Elastomer SystemsMonsantoDu PontWildenPebaxEstamidPolyamidesNoneAtochem PolymerDow oodrichMobayDow ChemicalK.J. QuinnMetal Wear SurfacesNitralloyHardened Alloy SteelNoneGraco Inc.Severe Duty Hard Chrome-PlatedStainless Steel 303, 304, 316SSGraco Inc.CHEMICAL COMPATIBILITY5-1 thru 5-285-7Form No. 314-790 Rev. AAChemical Compatibility Guide

5-1 thru 5-2810/7/989:09 AMPage 5-8ChemicalCompatibilityPlastic, Elastomer & LeatherO - Information not available or not ratedAcetalPolycarbonatePolyethylene HMWPolyethylene UHMWPolyvinylchloridePVDF KynarPolypropyleneNylonTeflonNeopreneEPDM (Ethylene Propylene)Fluorocarbon (Viton)Buna-N (Nitrile)KalrrzPolysulfide (Thiokol)Styrene butadienePolyurethaneLeatherPolyester Elastomer (Hytrel)Thermoplastic Rubber (Santoprene)AluminumBrass/CopperCarbideCarbon Steel HardenedCarbon Steel, Cast IronStainless Steel – 303, 304Stainless Steel – 316Stainless Steel – 400’sMetalACETALDEHYDEACETAMIDEACETATE SOLVENTSACETIC ACIDACETIC ACID TIC ACID VAPORSACETIC ANHYDRIDEACETONE 70 FACETONE 120 FACETONE 140 ILEACETOPHENONEACETYL CHLORIDEACETYLENEACID AOAOACID (MILD)ACID MINE WATERACRYLONITRILEADIPIC ACIDAERO AEROSAFE 2300AEROSAFE 2300FAEROSAFE 2300WAEROSAFE 1ACAEROSHELL LL 17 GREASEAEROSHELL 7A GREASEAEROSHELL 750ALCOHOLALKALINE LLYL ALCOHOLALLYL CHLORIDEALMOND OIL (ARTIFICIAL)ALUMINUM CHLORIDEALUMINUM AOOXOLegend:A - ExcellentB - GoodC - Poor, probably not suitableX - Not recommended, unsatisfactory5-8Chemical Compatibility GuideForm No. 314-790 Rev. AA

9:09 AMPage 5-9ChemicalCompatibilityPlastic, Elastomer & LeatherO - Information not available or not ratedPVDF KynarPolypropyleneNylonTeflonNeopreneEPDM (Ethylene Propylene)Fluorocarbon (Viton)Buna-N (Nitrile)KalrrzPolysulfide (Thiokol)Styrene butadienePolyurethaneLeatherPolyester Elastomer (Hytrel)Thermoplastic Rubber (Santoprene)AluminumBrass/CopperCarbideCarbon Steel HardenedCarbon Steel, Cast IronStainless Steel – 303, 304Stainless Steel – 316Stainless Steel – 400’sMetalALUMINUM FLUORIDEALUMINUM HYDROXIDEALUMINUM NITRATEALUMINUM POTASSIUM SULFATEALUMINUM NESAMINOETHANOLAMMONIA ANHYDROUSAMMONIA AQUEOUSAMMONIUM AMMONIUM CARBONATEAMMONIUM CHLORIDEAMMONIUM FLUORIDEAMMONIUM HYDROXIDEAMMONIUM ONIUM PERSULFATEAMMONIUM PHOSPHATEAMMONIUM SULFATEAMMONIUM SULFITEAMYL L ALCOHOLAMYL CHLORIDEANILINEANILINE HYDROCHLORIDEANIMAL OIL (LARD REEZE (ALCOHOL BASE)ANTI-FREEZE (GLYCOL BASE)ANTIMONY TRICHLORIDEAQUA XOAROMATIC HYDROCARBONSARSENIC ACIDASPHALTASPHALT EMULSIONSATMOSPHERE, Legend:A - ExcellentB - GoodC - Poor, probably not suitableX - Not recommended, unsatisfactoryCHEMICAL e HMWPolyethylene UHMWPolyvinylchloride5-1 thru 5-285-9Form No. 314-790 Rev. AAChemical Compatibility Guide

5-1 thru 5-2810/7/989:09 AMPage 5-10ChemicalCompatibilityPlastic, Elastomer & LeatherO - Information not available or not ratedAcetalPolycarbonatePolyethylene HMWPolyethylene UHMWPolyvinylchloridePVDF KynarPolypropyleneNylonTeflonNeopreneEPDM (Ethylene Propylene)Fluorocarbon (Viton)Buna-N (Nitrile)KalrrzPolysulfide (Thiokol)Styrene butadienePolyurethaneLeatherPolyester Elastomer (Hytrel)Thermoplastic Rubber (Santoprene)AluminumBrass/CopperCarbideCarbon Steel HardenedCarbon Steel, Cast IronStainless Steel – 303, 304Stainless Steel – 316Stainless Steel – 400’sMetalATMOSPHERE, MARINEATMOSPHERE, RURALAUTOMATIC BRAKE FLUIDAUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUIDAUTOMOTIVE GASOLINE AVIATION GASOLINE, MIL.BANANA OILBARBEQUE SAUCEBARIUM CARBONATEBARIUM RIUM CYANIDEBARIUM HYDROXIDEBARIUM NITRATEBARIUM SULFATEBARIUM RBEER (ALCOHOL IND.)BEER (BEVERAGE IND.)BEET SUGAR LIQUIDSBEET SUGAR ZALDEHYDEBENZENEBENZENE HOTBENZENE SULFONIC ACIDBENZOIC ITRILEBENZYL ALCOHOLBENZYL CHLORIDEBLEACH LIQUORBLEACH LEACHING POWDER (WET)BLOODBLOOD (MEAT JUICES - COLD)BORAXBORIC :A - ExcellentB - GoodC - Poor, probably not suitableX - Not recommended, unsatisfactory5-10Chemical Compatibility GuideForm No. 314-790 Rev. AA

9:09 AMPage 5-11ChemicalCompatibilityPlastic, Elastomer & LeatherO - Information not available or not ratedPVDF KynarPolypropyleneNylonTeflonNeopreneEPDM (Ethylene Propylene)Fluorocarbon (Viton)Buna-N (Nitrile)KalrrzPolysulfide (Thiokol)Styrene butadienePolyurethaneLeatherPolyester Elastomer (Hytrel)Thermoplastic Rubber (Santoprene)AluminumBrass/CopperCarbideCarbon Steel HardenedCarbon Steel, Cast IronStainless Steel – 303, 304Stainless Steel – 316Stainless Steel – 400’sMetalBRAKE FLUID (NON-PETROLEUM)BROMINE DRY GASBROMINE MOIST XAAAXXAABUTANOL (BUTYL ALCOHOL)BUTTERBUTTER - ANIMAL FATBUTTERMILKBUTYL YL AMINEBUTYL CHLORIDEBUTYL ETHERBUTYL OOOOOOOBUTYRIC ACID CONCENTRATEDBUTYRIC ACID 5%CALCIUM BISULFITECALCIUM CARBONATECALCIUM CHLORIDE IUM CHLORIDE SATURATEDCALCIUM HYDROXIDE 10%CALCIUM HYDROXIDE 20%CALCIUM HYDROXIDE 30%CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE 2% CIUM HYPOCHLORITE 100%CALCIUM NITRITECALCIUM SULFATECANE JUICECANE SUGAR BOLIC ACID (PHENOL)CARBON DIOXIDECARBON DISULFIDECARBON MONOXIDECARBON TETRACHLORIDE A - ExcellentB - GoodC - Poor, probably not suitableX - Not recommended, unsatisfactoryCHEMICAL e HMWPolyethylene UHMWPolyvinylchloride5-1 thru 5-285-11Form No. 314-790 Rev. AAChemical Compatibility Guide

5-1 thru 5-2810/7/989:09 AMPage 5-12ChemicalCompatibilityPlastic, Elastomer & LeatherO - Information not available or not ratedAcetalPolycarbonatePolyethylene HMWPolyethylene UHMWPolyvinylchloridePVDF KynarPolypropyleneNylonTeflonNeopreneEPDM (Ethylene Propylene)Fluorocarbon (Viton)Buna-N (Nitrile)KalrrzPolysulfide (Thiokol)Styrene butadienePolyurethaneLeatherPolyester Elastomer (Hytrel)Thermoplastic Rubber (Santoprene)AluminumBrass/CopperCarbideCarbon Steel HardenedCarbon Steel, Cast IronStainless Steel – 303, 304Stainless Steel – 316Stainless Steel – 400’sMetalCARBON TETRACHLORIDE WETCARBONIC ACIDCASTOR OILCATSUP AAOOOOCELLOSOLVE, ACETATECELLOSOLVE, BUTYLCELLOSOLVECHINA WOOD OIL (TUNG OIL)CHLORIC ACID INATED WATERCHLORINE DRYCHLORIN E WETCHLOROACETIC LFONIC ACIDCHLOROSULFONIC ACID ROX (BLEACH)CHOCOLATE SYRUPCHROMIC ACID CONCENTRATEDCHROMIC ACID DILUTECIDER (APPLE IC ACID CONCENTRATEDCITRIC ACID DILUTECOCA COLA SYRUPCOCONUT OIL (COCONUT BUTTER)COD LIVER OIL (FISH AOOOOAOOAOAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAAOAAAAOAOOOOOCOPPER CYANIDECOPPER FLUORIDECOPPER NITRITECOPPER SULFATECORN A - ExcellentB - GoodC - Poor, probably not suitableX - Not recommended, unsatisfactory5-12Chemical Compatibility GuideForm No. 314-790 Rev. AA

9:09 AMPage 5-13ChemicalCompatibilityPlastic, Elastomer & LeatherO - Information not available or not ratedPVDF KynarPolypropyleneNylonTeflonNeopreneEPDM (Ethylene Propylene)Fluorocarbon (Viton)Buna-N (Nitrile)KalrrzPolysulfide (Thiokol)Styrene butadienePolyurethaneLeatherPolyester Elastomer (Hytrel)Thermoplastic Rubber (Santoprene)AluminumBrass/CopperCarbideCarbon Steel HardenedCarbon Steel, Cast IronStainless Steel – 303, 304Stainless Steel – 316Stainless Steel – 400’sMetalCOTTONSEED OILCREOSOTE HOTCRESYLDIPHENYL PHOSPHATECRESYLIC ACIDCRUDE OOOABOAAAOOOOOOOAOAOOAOABOABABOAAABOAAABOOBCUPRIC CHLORIDECUTTING OIL (SULFUR BASE)CUTTING OIL (WATER SOLUBLE)CYANIC COOOACYCLOHEXANOLCYCLOHEXANONEDE-IONIZED WATERDETERGENT SOLUTIONSDETERGENTS CETONE ALCOHOL (ACETAL)DIBASIC ESTERDIBUTYL PHTHALATEDICHLOROBENZENEDICHLORODIFLUORO HLOROETHANEDICHLOROETHYLENEDIESEL FUELDIETHANOLAMINEDIETHYL YLAMINEDIETHYLENE GLYCOLDIISOBUTYLENEDIMETHYL ANILINEDIMETHYL IMETHYL PHTHALATEDIMETHYL SULFOXIDEDIOCTYL PHTHALATEDIPHENYLDIPHENYL d:A - ExcellentB - GoodC - Poor, probably not suitableX - Not recommended, unsatisfactoryCHEMICAL e HMWPolyethylene UHMWPolyvinylchloride5-1 thru 5-285-13Form No. 314-790 Rev. AAChemical Compatibility Guide

5-1 thru 5-2810/7/989:09 AMPage 5-14ChemicalCompatibilityPlastic, Elastomer & LeatherO - Information not available or not ratedAcetalPolycarbonatePolyethylene HMWPolyethylene UHMWPolyvinylchloridePVDF KynarPolypropyleneNylonTeflonNeopreneEPDM (Ethylene Propylene)Fluorocarbon (Viton)Buna-N (Nitrile)KalrrzPolysulfide (Thiokol)Styrene butadienePolyurethaneLeatherPolyester Elastomer (Hytrel)Thermoplastic Rubber (Santoprene)AluminumBrass/CopperCarbideCarbon Steel HardenedCarbon Steel, Cast IronStainless Steel – 303, 304Stainless Steel – 316Stainless Steel – 400’sMetalDIPHENYL OXIDEDIPROPYLENE GLYCOLDOW THERMDRILLING MUD (OIL BASE)DRILLING MUD (WATER OAOOOAOAOOOOOOOOOOOOAOAOOAOAOOAOAOOAAAOOAOAOODRY CLEANING FLUIDEPICHLOROHYDRIN AOAAAAOAAAAOAAAAOAETHERSETHYL ACETATE 120 FETHYL ACETATE 140 FETHYL ACETATE 70 FETHYL YL BENZOATEETHYL BUTYRATEETHYL CHLORIDE WETETHYL ETHERETHER YLENE BROMIDEETHYLENE CHLORIDEETHYLENE CHLOROHYDRINETHYLENE DIAMINEETHYLENE THYLENE DICHLORIDEETHYLENE GLYCOLETHYLENE OXIDEFATTY ACIDSFERRIC RRIC CHLORIDE CONCENTRATEDFERRIC NITRATEFERRIC SULFATEFERROUS CHLORIDEFERROUS end:A - ExcellentB - GoodC - Poor, probably not suitableX - Not recommended, unsatisfactory5-14Chemical Compatibility GuideForm No. 314-790 Rev. AA

9:09 AMPage 5-15ChemicalCompatibilityPlastic, Elastomer & LeatherO - Information not available or not ratedPVDF KynarPolypropyleneNylonTeflonNeopreneEPDM (Ethylene Propylene)Fluorocarbon (Viton)Buna-N (Nitrile)KalrrzPolysulfide (Thiokol)Styrene butadienePolyurethaneLeatherPolyester Elastomer (Hytrel)Thermoplastic Rubber (Santoprene)AluminumBrass/CopperCarbideCarbon Steel HardenedCarbon Steel, Cast IronStainless Steel – 303, 304Stainless Steel – 316Stainless Steel – 400’sMetalFLUOBORIC ACIDFLUORINE GAS DRY - 300 FFLUORINE GAS DRY - 300 FFLUORINE GAS WETFLUOSILICIC DEHYDEFORMIC ACIDFREON BFFREON C316FREON AOOOBXXXXOXOOOOOOOOOOAOAXXAOAXCAOAACAOAXXAOAFREON DRYFREON DRY F11FREON DRY F12, F113, F114FREON DRY F21, F22FREON N K-152AFREON K-152KFREON MFFREON PCAFREON OOBOOOXXXXOOOOOOAAAOOAAAOOAAAOOAAAOOAAAOOAAAOFREON T-WD602FREON TAFREON TCFREON TFFREON OXOXXXXXOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOFREON - WETFREON 11FREON 112FREON 113FREON OXOBXXXXOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAXAAAACAAAAXAAAAAAAAAFREON 114B2FREON 115FREON 12FREON 13FREON :A - ExcellentB - GoodC - Poor, probably not suitableX - Not recommended, unsatisfactoryCHEMICAL e HMWPolyethylene UHMWPolyvinylchloride5-1 thru 5-285-15Form No. 314-790 Rev. AAChemical Compatibility Guide

5-1 thru 5-2810/7/989:09 AMPage 5-16ChemicalCompatibilityPlastic, Elastomer & LeatherO - Information not available or not ratedAcetalPolycarbonatePolyethylene HMWPolyethylene UHMWPolyvinylchloridePVDF KynarPolypropyleneNylonTeflonNeopreneEPDM (Ethylene Propylene)Fluorocarbon (Viton)Buna-N (Nitrile)KalrrzPolysulfide (Thiokol)Styrene butadienePolyurethaneLeatherPolyester Elastomer (Hytrel)Thermoplastic Rubber (Santoprene)AluminumBrass/CopperCarbideCarbon Steel HardenedCarbon Steel, Cast IronStainless Steel – 303, 304Stainless Steel – 316Stainless Steel – 400’sMetalFREON 14FREON 142BFREON 152AFREON 21FREON OOOXXOXXOOOOOAOOOOAOOAOAOOAOAOOAOAOOAOAOOAOFREON 22FREON 31FREON 32FREON 502FUEL RFURALGALLIC ACIDGASGAS OLINE (AVIATION)GASOLINE LEADED REFINEDGASOLIINE (METER)GASOLINE SOURGASOLINE UNLEADED XBBBBAABABAAAABOAOABGLYCOLIC ACIDGRAPE JUICEGRAPEFRUIT OILGREASE (ESTER BASE)GREASE (PETROLEUM E (SILICONE AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAOAAALegend:A - ExcellentB - GoodC - Poor, probably not suitableX - Not recommended, unsatisfactory5-16Chemical Compatibility GuideForm No. 314-790 Rev. AA

9:09 AMPage 5-17ChemicalCompatibilityPlastic, Elastomer & LeatherO - Information not available or not ratedPVDF KynarPolypropyleneNylonTeflonNeopreneEPDM (Ethylene Propylene)Fluorocarbon (Viton)Buna-N (Nitrile)KalrrzPolysulfide (Thiokol)Styrene butadienePolyurethaneLeatherPolyester Elastomer (Hytrel)Thermoplastic Rubber (Santoprene)AluminumBrass/CopperCarbideCarbon Steel HardenedCarbon Steel, Cast IronStainless Steel – 303, 304Stainless Steel – 316Stainless Steel – 400’sMetalHEXANOL TERTIARYHONEYHYDRAULIC FLUID (PETROLEUM)HYDRAULIC FLUID (SYNTHETIC)HYDRAZINEHYDROBROMIC AAXXAAAAAXAAAAAXOAOABXHYDROCARBONS (SATURATED)HYDROCHLORIC ACID - 10%HYDROCHLORIC ACID - 20%HYDROCHLORIC ACID - 30% (CONC.)HYDROCYANIC LUORIC ACIDHYDROFLUORIC ACID (HOT)HYDROFLUOSILICIC ACIDHYDROGEN CHLORIDE GAS DRYHYDROGEN CHLORIDE GAS N CYANIDEHYDROGEN GASHYDROGEN PEROXIDE - 3%HYDROGEN PEROXIDE - N PEROXIDE - 30%HYDROGEN PEROXIDE - 90%HYDROGEN SULFIDE DRYHYDROGEN SULFIDE WETHYPOCHLOROUS OOOOOOBAXOOCCOOOOOOOOBAXOOBAXOOCAXOOAAXOOOOXINK (PRINTERS)IODINEISOBUTYL ALCOHOLISOOCTANEISOOCTANE AT 120 OCXBAOOOOAOOOOOOAXOAOXXBAOAXAAOAXAAOOOAOOISOOCTANE AT 150 FISOPROPYL ACETATEISOPROPYL ACETATE AT 120 FISOPROPYL ACETATE AT 150 FISOPROPYL end:A - ExcellentB - GoodC - Poor, probably not suitableX - Not recommended, unsatisfactoryHYDROGEN FLUORIDE ANHYDROUSCHEMICAL e HMWPolyethylene UHMWPolyvinylchloride5-1 thru 5-285-17Form No. 314-790 Rev. AAChemical Compatibility Guide

5-1 thru 5-2810/7/989:09 AMPage 5-18ChemicalCompatibilityPlastic, Elastomer & LeatherO - Information not available or not ratedAcetalPolycarbonatePolyethylene HMWPolyethylene UHMWPolyvinylchloridePVDF KynarPolypropyleneNylonTeflonNeopreneEPDM (Ethylene Propylene)Fluorocarbon (Viton)Buna-N (Nitrile)KalrrzPolysulfide (Thiokol)Styrene butadienePolyurethaneLeatherPolyester Elastomer (Hytrel)Thermoplastic Rubber (Santoprene)AluminumBrass/CopperCarbideCarbon Steel HardenedCarbon Steel, Cast IronStainless Steel – 303, 304Stainless Steel – 316Stainless Steel – 400’sMetalISOPROPYL ETHERISOPROPYL ETHER TO 70 FISOPROPYL ETHER 120 F - 150 FJET FUELJET FUEL TO 70 XAOOAOAOOOOOOOOOAOOAOAOOAOAOOAOAOOAOOOOAOJET FUEL 120 F - 150 AAOAAAAJP-4JP-5JP-6KEROSENEKEROSENE TO 70 XAAAAOOOOAOOOOOOAAAAOAAAAOAAAAOAAAAOAAAAOKEROSENE 120 F - 150 FKETCHUPKETONESLACQUER AOAAAALACTIC ACIDLARDLARD OIL (COLD)LARD OIL LAUREL ALCOHOL (N-DODECANOL)LEAD ACETATELEAD MOLTENLEAD NITRATELEAD IME (CALCIUM OXIDE)LIME SULFURLINEOLEIC ACIDLINSEED OILLITHIUM gend:A - ExcellentB - GoodC - Poor, probably not suitableX - Not recommended, unsatisfactory5-18Chemical Compatibility GuideForm No. 314-790 Rev. AA

CHEMICAL COMPATIBILITY 5-1 Form No. 314-790 Rev. AA Chemical Compatibility Guide Chemical Compatibility Guide The Diaphragm Pump Business Unit First choice when quality counts. 5-1 thru 5-28 10/7/98 9:09 AM Page 5-1

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