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ISO - TR 10358

Plastics pipes and fittings for industrial applications — Collection of data on combined chemical-resistance

active, Most Current
Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 June 2021
Status: active
Page Count: 222
ICS Code (Plastics fittings): 23.040.45
ICS Code (Plastics pipes): 23.040.20
scope:

This document collects available data on combined chemical resistance of thermoplastic materials typically used to manufacture piping components for industrial applications, against fluids over a range of temperatures.

The base thermoplastic materials covered by this classification are:

Polyethylene PE

NOTE 1 The PE considered in this document corresponds to PE-HD, with a minimum density value of 0,935 g/cm3 (e.g.: PE63, PE80, PE100, PE100-RC, PE-RT).

Polypropylene PP (PP-R and PP-RCT, PP-H, PP-B)

Polyvinyl chloride, unplasticized PVC-U

Polyvinyl chloride, chlorinated PVC-C

Polybutylene PB

Acrylonitrile/butadiene/styrene ABS

Polyvinylidene fluoride PVDF

NOTE 2 This document considers homopolymer PVDF.

Cross-linked polyethylene PE-X (PE-Xa, PE-Xb, PE-Xc)

Ethylene chloro trifluoro ethylene ECTFE

Polyamide, unplasticized PA-U (PA-U11, PA-U12)

NOTE 3 This document focuses on PA-U11 and PA-U12 only, as these long chained PA-U are standardized according to ISO 16486-1; short chained (e.g. PA 66) and plasticized PAs are not used for monolithic plastic piping components.

Polysulfone PSU

Perfluoralkoxy PFA

NOTE 4 Temperatures higher than 200°C can be applied after an evaluation with the raw material manufacturer.

Polytetrafluoroethylene PTFE

NOTE 5 Temperatures higher than 200°C can be applied after an evaluation with the raw material manufacturer.

Polyphenylene sulphide PPS

NOTE 6 PPS is new with regards to industrial application and chemical resistance issues; for this reason, manufacturers and end-users are advised to assess the chemical suitability of the material.

Document History

TR 10358
June 1, 2021
Plastics pipes and fittings for industrial applications — Collection of data on combined chemical-resistance
This document collects available data on combined chemical resistance of thermoplastic materials typically used to manufacture piping components for industrial applications, against fluids over a...
January 1, 1993
Plastics Pipes and Fittings - Combined Chemical-Resistance Classification Table
This Technical Report establishes a classification of the chemical resistance of pipe materials to specified fluids over a range of temperatures. The preliminary chemical-resistance classification...

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