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Protective Linings are based on several families of compounds. The following are the most common types along with their general characteristics.

Soft Natural Rubber

Good resistance to most inorganic chemicals with the exception of strong oxidizing agents. They exhibit outstanding abrasion resistance and will expand and contract with thermal variations of the metal substrate.

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Hard Natural Rubber (Semi and Ebonite)

Better chemical and heat resistance than soft natural rubber. Wide application in organic and inorganic acids and chlorine gas. Specific grades have excellent permeation resistance and heat resistance.

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TRIFLEX™

Three ply natural rubber lining (soft-hard-soft) that has excellent chemical and moderate abrasion resistance. The semi-hard rubber center layer provides a permeable barrier and the soft cushion allows maximum adhesion to steel.

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Chlorobutyl / Bromobutyl

Good resistance to acids and caustic solutions up to 200° F. Recommended for applications that require ozone, sunlight and aging resistance. Unaffected by cold weather or rapid temperature changes. Strongly recommended for super phosphoric acid and sodium hypochlorite.

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Chloroprene (Neoprene)

A synthetic elastomer with some physical properties similar to natural rubber. Superior to natural rubber in resistance to heat, ozone, sunlight, weather, flame and oil.

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Nitrile

Good resistance to greases, oils, petroleum hydrocarbons and other non-polar solvents. Good heat aging resistance up to 239°F (115°C).

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Styrene-Butadiene Rubber

Good abrasion resistance, excellent impact strength, very good resilience and a high tensile strength. The operating temperature of SBR lining is up to 160˚F (71°C).

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MOR (Moderate Oil Resistance) Rubber

Blended rubber lining for general purpose use for abrasion and moderate oil resistance.

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