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GFK Constructie kunststoffen

kopfoto GVK constructie kunststoffen

ERIKS belevert sinds 20 jaar de industrie met GFK roosters op basis van polyester glasversterkt.

De vraag naar metaalvervangende kunststoffen stijgt. Dat is logisch daar het door de nieuwe wetenschap mogelijk is de sterkte eigenschappen van bijvoorbeeld staal te benaderen of zelfs te overtreffen. Dit gegeven gekoppeld aan de specifieke kunststofeigenschappen zoals bijvoorbeeld: 

  • licht
  • isolerend
  • chemisch bestendig
  • roestvast
  • antistatisch
  • gemakkelijk te verwerken
  • weinig onderhoud
  • desgewenst te leveren in speciale kleuren, etc.
  • maakt de weg vrij voor de introductie van een compleet assortiment GVK-producten

 

RX glasverstrekte kunststoffenPaginaDownload
Inhoudsopgave2(12kB)
Roosters4-5(151kB)
Het geperste RXgrate rooster6-11(168kB)
RXgrate traptreden12(26kB)
RXgrate planks13-14(170kB)
Bewerking15(14kB)
Chemische bestendigheid16(68kB)
Ladders en kooiladders17(84kB)
GVK Profielen18(28kB)
Bouten en moeren19-20(137kB)
Platen21(38kB)
Bladveren22(51kB)

 

 ConcentrationTemperatureInterstruct GRP molded gratings
Chemical environment
%°CVE-FRSuper VE-VRISO VRFD-FR
ACETIC    ACIDCH3COOH50MAXCCCC
ACETONECH3COCH310023,9SSI
ALCOHOLSGeneral10048,9CCII
ALUMAl2(SO4)3ALLMAXCCCC
ALUMINUM CHLORIDEAlCl3ALLMAXCCCC
ALUMINUM FLUORIDEAl(OH)32023,9CCII
AMMONIUM HYDROXIDENH4OH3023,9CCNN
AMMONIUM SALTS-NEUTRALGeneralALL48,9CCCC
AMMONIUM SALTS-AGGRESSIVEGeneralALL23,9SCII
AROMATIC SOLVENTSGeneralALL23,9TTNN
BARIUM SALTSGeneralALLMAXCCCC
BENZENEC6H610060ISII
BLACK LIQUOR (pulp mill)HCNALLMAXCCII
BLEACH LIQUOR (pulp mill)NaOClALLMAXCCII
CALCIUM HYDROXIDECa(OH)225MAXCCSS
CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITECa(ClO)2ALLMAXCCII
CALCIUM    SALTSGeneralALLMAXCCCC
CARBON TETRACHLORIDECCl410023,9CCII
CHLORINATED HYDROCARBONSGeneral10023,9TTTT
CHLORINE DIOXIDEClO2SAT60CCNN
CHLORINE WATERCl2(H2O)(HOCl)SAT48,9CCII
CHLORINE, WETCl(H2O)SATMAXCCNN
CHLOROBENZENEC6H5Cl10023,9SSNN
CHLOROBENZENEC6H5ClALLUp to 37,8CCNN
CHLOROFORMCHCl310023,9NNNN
CHROMIC ACIDCrO35060SSSS
CITRIC    ACID ALLMAXCCCC
COPPER CYANIDE PLATINGCu(CN)2ALL51,7CCSS
COPPER SALTSGeneralALLMAXCCCC
CRUDE OIL (sweet or sour)GeneralALLMAXCCCC
DICHLOROBENZENEC6H4Cl210023,9TSNN
ETHERSGeneral 23,9TTNN
FERRIC CHLORIDEFeCl3100MAXCCCC
FERRIC SALTSGeneralALLMAXCCCC
FLUORIDE SALTS + HCIGeneralALL23,9CCSS
FLUOSILICIC ACIDH2SiF61023,9CCSS
FORMALDEHYDEHCHO3765,6CCII
FORMIC ACIDHCOOH2537,8CCSS
FUEL (diesel, jet, gasoline)GeneralALL37,8CCCC
GLYCERINE(CH2OH)2CHOH100MAXCCCC
GREEN LIQUOR (pulp mill) ALLMAXCCNN
HYDROBROMIC ACIDHBr48MAXSSSS
HYDROCHLORIC ACIDHCl10MAXCCSS
HYDROCHLORIC ACIDHCl30MAXCSCSS
HYDROCHLORIC ACID    (concentrated)HClALLUp to 82,2ICNN
HYDROCYANIC ACIDHCnALLMAXCCII
HYDROFLUORIC    ACIDHF2023,9SCNN
HYDROGEN PEROXIDEH2O23023,9CCNN
LACTIC ACIDCH3CHOHCOOH100MAXCCCC
LIME SLURRY SATMAXCCCC
LITHIUM SALTSGeneralALLMAXCCCC
MAGNESIUM SALTSGeneralALLMAXCCCC
MALEIC ACID(HC.COOH)2100MAXCCSS
MERCURY CHLORIDEHgCl2100MAXCCCC
NICKEL SALT ALLMAXCCCC
NITRIC ACIDHNO32048,9CCSS
NITRIC    ACIDHNO33537,8CCNN
NITRIC ACIDHNO340AmbientICNN
NITRIC, HYDROFLUORIC 20:223,9ICNN
NITROUS ACID 1023,9CCCC
OZONE for SEWAGE TREATMENT  37,8CCCC
PERCHLOROETHYLENECCl210023,9SCNN
PHENOLC6H5OH1023,9CCNN
PHENOLC6H5OH88AmbientSCNN
PHOSPHORIC ACIDH3PO485MAXCCCC
PHOSPHORIC ACID, superH3PO4115MAXCCII
POTASSIUM    HYDROXIDEKOH1048,9CCII
POTASSIUM SALTSGeneralALLMAXCCCC
SILVER NITRATEAgNO3100MAXCCCC
SODIUM CYANIDENaCNALL23,9CCII
SODIUM HYDROXIDENaOH50MAXCCII
SODIUM HYDROXIDENaOH10MAXCCNN
SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE (stable)NaOCl1037,8CCSS
SODIUM SALTS-NEUTRALGeneralALLMAXCCCC
SODIUM SALT-AGGRESSIVESO2ALL23,9SCII
SULFUR DIOXIDEH2SO4SATMAXCCSS
SULFURIC    ACIDH2SO425MAXCCSS
SULFURIC ACIDH2SO450MAXCCSS
SULFURIC ACIDH2SO47537,8CCII
TOLUENEC6H5CH310048,9SCII
TRICHLOROETHANE 1,1,1ClCH2CHCl2ALL23,9SCII
TRISODIUM PHOSPHATENa3PO450MAXCCII
WATER (fresh, salt, moderate    D.I.)H2O100MAXCCCC
WET CHLORINE/hydrochloric acid 10-20Up to 176,7SCNN
WHITE LIQUOR (pulp mill)ZnCl2ALLMAXCCII
ZINC CHLORIDE PLATING ALL23,9CCSS
ZINC SALTS 100MAXCCCC

C= Continuous exposure of the grating to the chemical environment listed at the temperature listed.
S= Frequent exposure of the grating to splashes and spills from the chemical environment listed with that environment at the temperature listed.
I= Infrequent exposure of the grating to splashes and spills from the chemical environment listed with that
N= Not recommended for the concentrations and temperatures listed.
T= Test.

 

 

 

Super VE-FR series may require benzoyl peroxide-DMA cure system to increase life.
Consult Fiberstruct for corrosion recommendations at concentrations, temperatures or chemicals not listed in this guide. Max recommended operating temp is 82°C for VE-FR, 65°C for ISO-FR series, and FD-FR series.
The information in this Chemical Resistance Guide is correct to the best of Fiberstruct's knowledge. 
It is based on extensive experience with fiberglass grating in corrosive applications. Because actual use conditions differ and mixtures of corrosives will occur in service, the end user must test for use under actual conditions. Fiberstruct's responsibility for claims arising from breach of warranty, negligence or otherwise is limited to the purchase price of the material sold bij Fiberstruct. Test coupons are available upon specific request.

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