Check the bottom of this chart for an explanation of the codes

CHEMICAL
F
C
A
C*

DDT solution (Toluene Solvent)

n

DDT soplution (Kerosene Solvent)

n

Diacetone Alchol

n

Diazinon

n

n

Dibutyl Cellusolve Adipate

n

Dibutyl Phthalate

c

Dibromoethyl Benzene

n

Dibutylether

n

Dichlorobenzene

n

Dichloroethane

n

Diesel Fuel #2

n

Diethyl Sulfate

n

n

Diethyl Ether

n

n

Diethylamine

n

n

Diethylbenzene

n

n

Diethylene Glycol

n

n

Di-isobutyl Ketone

n

Di-sopropyl Ketone

n

DI Water

n

Dimethyl Formaldehyde

n

Dimethyl Formide (DMF)

n

n

Dimethyl Hydrazine (UDMH)

n

Dimethyl Phthalate

c

Dimethyl Sulfoxide (DMSO)

n

n

Dinitrochloro Benzene & Styrene

n

Dinitro-Chloro-Benzene (DNCB)

n

Dinitrotoluene

n

Dioxane

n

Diphenyl

n

c

Diphenyl Oxide

c

Dow Chemical 50-4 ET588

c

c

Dow Chemical ET 378

c

c

Dowtherm A (Dry)

c

Drinking Water

c

Dry Cleaning Fluids

c

c

Epichlorohydrin

c

c

Ether

n

Ethyl Acetate

n

n

Ethyl Acrylate

n

Ethyl Benzene

n

c

Ethyl Benzoate

c

n

Ethyl Cellosolve

n

Ethyl Chlorocarbonate

c

Ethyl Chloroformate

c

Ethyl Ether (Ethyl Oxide)

n

Ethyl Formate

c

n

Ethyl Pyridine

n

Ethylene (Ethene)

n

Ethylene Diamine

c

c

Ethylene Dichloride

n

Ethylene Oxide

n

n

n

Ethylene Oxide + Freon 12 12/80 concentration

n

Ethylene Trichloride

n

FC-43 Heptacosofluorotributylamine

n

n

FC 75

n

n

Fluorolube

c

c

c

Formaldehyde (Methanol)

c

n

n

Formalin 40% concentration

n

Formamide

n

n

Formic Acid

c

c

c

Freon TF

n

Freon 11 & Refrig. oil

n

c

c

Freon 12 & Refrig. oil

n

c

c

Freon 22 & Refrig. oil

n

Freon 112 with or without oil

c

c

Freon 113 & Refrig. oil

n

n

n

Freon 114 & Refrig. oil

n

n

n

Freon 114B2

n

n

Freon 115

n

n

Freon 142B

n

n

Freon C318

n

n

Freon MF (F11)

c

c

Freon PCA

n

n

Freon TF

n

n

Freons, Liquid

n

Fuel B or C

n

Fufural

c

Furaldehyde

c

c

Furfuraldhyde

c

c

Fuming Sulfuric Acid (20-25% Oleum)

c

c

n

Gasoline Aromatic

c

n

c

n

Gasoline, 100 & 130 Octane

c

n

c

n

Gasoline, Hi test with Mercaptan, Dydrogen Sulfide

c

n

n

Green Sulfate Liquor

c

n

Halothane

c

c

Halowax Oil

c

c

Heptane

n

n

Hexachloro Acetone

n

n

n

Hexane

c

c

Hexene (Butylethylene)

n

Hexone

n

Hydrazine (mineral filled compound)

c

c

c

Hydrogen Chloride Gas

c

Hydrogen Cyanide

n

n

Hydrogen Peroxide >90%

n

c

Hydroquinol

c

c

Hydroquinone

c

c

Ink

n

Insecticides both Aromatic and Non-aromatic

n

Iodine Pentafloride

n

c

F = Fluoraz
C = Chemraz
A = Aflas
C* = White Chemraz

n = Not suitable for either a dynamic or static O-ring. In some cases it was given this rating if field experience proved the published information was not correct.
c = Caution. It could be suitable for static service but not dynamic applications.

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