Chemical Resistance Guide
C - Continuous exposure of the grating to the Chemical Environment listed at the temperature listed.
S - Frequent exposure of the grating to splashes and spills from the Chemical Environment listed with that environment at the temperature listed.
I - Infrequent exposure of the grating to splashes and spills from the Chemical Environment listed with that environment at the temperature listed and the spill immediately cleaned up or washed from the grating.
N - Not recommended for the concentrations and temperatures listed.
T - Test
Super ViCorr may require benzoyl peroxide-DMA cure system to increase service life.
Consult Fibergrate for corrosion recommendations at concentrations, temperatures or chemicals not listed in this guide.
MAX TEMP is 400°F for Super ViCorr; 180° for ViCorr and Pultruded VEFR; 150° for IFR, FGI, XFR and Pultruded ISOFR; 140° for Corvex.
The information in this Corrosion Guide is correct to the best of Fibergrate's knowledge. It is based on extensive experience with fiberglass grating in corrosive applications. Because actual use conditions differ and mixtures of corrosives will occur in service, the end user must test for use under actual conditions. Fibergrate's responsibility for claims arising from breach of warranty, negligence or otherwise is limited to the purchase price of the material sold by Fibergrate. Test coupons are available upon specific request.