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Chemical Compatibilty Guide

Madison Chemical Compatibility Chart

The key to selecting the correct float switch or sensor material that matches your liquid environment,
is to know or identify the chemicals and conditions of use. 
You may first wish to ask;

  • What is the tank and other materials in contact with the liquid made of?
  • What concentration are the chemicals?
  • What is the max temperature?

Using the links below to match your sensor material to the application environment.

(Chemical Compatibility Table)  -  Cole-Parmer

At our link below are many common materials and chemicals,

(Alphabetical Table by Chemical Name)

The information found in this compatibility guide is intended for reference purposes only and is not a guarantee of actual chemical resistance. Madison Company does not assume any liability for the accuracy, completeness or applicability of this information. Final determination on material suitability or use in an application is the responsibility of the user and should be done in accordance with all relevant health and safety requirements.

Abbreviations used in Chemical Compatibility Chart

Plastics

  • PVC Polyvinyl Chloride
  • PP Polypropylene
  • PBT Polybutylene Terephthalate
  • PSU Polysulfone
  • PVDF Polyvinylidene Fluoride
  • PVF Polyvinylfluoride
  • PFA Perfluoroalkoxy
  • PTFE Polyttetrafluoroethylene

Material Trademarks

  • Kynar® – Atofina
  • Halar® – Ausimount USA, Inc.
  • Corzan® II – Noveon
  • HTP800™ – Westlake Plastics Co.
  • Absylux® – Westlake Plastics Co.
  • Celcon® – Ticona
  • Cycolac® – GE Plastics
  • Clariflex™ – Westlake Plastics Co.
  • Ethylux® – Westlake Plastics Co.
  • FM910™ – Westlake Plastics Co.
  • HTP800™ – Westlake Plastics Co.
  • Lennite® – Westlake Plastics Co.
  • Lexan® – GE Plastics
  • Makrolon® – Mobay
  • Noryl® – GE Plastics
  • Norylux® – Westlake Plastics Co.
  • Pomalux® – Westlake Plastics Co.
  • Propylux® – Westlake Plastics Co.
  • Radel® – Amoco Performance Products, Inc.
  • Stanyl® – DSM Engineering Plastics
  • Styraclear® – Westlake Plastics Co.
  • Styron® – Dow U.S.A.
  • Teflon® – E.I DuPont Co.
  • Tefzel® – DuPont Co.
  • Tempaluz® – Westlake Plastics Co.
  • Thermalux® – Westlake Plastics Co.
  • TPX® – Mitsui Plastics, Inc.
  • UDEL® – Amoco Performance Products, Inc.
  • Ultem® – GE Plastics
  • Ultraform® – BASF Corp.
  • Ultra Ethylux® – Westlake Plastics Co.
  • Ultrason® – BASF Corp.
  • Victrex® – Victrex Inc.
  • Westlake® – Westlake Plastics Co.
  • Zelux® – Westlake Plastics Co.