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PTFE Chemical Compatibility Chart

Key

A: Acceptable
F: Fair – limited resistance to this chemical; use of the material depends on the conditions of the application.
NR: Not Recommended

Teflon®* PTFE Chemical Compatibility Reference Chart

Please note that these charts are for your reference only. Many factors can affect the chemical resistance of a given plastic product, and it is your responsibility to do a test under your own conditions to ensure that the product you are using is fully compatible with your usage. The information in this chemical compatibility chart is offered solely for your consideration and is not a guarantee of results.

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PTFE Containers
500 mL PTFE Wide Mouth Bottle
Bottle, PTFE, Fluoropolymer 50 mL
Beaker, Heat Resistant PTFE, Fluoropolymer 100mL
2.5mil Thick Modified PTFE Bags, pack 10, 9" x 8", pack/10
Bottles, Dropping PTFE, 50 mL
Dipper or Ladle, Inert PTFE, 500 mL
Stirring Rod PTFE, 10", case/6
PTFE Stirrer, Centrifugal Stir Bar, 500mm
PTFE Micro Stir Bar, Yellow 5 x 2mm, case/12
Volumetric Flask, Perfluoxy Copolymer (PFA), Class A, 500mL
Nalgene FEP Teflon EPA Toxicity Bottle, 2.2 Liter, case/2
Stirring Head X Stir Bar, 3/4", case/12
Chemical
PTFE
Acetaldehyde
A
Acetate Solvents
A
Acetic Anhydride
A
Acetone, Dry
A
Acetone, Wet
A
Acetonitrile
A
Acetylene Gas
A
Acid, Acetic (Ethanoic Acid)
A
Acid, Acetic and Propionic
A
Acid, Arsenic, Ortho-
A
Acid, Benzoic
A
Acid, Boric
A
Acid, Butyric (Butanoic Acid)
A
Acid, Carbolic (Phenol)
A
Acid, Carbonic, Aqueous
A
Acid, Chloroacetic
A
Acid, Chlorosulphonic
A
Acid, Chromic, Aqueous
A
Acid, Citric, Aqueous
A
Acid, Coconut, Fatty
A
Acid, Cresylic
A
Acid, Cresylic (Alkyl Phenols)
A
Acid, Fatty, Oleic
A
Acid, Formic (Methanoic Acid)
A
Acid, Fruit
A
Acid, Hydrobromic
A
Acid, Hydrochloric (Hydrogen Chloride)
A
Acid, Hydrocyanic (Prussic)
A
Acid, Hydrofluoric, Aqueous (HF Acid)
A
Acid, Hydrofluosilicic
A
Acid, Hypochlorous
A
Acid, Lactic
A
Acid, Maleic
A
Acid, Mine Water
A
Acid, Mixed, Sulphuric and Nitric
A
Acid, Monochloro Acetic
A
Acid, Muriatic
A
Acid, Napthenic
A
Acid, Nitric (Fuming)
A
Acid, Nitric 100%
A
Acid, Nitric 65%
A
Acid, Ortho-Phosphoric
A
Acid, Oxalic (Ethanedioic Acid)
A
Acid, Palmitic (Hexadecanoic Acid)
A
Acid, Phosphoric
A
Acid, Picric, (Aqueous)
A
Acid, Picric, Molten
A
Acid, Pyroligneous
A
Acid, Stearic (Octadecanoic Acid)
A
Acid, Stearic and Oleic
A
Acid, Sulfonic
A
Acid, Sulfuric
A
Acid, Sulfuric, Fuming (Oleum)
A
Acid, Sulfurous, Wet
A
Acid, Tannic
A
Acid, Tartaric, Aqueous
A
Acid, Terephthalic
A
Acrylonitrile
A
Aldehyde
A
Alkali Metals
F
Alkanes
A
Alkyl Benzene
A
Alkyl Chloride
A
Alkyl-Arylsulphonics
A
Alkylate, Light
A
Allyl Acetone
A
Allyl Alcohol
A
Allyl amine
A
Alpha Picoline
A
Alum Solution
A
Aluminum Chloride
A
Aluminum Hydroxide (Boehmite)
A
Aluminum Sulphate, Aqueous
A
Amine, Fat Condensate
A
Ammonia, Anhydrous
A
Ammonia, Aqua
A
Ammonium Bicarbonate
A
Ammonium Bifluoride
A
Ammonium Carbonate
A
Ammonium Chloride
A
Ammonium Hydroxide
A
Ammonium Nitrate
A
Ammonium Phosphate
A
Ammonium Sulphate (Aqueous)
A
Ammonium Thiocyanate
A
Amyl Acetate
A
Amyl Alcohol
A
Amyl Nitrate
A
Aniline (Aminobenzene)
A
Aniline Hydrochloride
A
Anti-Freeze (Water, Alcohol or Glycol)
A
Argon Gas
A
Aromatic Fuels
A
Asphalt
A
Barium Chloride (Aqueous)
A
Barium Nitrate (Aqueous)
A
Beer
A
Beet Sugar Solution
A
Benzene (Benzol)
A
Benzol
A
Bichloride of Mercury
A
Bittern
A
Bleach Solutions
A
Blood
A
Bonderite Solution
A
Boron Trichloride
A
Brine, Sodium Chloride
A
Bromine Fumes
A
Bromine Liquid
A
Bromine, Wet
A
Bromo Methane
A
Butadiene
A
Butane (LPG)
A
Butanol-1
A
Butanol-2
A
Butyl Acetate
A
Butyl Alcohol (Butanol)
A
Butyl Phthalate
A
Butylamine
A
Butylene (Butene)
A
Calcium Bisulphite
A
Calcium Carbonate (Aragonite)
A
Calcium Chlorate (Aqueous)
A
Calcium Chloride (Wet)
A
Calcium Hydroxide (Aqueous) (Lime Water)
A
Calcium Hypochlorite
A
Calcium Magnesium Chloride
A
Calcium Phosphate
A
Carbon Bisulphide
A
Carbon Dioxide (Dry)
A
Carbon Dioxide (Wet)
A
Carbon Disulphide
A
Carbon Monoxide Gas
A
Carbon Tetrachloride (Anhydrous)
A
Carbonate of Soda (Aqueous)
A
Caustic Cyanogen
A
Caustic Manganese
A
Caustic Potash (Aqueous)
A
Caustic Soda (Aqueous)
A
Chloride of Lime
A
Chlorinated Solvents (Wet)
A
Chlorine (Dry)
A
Chlorine (Wet)
A
Chlorine Trifluoride
F
Chloroacetone
A
Chlorobenzene
A
Chloroform A
A
Chloronaphthalene
A
Chloropicrin
A
Chrome Alum A
A
Chromic Oxide (Aqueous)
A
Chromium Potassium Sulphate (Aqueous)
A
Cocoa Butter
A
Copper Acetate (Blue Verdigris)
A
Copper Ammonium Acetate (Aqueous)
A
Copper Chloride
A
Copper Cyanide
A
Copper Nitrate
A
Copper Sulphate (Blue Vitriol) (Aqueous)
A
Cresol, Meta
A
Cupric Sulphate (Aqueous)
A
Cupros Ammonia Acetate (Aqueous)
A
Cyanogen
A
Cyclohexane (Hexahydrobenzene)
A
Cyclohexanone
A
Cyclohexene (Tetrahydrobenzene)
A
DDT Solution (Kerosene
A
DDT Solution (Toluene Solv.)
A
De-Ethanizer Charge
A
Diacetone Alcohol
A
DibromoEthyl Benzene
A
Dibutyl Amine
A
Dibutyl Cellusolve Adipate
A
Dibutyl Ether
A
Dibutyl Phthalate
A
Dichlorobenzene
A
Dichloroethane
A
Dichloroethylene
A
Diesel Fuel
A
Diethanolamine (DEA)
A
Diethyl Carbonate (Ethyl Carbonate)
A
Diethyl Ether
A
Diethylene Glycol
A
Diethyleneytriamine
A
Di-Isobutyl Ketone
A
Di-Isopropyl Ketone
A
Dimethyl Formaldehyde
A
Dimethyl Formamide (DMF)
A
Dimethyl Hydrazine
A
Dimethyl Phthalate
A
Dimethyl Sulfoxide
A
Dimethyl Terephthalate
A
Dinitrochloro Benzene (DNCB)
A
Dinitrochloro Benzene and Styrene
A
Dinitrotoluene
A
Dioctyl Phthalate
A
Dioctyl-Amine
A
Dioxane
A
Diphenyl sulfone
A
Dow Corning Silicone Fluid
A
Ethane
A
Ethanol (Ethyl Alcohol)
A
Ethanol Amine
A
Ether
A
Ethyl Acetate
A
Ethyl Benzene
A
Ethyl Benzoate
A
Ethyl Cellosolve
A
Ethyl Chloride (Dry)(Chloroethane)
A
Ethyl Chlorocarbonate
A
Ethyl Chloroformate
A
Ethyl Chlorohydrin
A
Ethyl Ether (Ethyl Oxide)
A
Ethyl Formate
A
Ethyl Hexanol
A
Ethyl Pyridine
A
Ethylene (Ethene)
A
Ethylene Chloride (Ethylene Dichloride)
A
Ethylene Glycol
A
Ethylene Oxide
A
Ethylene Trichloride
A
Ferric Chloride (Aqueous)
A
Ferric Sulphate (Aqueous)
A
Fluorine
F
Fluorine (Elevated Temperature)
NR
Fluorolube
A
Formaldehyde (Methanal)
A
Formalin
A
Freons, Liquid
A
Fruit Juices
A
Fuel Oil
A
Fuel Oil, #6
A
Fuel Oil, Acidic
A
Furfural
A
Gasoline, Aromatic
A
Glucose
A
Glue
A
Glycerine (Glycerol)
A
Glycols
A
Grape Juice
A
Grease
A
Green Sulphate Liquor
A
Helium A
A
Heptane
A
Hexane
A
Hexene (Butylethylene)
A
Hexone
A
Hexyl Alcohol (Hexanol)
A
Hydrazine
A
Hydrochoto Peroxide (HCLO4)
A
Hydrogen Peroxide
A
Hydrogen Fluoride (HF Acid) Anhydrous
A
Hydrogen Sulphide
A
Ink
A
Insecticides (Aromatic)
A
Insecticides (Nonaromatic)
A
Iodine (Wet)
A
Iodoform A
F
Isobutane
A
Isobutyl Alcohol
A
Isobutyl Methyl Ketone
A
Isobutylene
A
Isododecane
A
Isohexanes
A
Isooctane
A
Isopentane
A
Isopropanol
A
Isopropyl Alcohol
A
Isopropylacetate
A
Isopropylacetone
A
Isopropylamine
A
Isopropylchloride
A
Jet fuel
A
Kerosene
A
Ketones
A
Lacquer (MEK Solv.)
A
Latex
A
Lavender Oil
A
Lead Acetate
A
Lead Nitrate
A
Lead Sulphamate
A
Lime Bleach
A
Lime Water (Calcium Hydroxide)
A
Lindol
A
Liquid Oxygen
A
Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG)
A
Liquor, Pulpmill
A
Lithium (Elevated Temperature)
NR
Lithium Bromine Brine
A
Lithium Chloride (Aqueous)
A
Lithium Q
F
Magnesium Chloride (Bischofite)
A
Magnesium Hydroxide (Brucite)
A
Magnesium Nitrate
A
Magnesium Sulphate (Epsom Salt) (Aqueous)
A
Magnesium Sulphite (Aqueous)
A
Maleic Anhydride
A
Maleic Hydrazide
A
Manganese Chloride (Aqueous)
A
Manganese Sulphate (Aqueous)
A
MEA (Mono-Exhanol-Amine)
A
Melamine Resins
A
Mercaptans
A
Mercuric Chloride
A
Mercury
A
Mercury Salts
A
Mercury Vapors
A
Mesityl Oxide
A
Methane (Marsh Gas)
A
Methanol (Methyl Alcohol)
A
Methyl Acetate
A
Methyl Acrylate
A
Methyl Bromide (Bromomethane)
A
Methyl Butyl Ketone
A
Methyl Cellosolve
A
Methyl Chloride (Chloromethane)(Anhydrous)
A
Methyl Chlorosilanes
A
Methyl Cyclopentane
A
Methyl Dichloride
A
Methyl Ether
A
Methyl Ethyl Ketone(MEK)
A
Methyl Formate
A
Methyl Isobutyl Ketone
A
Methyl Isopropyl Ketone
A
Methyl N-Propyl Ketone
A
Methyl Pyrrolidone
A
Methyl T-Butyl Ether
A
Methylbenzene
A
Methylcyclohexane
A
Methylene Chloride (Dichloromethane)
A

Teflon® is a trademark of DuPont. This chart is not related to DuPont, and is a general chemical resistance chart for PTFE resins. These are general guidelines only and CP Lab Safety makes no guarantee of results. It is the end user's responsibility to test compatibilty with his or her own chemical combinations.

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