Chemical resistance in general use for clear acrylic plastic R = Resistant (compatible) L = Limited resistance (short time compatibility) N = Not resistant (not compatible) Paint Methanol, to 30% L Rubber R Acrylic paints and lacquers L Methyl ethyl ketone N Rubber, containing plasticizer N Aromatic-free hydrocarbons R Methylated spirits N Foodstuff, spices Nitrocellulose N Milk of lime R Aniseed, bay, nutmeg R Oil paints, pure R Monobromonaphthalene R Cloves N Thinners, general N Motor fuel benzene-free R Honey, pure R Chemical process baths Motor fuel, with benzene N Ice cream R Electroplating baths R Nickel sulphate R Marinades R Photographic baths R Nitric acid, 10% R Meat and fish R Building materials Nitric acid, 40% L Pepper, cinnamon, onions R Bituminous emulsion N Nitric acid, (Conc.) N Salt R Cement R Oxalic acid R Gases and vapors Hot bitumen L Paraffin L Ammonia R Mortar R Perchlorethylene N Bromine vapor (dry) L Plaster of paris R Petroleum ether R Carbon dioxide R Red lead R Phenols N Carbon monoxide R Chemicals, solvents, etc. Phosphoric acid, to 10% R Chloride vapor (dry) L Acetic acid, to 25% L Phosphorus trichloride N Exhaust gases, containing HCI R Acetone N Phosphorus, yellow N Exhaust gases, containing HF R Aluminium chloride R Picric acid, 1% in water R Exhaust gases, containing H2SO4 R Aluminium oxalate R Potassium bichromate R Hydrogen sulphide R Aluminium sulphate R Potassium carbonate R Methane R Ammonia, aqueous solution R Potassium chloride R Nitric oxide R Ammonium sulphate R Potassium cyanide R Nitrogen peroxide R Amyl acetate N Potassium hydroxide R Oxygen R Anitine N Potassium nitrate R Ozone R Arsenic R Potassium permanganate R Sulphur dioxide (dry) R Arsenic acid R Silicon tetrachloride N Natural Gas (Butane) R Battery acid R Silver nitrate R Freon TG* N Benzaldehyde N Soap solution R Freon TF* R Benzene N Soda R Beverages, etc. Bromine N Sodium bisulphite R Beer, wine R Butanol L Sodium carbonate, 20% R Camomile extract R Butyl lactate N Sodium chlorate R Chocolate R Butyric acid, to 5% R Sodium chloride, 10% R Fruit juice, milk, coffee R Calcium chloride R Sodium hydroxide, 60% R Spirits, to 30% R Calcium hypochlorite R Sodium hypochlorite, 5% R Vinegar R Carbon disulphide N Sodium sulphate R Water, mineral waters R Carbon tetrachloride N Sodium sulphide R Glycerol R Chlorinated hydrocarbons N Stearic acid R hair setting lotion R Chlorine, liquid N Sulphur R Nail varnish N Chlorine water L Sulphur dioxide, liquid N Nail varnish remover N Chlorethyl acetate N Sulphuric acid, to 30% R Ointments R Chlorophenol N Sulphurous acid, (Conc.) N Peat water R Chromic acid L Sulpurous acid, to 5% R Sea water R Citric acid, to 20% R Sulphuryl chloride R Soaps R Copper sulphate R Tartaric acid, to 50% R Sprays L Cresol N Thionyl chloride N Cleaning agents Cyclohexane R Tin chloride R Acids, see under chemicals Diacetone alcohol N Toluene N Alcohol, absolute N Diamyl phthalate L Triethylamine R Alcohol, to 30% R Dibutyl phthalate N Trichloroacetic acid N Alkalis, see under chemicals Diethylene glycol R Tricresyl phosphate R Ammonia R Dioxan N Turpentine L Aqueous hypochlorite solution R Ether N Turpentine substitute L Carbon tetrachloride N Ethyl acetate N Urea, to 20% R Methylated spirits N Ethyl alcohol, absolute N Xylene N Paraffin L Ethyl alcohol, to 30% ** L Zinc sulphate, aqueous R Perchloroethylene N Ethyl bromide N Zinc sulphate, solid R Petrol, pure R Ethyl butyrate N Disinfectants Petrol mixture, containing benzene N Ethylene Dichloride N Bleaching powder R Petroleum ether R Ferric chloride R Carbolic acid N Soap solution R Ferrous sulphate R Hydrogen peroxide, to 40% R Soda solution R Formic acid, to 2% R Hydrogen peroxide, over 40% L Solvent stain removers N Formic acid, to 40% L Iodine tincture, 5% N Trichloroethylene N Glycerol R Lugol solution R Turpentine L Glycol R Mercuric chloride R Turpentine substitute L Heptane R Surgical spirit N Pest control agents Hexane R Greases, oils, waxes Aqueous solutions of pesticides L Hydrochloric acid R Animal R Stable spray-new R Hydrogen peroxide, 3% R Minerial R Sprays (for direct spraying) L Hydrogen peroxide, 28% L Silicone oil L Miscellaneous Iodine R Vegetable L Blood R Isopropyl alcohol, to 50% L Plastics Saline solution R Lactic acid, to 80% L Foams R Urine R Magnesium chloride R Foams, containing plasticizer N Magnesium sulphate R Polyamide R Manganese sulphate R Polyethylene R Mercury R PVC R Methanol, absolute N PVC, plasticized N
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** Acrylite FF has a limited resistance up to 30%, Acrylite GP has a limited resistance up to 50%.
The acrylic material above represents Acrylite FF() and Acrylite GP (), from Cyro Industries.
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