Material Resistance

 

Stainless steel resistance table

 


The corrosion resistance information contained within this table is indicative only.

All data is based on reactions noted at an ambient temperature of 20°C. Higher temperatures will generally reduce the corrosion resistance of the materials.

Check mark symbol Recommended
? Suitable, contact ACO for further advice
X symbol Not recommended
No data available

Typical factors that affect material selection:

  • type(s) of chemical(s) and % composition in the liquid
  • concentration percentages
  • contact time with trough system
  • temperatures of liquid flowing into the trough
  • flushing system employed o clear liquids from the system
  • type of cleaning agent (see Care & Maintenance)
  • grate, locking mechnism and trash basket materials
  • sealant for compatibility, if applicable

Test samples should be used for final determination of chemical resistance, contact ACO.

Reagent Stainless Steel 304 Stainless Steel 316
Acetic Acid 20%  Check mark symbol  Check mark symbol
Acetic Acid 80%  Check mark symbol  Check mark symbol
Acetone  Check mark symbol  Check mark symbol
Alcohol (Methyl or Ethyl)  Check mark symbol  Check mark symbol
Aluminum Chloride  ?  ?
Aluminium Sulphate  Check mark symbol  Check mark symbol
Ammonia Gas (Dry)  Check mark symbol  Check mark symbol
Ammonium Chloride  ?  ?
Ammonium Hydroxide Check mark symbol  Check mark symbol
Ammonium Nitrate  Check mark symbol  Check mark symbol
Ammonium Phosphate  Check mark symbol  Check mark symbol
Ammonium Sulphide  ?  Check mark symbol