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aeration; mechanical action; and the ratio of contact fluid coatings, caulks, adhesives and sealants are surface area to volume. Therefore, the ratings in the made from DuPont/Dow VitonÒ fluoroelastomer. Our accompanying listing should be used only as a unique products resist attack, to varying degrees, by general guide, and not as specific recommendations. a broad spectrum of industrial chemical, fuels, oils, While the information is presented by us in good faith, no guarantee, expressed or implied, can be We have researched the effect of the listed chemicals given regarding the accuracy of these ratings. In on fluoroelastomers at various temperatures, those cases where no data is available, the rating concentrations, and exposure times. Our information shown is the considered, conditional opinion of is based on extensive laboratory tests and experienced rubber chemists and compounders. fluoroelastomers themselves by a number outside We strongly urge you to test our products under organizations, including manufacturers, end users, actual or simulated service conditions, before you purchase them, rather than assume that they will perform satisfactorily in your specific application. In The information is believed to be reliable. However, order to assist you in learning more about the the degree of fluid resistance of an elastomer to chemical resistance of Integument Technologies’ deterioration by a specific substance is dependent on products to the substance shown, the following code many variables, including the concentration and temperature of the material; the frequency and duration of exposure; the velocity of flow and Excellent Resistance – little or minor attack by the material on fluoroelastomers; 0-5% volume swell where applicable. Good Resistance – minor to moderate attack by the material on fluoroelastomers; 5-10% volume swell where applicable.
F Fair Resistance – moderate to severe attack by the material
on fluoroelastomers; 10-20% volume swell where applicable.
COK No Data Available – our conditional opinion is that fair to ex
cellent resistance by fluoroelastomers is likely to occur. No Data Available – our conditioned opinion is that severe a ttack by the material on fluoroelastomer is likely to occur.

Rating Chemical
COK Ammonium Bicarbonate
Acetone NR
COK Ammonium Carbonate
Acetylene E
Ammonium Hydroxide (0-30%) G
COK Aluminum Phosphate
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Chemical Rating
Chemical Rating
COK Butyl Aldehyde
COK Barium Hydroxide (0-10%)
COK Barium Iodate
COK Butyl Benzoate
COK Butyl Carbitol
COK Barium Nitrite
COK Butyl Ether
COK Butyl Iodide
COK Barium Sulfite
COK Butyl Phthalate
COK Benzaldehyde
COK Benzyl Chloride
Amylene G
COK Calcium Carbonate
Calcium Hypochlorite (0-20%) E
COK Calcium Nitrite
COK Butter
COK Butyl Acetyl Ricinoleate
COK Butyl Alcohol
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Chemical Rating
Chemical Rating
Chemical Rating
COK Diethyl Sebacate
COK Diethyl Sulfate
COK Diisopropyl Ether
COK Diisopropyl Ketone
COK Dimethyl Aniline (Xylidene)
COK Diacetone Alcohol
COK (Alkazene)
COK Dibutyl Amine
COK Dibutyl Ether
COK Epichlorohydrin
COK Dicyclohexylamine
COK Dicyclopentadiene
COK Ethyl Alcohol
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COK Fluosilicic Acid (0-32%)
COK Fuel Oil
COK Furfural
COK Gasoline Refined, All
COK Lauric Acid
COK Hydrochloric Acid (0-37%)
COK Hydrofluoric Acid
Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) E
COK Hydrogen Bromide
COK Hydrogen Gas
COK Hydrogen Sulfide, Aqueous
COK Hydroquinone
COK Hypochlorous Acid (0-10%)
COK Iodine
COK Iodoform
COK Isoamyl Acetate
COK Isobutyl Acetate
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COK Morpholine
COK Phenol
COK Naphtha
COK Naphthalenic Acid
COK Naphthenic Acids
Phorone (Diisopropylidene Acetone) NR
COK Phosphorous Trichloride
COK Sulfuric & Hydrochloric
COK 4-Picoline (0-50%)
COK Nitrobenzene
Potassium Aluminum Silicate COK
COK Oleic Acid
COK Oleyl Alcohol
COK Potassium Bisulfate
COK Oxygen Gas – Cold
COK Paraldehyde
COK Peanut Oil
COK Pentachlorophenol
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COK Sodium Bisulfate
Potassium Phosphate, Hydrogen COK Sodium Borate
COK Sodium Bromide
COK Tar, Bituminous
COK Sodium Carbonate
COK Sodium Chlorate (0-50%)
COK Terpineol
COK Sodium Cyanide
COK Sodium Ferrocyanide
COK Tetrabutyl Titanate
COK Sodium Fluoride
COK Tetrachloroethane
Sodium Metabisulfite (0-40%) E
COK Tetrahydronaphthalene
COK Titanium Fluoride
COK Sodium Sulfate
COK Soybean Oil
COK Stannic Chloride
COK Stannous Chloride
COK Stoddard Solvent
COK Sulfamic Acid (0-25%)
COK Sulfite Liquors
COK Sulfur Chloride
COK Sulfur Dioxide, wet or dry
COK Sulfur Hexafluoride
COK Sulfurous Acid
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COK Zinc Acetate
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