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  Chemical Resistance Table Polypropylene
  Introduction

The table in this documents summarizes the data given in a number of Polypropylene Chemical resistance tables at present in use in various countries, derived from both practical experience and test results.

Source: ISO/TR 10358
The table contains an evaluation of the chemical resistance to a number of fluids judged to be either aggressive or not towards polypropylene. This evaluation is based on values obtained by immersion of polypropylene test specimens in the fluid concerned at 20, 60 and 100 °C and atmospheric pressure followed in certain cases by the tensile characterizes.
A subsequent classification will be established with respect to a restricted number of fluids deemed to be technically or commercially more important, using equipment which permits testing under pressure and the determination of the “coefficient of chemical resistance” for each fluid. These tests will thus furnish more complete indications on the use of polypropylene piped for the transport of started fluids, including their use under pressure.
Scope and Field Application
This document establishes a provisional classification of the chemical resistance of polypropylene with respect to about 180 fluids. It is intended to provide general guidelines on the possible utilization of polypropylene piping for the conveyance of fluids:
  •      1. At temperatures up to 20, 60 and 100 °C
  •      2. In the absence of internal pressure and external mechanical stress
             (for example flexural stresses, stresses due to thrust, rolling loads etc..)
Definitions, Symbols and Abbreviations
The criteria of classifications definitions, symbols and abbreviations adopted in this document are as follows:
S = Satisfactory
The Chemical resistance of polypropylene exposed to the action of a fluid is classified as “satisfactory” when the results of test are acknowledged to be “satisfactory” by the majority of the countries participating in the evaluation.
L = Limited
The chemical resistance of polypropylene exposed to the action of fluid is classified as “limited” when the results of tests are acknowledged to be “limited” by majority of the countries participating in the evaluation.
Also classified as “limited” are the resistances to the action of chemical fluids for which judgments “S” and “NS” or “L” are pronounced to an equal extent.
NS = Not Satisfactory
The chemical resistance of polypropylene exposed to the action of fluid classified as “not satisfactory” when the results of test are acknowledged to be “not satisfactory” by the majority of the countries participating in the evaluation.
Also classified as “not satisfactory” are materials for which judgment “L” and “NS” are pronounced to an equal extent.
Sat.sol                   Saturated aqueous solution, prepared at 20° C
Sol                          Aqueous solution at a concentration higher than 10% but not saturated
Dil.sol                    Dilute aqueous solution at a concentration equal to or lower than 10%
Work.sol               Aqueous solution having the usual concentration for industrial use.
Solution concentrations reported in the text are expressed as a percentage by mass. The aqueous solutions of sparingly soluble chemicals are considered, as far as chemical action towards p9olypropylene in concerned, a saturated solutions.
In general, common chemical names are used in this document.
The table is made as a first guideline for user of polypropylene. If a chemical compound is not to be found or if there is an uncertainty on the chemical resistance in an application, please contact STP for advice and proposal on testing.
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