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By Philip A. Schweitzer P.E.

This publication covers various particular coatings and strong sheet and liquid utilized linings, targeting floor guidance, install, and applicaton and detailing actual, mechanical, and total corrosion resisitance. It compares and contrasts person linings and coatings together with glass, cement, numerous paints for concrete, and metal and polymer-based coatings. Then it examines the results of temperature extremes corresponding to coalescence, sagging and slumping, leveling, and adhesion. The booklet contains an research of natural, steel, and monolithic coatings and paints for concrete and assesses polyester, acrylic, and urethane coatings that provide atmospheric security.

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Ammonium fluoride 10% Ammonium fluoride 25% Ammonium hydroxide 25% Ammonium hydroxide, sat. Ammonium nitrate Ammonium persulfate Ammonium phosphate Ammonium sulfate 10–40% Ammonium sulfide Ammonium sulfite Amyl acetate Amyl alcohol Amyl chloride Aniline Antimony trichloride 120 110 220 200 200 190 100 220 x x 90 100 140 140 220 100 200 220 200 200 200 220 49 43 104 93 93 88 38 104 x x 32 38 60 60 104 38 93 104 93 93 93 104 150 200 220 180 180 200 210 200 200 200 200 220 200 200 220 220 x 200 x 180 180 66 93 104 82 82 93 99 93 93 93 93 104 93 93 104 104 x 93 x 82 82 Aqua regia 3 :1 Barium carbonate Barium chloride Barium hydroxide Barium sulfate Barium sulfide Benzaldehyde Benzene Benzene sulfonic acid 10% Benzoic acid Benzyl alcohol Benzyl chloride Borax Boric acid Bromine gas, dry Bromine gas, moist Bromine liquid Butadiene Butyl acetate Butyl alcohol n-Butylamine Butyl phthalate Butyric acid Calcium bisulfide Calcium bisulfite Calcium carbonate Calcium chlorate Calcium chloride Calcium hydroxide 10% Calcium hydroxide, sat.

Additional data can be found in Ref. 2. CHLORINATED POLYVINYL CHLORIDE (CPVC) Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride is very similar in properties to PVC. 6 lists the physical and mechanical properties. CPVC has an allowable operating temperature of 200°F/93°C which is somewhat higher than the temperature rating for PVC. It can be installed as a sheet lining and the joints hot gas welded. A word of caution: It is extremely difficult to hot-gas-weld CPVC. This factor should be considered when selecting this material.

7 Continued Maximum temp. Chemical °F Chlorobenzene Chloroform Chlorosulfonic acid Chromic acid 10% Chromic acid 50% Chromyl chloride Citric acid 15% Citric acid, conc. Copper acetate Copper carbonate Copper chloride Copper cyanide Copper sulfate Cresol Cupric chloride 5% Cupric chloride 50% Cyclohexane Cyclohexanol Dichloroacetic acid, 20% Dichloroethane (ethylene dichloride) Ethylene glycol Ferric chloride Ferric chloride 50% in water Ferric nitrate 10–50% Ferrous chloride Ferrous nitrate Fluorine gas, dry Fluorine gas, moist Hydrobromic acid, dilute Hydrobromic acid 20% Hydrobromic acid 50% Hydrochloric acid 20% Hydrochloric acid 38% Hydrocyanic acid 10% Hydrofluoric acid 30% Hydrofluoric acid 70% Hydrofluoric acid 100% Hypochlorous acid Ketones, general Lactic acid 25% Lactic acid, concentrated Magnesium chloride Malic acid x x x 210 210 180 180 180 80 180 210 180 210 x 180 180 x x 100 x x x x 99 99 82 82 82 27 82 99 82 99 x 82 82 x x 38 x 210 210 180 180 210 180 x 80 130 180 190 180 170 80 x 90 x 180 x 180 100 230 180 99 99 82 82 99 82 x 27 54 82 88 82 77 27 x 32 x 82 x 82 38 110 82 a °C Maximum temp.

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