Rubber Sheet Resistance to Chemical

Sulfuric Acid, also known as sulfuric acid, is a colorless, pungent-smelling liquid that dissolves in water. It's widely used in various industries such as wastewater treatment, textile bleaching, mining, and petrochemical processing. However, a common question arises about which type of rubber sheet is suitable or resistant to Sulfuric Acid. This article aims to shed light on that subject

Methyl Ethyl Ketone, abbreviated as MEK and also known as Butanone, is a chemical compound characterized as a colorless, flammable, and easily evaporable liquid with a sharp and sweet odor. It's a polar solvent, soluble in water, and commonly used in the production of adhesives, paints, inks, coatings, and as a cleaning agent in various industries. But did you know? Not all rubber sheets are suitable for use with Methyl Ethyl Ketone (MEK), even those like Viton (VITON/FKM) rubber sheets, known for their chemical resistance.

When it comes to chemical resistance, Viton (VITON/FKM) rubber sheets are highly praised for their ability to withstand a variety of chemicals. These sheets are capable of resisting chlorinated hydrocarbon solvents, acids, and highly concentrated chemicals effectively. They are also resistant to petroleum oils, fuels, and can withstand high temperatures. Naturally, these exceptional properties mean that Viton rubber sheets are significantly more expensive than other types of rubber sheets.

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