Pelseal Technologies' state-of-the-art fluid coatings, caulks, adhesives and sealants are made from fluoroelastomer rubber. Our products resist attack, to varying degrees, by a broad spectrum of industrial chemicals, fuels, oils, and other substances.
General Chemical Resistance of a Fluoroelastomer
While the information is presented by us in good faith, no guarantee, expressed or implied, can be given regarding the accuracy of these ratings.
DISCLAIMER: We have researched the effect of the listed chemicals on fluoroelastomers at various temperatures, concentrations, and exposure times. Our information is based on extensive laboratory tests and experiments that have been performed on fluoroelastomers themselves by a number of outside organizations, including manufacturers, end users, suppliers, and trade associations. It is believed to be reliable. However, the degree of fluid resistance of an elastomer to deterioration by a specific substance is dependent on many variables, including the concentration and temperature of the material; the frequency and duration of exposure; the velocity of flow and aeration; mechanical action; and the ratio of contact surface area to volume. Therefore, the ratings in the accompanying listing should be used only as a general guide, not as specific recommendations.
In those cases where no data are available, the rating shown is the considered, conditional opinion of experienced rubber chemists and compounders.
We strongly urge you to test our products under actual or simulated service conditions, before you purchase them, rather than assume they will perform satisfactorily in your specific application. In order to assist you in learning more about the chemical resistance of Pelseal's products to a variety of substances.