chemical resistance

chemical resistance

[′kem·i·kəl ri′zis·təns]
(materials)
Ability of solid materials to resist damage by chemical reactivity or solvent action.
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Tenders are invited for providing chemical resistance coating on the damage portion of dm plant at rgtpp khedar (hisar) 2017-18
Isolast J9567 was developed to give excellent chemical resistance in a broad range of chemical media at continuous operating temperatures from -10[degrees]C to 225[degrees]C (14[degrees]F to 437[degrees]F).
They were developed for transparent applications where polycarbonate struggles with chemical resistance or where more costly transparent polymers may be over-specified.
The rubber tubing has the flexibility and good mechanical properties of conventional synthetic rubbers, but its heat and chemical resistance go well beyond the range of other rubber materials.
With its special chemical resistance properties, the RoberteX extends the range of dewatering options offered by RHL to include advanced-technology solutions for every textile squeezing requirement.
Polyketone also has excellent heat resistance, chemical resistance, fuel permeation resistance and abrasion resistance.
A "radiographic room on wheels" developed by GE Healthcare uses two Sabic Innovative Plastics materials to meet demands for light weight, chemical resistance, and durability.
According to an independent survey of engineers, facility managers and contractors, chemical resistance was shown to be the most important attribute of protective linings relative to the corrosion protection of infrastructure.
SXL URETHANE: A self-crosslinking, aliphatic urethane designed to provide exceptional abrasion resistance while providing very good chemical resistance.
In order to maintain dimensional stability within the battery cell structure, Noryl and Noryl GTX resins offer lower mold shrink and warp, lower moisture uptake, and a more stable coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE)--all of which protect from changes such as temperature, humidity, and load without compromising chemical resistance to common battery coolant fluids.
The medical grades of the copolyester are well-suited for a variety of medical-device applications that demand superior chemical resistance, clarity, hydrolytic stability, and retention of properties after gamma, electron beam (E-beam), and Ethylene Oxide (EtO) sterilization.
Specifically engineered for this technique, the new TPU elastomer is easily processed and produces excellent adhesion and chemical resistance.

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