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  • Article - 13 Mar 2008
    This Dotmar Plastic Chemical Resistance comparative index should be considered only as roughly indicative. However, it provides a general overview of the relative chemical resistance of various...
  • Article - 4 Mar 2002
    The excellent properties possessed by titanium make it a highly useful material. Applications in aerospace (e.g. engines and structures)and industrial applications are covered, as are emerging...
  • Article - 7 Nov 2001
    A super duplex grade combining high strength and exceptional corrosion resistance. It is only really suitable for operation between -50 and 270°C. Typical applications include oil and gas exploration,...
  • Article - 3 Aug 2001
    Furanes have better chemical resistance than Epoxies or Polyesters to acids, alkalies and solvents. They have poor adhesion to porous surfaces and higher cure shrinkage than Epoxies. Relative...
  • Article - 15 Aug 2013
    Stellite alloys are a group of cobalt-chromium 'super-alloys' consisting of complex carbides in an alloy matrix predominantly designed for high wear resistance and superior chemical and corrosion...
  • Article - 14 May 2002
    Superalloys have excellent resistance to high temperature deformation and corrosion. Three main types are cobalt-based, iron-based and nickel-based. Some commonly used tradenames include Inconel,...
  • Article - 7 Sep 2001
    Contains a general overview of the polymer Polyphenylene Sulphide including relative advantages, disadvantages and applications, together with a table of typical properties.
  • Article - 5 Sep 2001
    Contains a general overview of the polymer Perfluoroalkoxyethylene including relative advantages, disadvantages and applications, together with a table of typical properties.
  • Article - 15 Aug 2001
    Higher elongation at break and notched impact strength, however, significantly lower tensile strength and flexural modulus results. Relative advantages, disadvantages and applications are listed...
  • Article - 15 Aug 2001
    Polyester is tougher than Phenolic, DAP, Melamine and Urea. Styrene causes health hazard and can taint products. Relative advantages, disadvantages and applications are listed.