Chemical Resistance Guide

(Based on 12 month immersion test)

 

The following is a partial list of chemicals which are con­sidered corrosive to many materials but are easily handled by properly installed HORTONCRETE.

However, because performance may be affected by varying combinations, concentrations and temperatures, where there is any question of suitability, prior testing of HORTONCRETE is recommended.

 

Acetic Acid, to 50%                           Lactic Acid

Acetone                                             Lard

Acrylic Acid                                       Magnesium Chloride

Acrylonitrile                                        Magnesium Nitrate

Alum                                                   Magnesium Sulfate

Aluminum Sulfate                               Maleic Acid

Ammonium Chloride                            Methanol

Ammonium Nitrate                              Methyl Alcohol

Ammonium Sulfate                             Methyl Ethyl Ketone

Ammonium Hydroxide, to 30%           Methyl lsobutyl Ketone

Barium Chloride                                  Milk

Barium Sulfate                                    Mineral Oil

Beer                                                   Monochlorobenzene

Benzene                                             Nickel Chloride

Benzenesulfonic Acid, to 10%          Nickel Nitrate

Benzoic Acid                                      Nickel Sulfate

Benzyl Chloride                                  Oleic Acid

Black Liquor                                       Oxalic Acid

Bleaching Liquor, below 2%              Perchloroethylene

Boric Acid                                          Petroleum

Butyl Acetate                                     Phosphoric Acid

Butyl Alcohol                                      Phosphorus Oxychioride

Butyric Acid                                       Potassium Chloride

Calcium Chloride                                 Potassium Nitrate

Calcium Hydroxide                             Potassium Sulfate

Calcium Nitrate                                   Pulp Mill Liquors

Calcium Sulfate                                  Sodium Bicarbonate

Carbon Disulfide                                 Sodium Carbonate

Carbon Tetrachloride                         Sodium Chloride

Chioroacetic Acid, to 10%                 Sodium Nitrate

Chloroform                                         Sodium Phosphate

Chloroisobutane                                 Sodium Sulfate

Chlorophenol                                      Sodium Sulfide

Citric Acid, to 40%                             Stannic Chloride

Copper Chloride                                 Stearic Acid

Copper Nitrate                                    Sugar

Copper Sulfate                                   Sulfur Dioxide

Dichloroethane                                   Sulfuric Acid, to 65%

Dimethyl Dialkyl                                   Sulfurous Acid, to 10%

     Ammonium Chloride                       Tall Oil

Ethanol                                               Thionyl Chloride

Ether                                                   Toluene

Ethyl Acetate                                      Toluenesulfonic Acid

Ethyl Alcohol                                      Tomato Juice

Ethylene Glycol                                  Trichloroethylene

Fatty Acids                                         Trisodium Phosphate

Ferric Chloride                                    Turpentine

Ferric Nitrate                                      Urea, to 20%

Ferric Sulfate                                     Urine

Fluorosilicic Acid, to 35%                   Vegetable Oil

Formaldehyde, to 36%                       Vinegar

Formic Acid, to 90%                           Water, Fresh

Grape Juice                                        Water, Distilled

Hydrochloric, to 36%                         Xylene

Hydrofluoric Acid                               Zinc Chloride

Jet Fuel                                               Zinc Nitrate

Kerosene                                           Zinc Sulfate

 

 

HORTONCRETE will perform satisfactorily in the follow­ing splash and spill environments PROVIDED It is sealed after Installation with Hortoncrete Carbon Glaze.

 

Ammonia Gas                                     Hypochlorous Acid

Bromine (free)                                    Phenol, to 30%

Calcium Hypochiorite                          Potassium Hydroxide, to 35°/a

Chlorine, to 3O%                                Potassium Peroxide, to 25%

Hydrobromic Acid, to 10%                 Sodium Hydroxide, to 50%

Hydrogen Peroxide, to 10%               Sodium Hypochlorite, to 30%

 

 

HORTONCRETE is attacked to some degree by the following caustic materials: therefore, its use in these particular environ­ments should be recommended only after careful prior testing.

 

Aniline                                                Nitric Acid

Aqua Regia                                        Othum

Chlorosulfonic Acid                           Phosphorous Bromide

Chromic Acid                                     Picric Acid

Dimethylformamide (100%)                Piperidene (100%)

Ethylene Dichloride                            Pyridine (100%)

Methylene Chloride                            Sulfur Trioxide

 

 

* NOTE: While these environments may be corrosive toward HORTONCRETE in high concentrations, performance can be satisfactory with frequent washdowns or where concentrations are low.

 

 

WARRANTY INFORMATION: For warranty, limitation of seller’s liability and further product information, please refer to the product data sheet for these products, or contact The Horton Company.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

U.S. Patent No. 4,373,058

© 1983, The Horton Company

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