Chemical resistance

This table is for reference only. It refers to a well-cured resin without glass fibers lying on the surface. Where specific concentrations are mentioned, these refer to solutions in water.

D 411
20° C50° C20° C50° C
AgNO3Silver nitrate+o++
AlCl3Aluminium chloride++++
Al(NO3)3Aluminium nitrate++++
Al2(SO4)3Aluminium sulphate++++
BaCl2Barium chloride++++
BaCO3Barium carbonate+-++
Ba(OH)2Barium hydroxide+-++
Ba(NO3)2Barium nitrate++++
BaSBarium sulphide+o++
BaSO4Barium sulfate++++
CaCl2Calcium chloride++++
Ca(ClO)2, 15%Calcium hypochlorite+-++
Ca(OH)2, 20%Calcium hydroxide+o++
Ca(NO3)2Calcium nitrate++++
CCl4, 100%Carbon tetrachloride+-++
CH3-COOH, 5%Acetic acid++++
CH3-COOH, 50%Acetic acid+o++
CH3-COOH, 75%Acetic acido-++
C4H8O MEK, 100%Methyl ethyl ketone----
CHOOH, 10%Formic acid+-++
C2H5OH, 10%Ethanol++++
CH3OH, 100%Methanol+-+o
CO2Carbon dioxide++++
CuCl, CuCl2Copper (I, II) chloride++++
CuSO4Copper (II) sulphate++++
CS2, 100%Carbon disulphide----
FeCl2Iron (II) chloride++++
Fe(NO3)3Iron (III) nitrate++++
FeSO4Iron (II) sulphate++++
HBr, 10%Hydrobromic acid+o++
HCN, 10%Hydrogen cyanide+o++
HCl, 5%Hydrogen chloride++++
HCl 20%Hydrogen chloride++++
H2CrO4, 5%Chromic acid+o++
H2CrO4, 10%Chromic acid+-++
HNO3, 5%Nitric acid+o++
H2O2, 3%Hydrogen peroxide+o++
H3PO4, 10%Phosphoric acid++++
H2SO4, 10%Sulphuric acid++++
H2SO4, 30%Sulphuric acid+o++
KClPotassium chloride++++
KOH, 5%Potassium hydroxide+-++
KOH, 10%Potassium hydroxideo-++
KOH, 25%Potassium hydroxideo-++
KOH, 50%Potassium hydroxide--++
K2CO3, 10%Potassium carbonate+-++
KNO3Potassium nitrate++++
KMnO4Potassium permanganateo-++
K2SO4Potassium sulphate++++
MgCl2Magnesium chloride++++
MgCO3Magnesium carbonate++++
Mg(NO3)2Magnesium nitrate++++
MgSO4Magnesium sulfate++++
NaBrSodium bromide++++
NaClTable salt++++
NaCNSodium cyanide++++
Na2CO3, 10%Sodium carbonate+-++
NaHCO3, 10%Sodium bicarbonate++++
NaHSO3Sodium bisulphite++++
NaNO3Sodium nitrate++++
NaNO2Sodium nitrite++++
NaOH, 5%Sodium hydroxide+-++
NaOH, 10%Sodium hydroxideo-++
NaOH, 25%Sodium hydroxideo-++
NaOCl, 20%Sodium hypochlorite+o++
Na2SO4Sodium sulphate++++
Na2SO3Sodium sulphite++++
Na2S2O3Sodium thiosulphate++++
NH3, 1%Ammonia+-++
NH4BrAmmonium bromide++++
NH4ClAmmonium chloride++++
NH4FAmmonium fluoride++++
(NH4)2CO3Ammonium carbonate+-++
NH4NO3Ammonium nitrate++++
(NH4)3PO4Ammonium phosphate++++
(NH4)2SO4Ammonium sulphate++++
NiCl2Nickel (II) chloride++++
Ni(NO3)2Nickel nitrate++++
NiSO4Nickel (II) sulphate++++
ZnCl2Zinc chloride++++
ZnSO4Zinc sulphate++++



+ Good resistance at the listed temperatures

o After some time, discoloration or a slight attack of the surface may occur. In certain cases, a

other resin selection required.

– The resin is strongly attacked or destroyed and is therefore unsuitable