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Chemical resistance of Plastics...
« on: January 21, 2004, 01:53:00 PM »
>> TITLE OF THE WEEK

Chemical Resistance Of Plastics And Elastomers, 3rd Edition

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Readers of K-News have seven days of open access to a selected title each week. This week's pick is the newly updated and expanded Plastics Design Library (PDL) title Chemical Resistance of Plastics and Elastomers, 3rd Edition. This title is an exhaustive reference source detailing the effects of exposing polymeric materials to a unique combination of exposure media and conditions. Over 1,080 materials grades representing 213 material types, consisting of neat and reinforced and/or filled thermoplastics, thermoset resins, rubbers, and thermoplastic elastomers are included. Data are given for resistance to over 4,500 exposure media, including over 2,800 chemical substances (from water to acetone to sulfuric acid) and conditions, including those that exist during weathering, sterilization, aging, and environmental stress cracking. The updated database has increased in size to include 138,200 unique records organized in four different ways; alphabetically by material, alphabetically by exposure medium, classified by material and classified by exposure medium. It includes details about the exposure results. The PDL Chemical Resistance Rating is based on the performance of the material under the described conditions.

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WoW! This is very nice!
« Reply #1 on: January 22, 2004, 08:50:00 AM »
WoW! This is very nice! Now if I can only figure out which plastic those 3 liter whole house water filters are made from to do an 02 wacker in. They are rated 125 psi at 38c.

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