Super compounds A-C

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Acetaldehyde c n
Acetate Solvents n c
Acetic Anhydride c c
Acetone,Dry n n
Acetyl Acetone n
Acid, Acetic – hot or cold concentrated n n c
Acid, Acetic – cold dilute c n
Acid, Acetic 10% Sodium Chloride c
Acid, Acrylic n n
Acid, Alkyl-arylsuphonic n
Acid, Chloroacetic( Ethyl Chloracetic) n
Acid, Chlorosulfonic – cool <50% c
Acid, Chromic c
Acid, Hydrochloric concentrated and cold n n
Acid, Hydroxyacetic n
Acid, Monochloric Acetic n
Acid, Nitric (fuming) hot c
Acid, Phenyl Acetic n
Acid, Pyrogallic n
Acid, Pyroligneous n
Acid, Stearic (Octadecandic Acid) c
Acid, Sulfonic 140°F dilute c
Acid, Terephthalic c
Aerozene 50 (50% hydrazine, 50% UDMH) c c
Acetyl Acetone n
Acetylene n n
Acrylonitrile c
Aldehyde c
Alkly Amine n n
Alkyl-arylsulphonics n
Alkyl Acetone c
Alkyl Benzene n
Alkyl Chloride n n n
Alkylate, Light n
Aluminum Hydroxide c
Amines, Mixed (EG:Allyl, Ethyl, Etc.) c
Amine. N-Butyl c
Aminobenzoic Acid n n
Aminopyridine n n
Ammonia Gas, dry c
Ammonium Bicarbonate (Aqueous) n
Ammonium Carbonate n
Ammonium Chloride (Sal Ammonia) n
Ammonia, Anhydrous Liquid c
Ammonia + Lithium metal solution c n n
Ammonium Hydroxide (concentrated) n n
Ammonium Nitrate (Mono, Di & Tri Basic) n
Ammonium Phosphate n n
Ammonium Thiocyanate c
Amyl Acetate n
Amyl Nitrate n
Anti Freeze ( Water,Alchol or Glycol) c
Antimony Trioxide n n
Arochlor 1248 n
Aqua Regia c n
Barium Hydroxide c
Benzaldehyde n c c c
Benzene (Coal Tar Product) (Benzol) n n
Benzene?Methanol 30/70 or 50/50 c
Benzene Sulfon ic Acid n n
Benzine (Petroleum Product) c n
Benzol n
Benzol Chloride n n
Benzyl Alchol n n
Benzyl Benzoate n n
Black Liquor n n
Bleach Soluions n n
Blood c
Borax Solutions n n
Bordeaux Mixture n n
Brine n n
Brine, Chloride c
Bromine Anhydrous n n
Bromine, Wet c
Bromine Pentafluoride n c
Bromine Trifluoride n c
Bromo Methane c
Bunker C Fuel Oil n n
Butadiene n
Butyl Acetate n n
Butyl Amine c
Butyl Phthalate n
Butyraldehyde n n
Caproic Acid c
Carbon Bisulphide n
Carbon Dioxide (Dry or wet) c
Carbon Tetrachloride (Anhydrous) >10% n n
Cadmium Cyanide n n
Calcine Liquors n
Calcium Arsenate n n
Calcium Hydroxide c
Camphor n n
Cane Sugar Liquors n n
Caprolactam n n
Carbon Bisulfide n n
Carbon Tetrachloride c c
Caustic Cyanogen n
Chlorine (Dry or wet) n n c
Chlorine Dioxide n c
Chlorine Trifluoride n c
Chloroacetone n
Chloroaniline n n
Chlorobenzene c
Chloroform n n
Chlorohydrin n n
Chloropicrin c
Chlorosulfonic Acid c
Chromium Potassium Sulphate (Aqueous) 10% c
Coal Tar n n
Coppper Acetate (Blue Verdigris) n
Copper Ammonium Acetate (Aqueous) CAA n
Coppper Cyanide c
Creosote (coal tar) n n
Cresol (Methol Phenol) n n
Cupric Sulphate (Aqueous) c
Cupros Ammonia Acetate (Aqueous) n
Cyanide (Aqueous) n
Cyanogen in water n
Cyanogen Chloride n n
Cyclohexane c
Cyclohexanone c c c
Cyclohexene (Tetrahydrobenzene) n
Cycloxexanone c

F = Fluoraz
C = Chemraz
A = Aflas
C* = White Chemraz

n = Not suitable for either a dynamic or static O-ring. In some cases it was given this rating if field experience proved the published information was not correct.
= Caution. It could be suitable for static service but not dynamic applications.

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