Resis­tance List 

In order to assist plan­ners, equip­ment sup­pli­ers and oper­a­tors in the selec­tion of a suit­able mem­brane mate­r­i­al for the aer­a­tors of their spe­cif­ic appli­ca­tion, we have com­piled the chem­i­cal resis­tance of var­i­ous mem­brane types in our resis­tance list below. The list is based on doc­u­ments and expe­ri­ences of the chem­i­cal and rub­ber pro­cess­ing indus­try as well as pub­li­ca­tions of the known raw mate­r­i­al man­u­fac­tur­ers, but does not claim to be complete.

The resis­tance of elas­tomers to cer­tain media depends on var­i­ous fac­tors such as con­cen­tra­tion, tem­per­a­ture, pres­sure, the inter­ac­tion of var­i­ous ingre­di­ents or mechan­i­cal stress.

In order to obtain a reli­able state­ment on the resis­tance of an aer­a­tor mem­brane, it is there­fore advis­able to test the mem­brane mate­r­i­al under actu­al oper­at­ing con­di­tions. We offer our cus­tomers the pos­si­bil­i­ty to install and oper­ate dif­fer­ent mem­brane types on small liftable grid units in their plant in order to test the resis­tance under real conditions.

For a first state­ment on the basic resis­tance of the mem­brane mate­ri­als we use, sim­ply enter a waste­water ingre­di­ent or search term in the input field. Alter­na­tive­ly, select an exist­ing term from the alpha­bet­i­cal­ly sort­ed list. You can update the search term at any time by mak­ing a new entry. 

Voll­ständi­ge Liste (A‑Z):

Very durable


Mod­er­ate­ly resistant 

Not resis­tant

Not test­ed

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