Slide Rule Application

Blair Rubber Company provides a complete lining system; technical service, material, cements, and repair material.

This slide rule contains chemical resistance ratings that have been developed from various sources. The purpose of this data is to help you narrow the choice of materials when selecting the proper liner for your specific needs. For the best recommendations on specifying all your rubber linings, please check with Blair’s technical department.

Allow a safety margin beyond the most extreme conditions you expect. Wear due to abrasion, impact, temperature extremes inside and outside the lined equipment, and strongest concentration of chemical components all affect the life of the lining.

The final selection of linings for a particular service should not be made without advice from Blair’s technical department.

Service Conditions Questionnaire

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Choose Lining:


Name:

Conditions:

Concentration (%):
Temperature:  °F  °C

Recommended Lining:

Chemical Cure:

 
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ENDURAFLEX™
ENDURABOND™ cement systems
PLIOWELD™
MARFLEX™
CRISLIP™

1. VE prefix designates Enduraflex™.
2. LS prefix designates Plioweld™.
3. Other designations indicate Marflex™ or Crislip™.
4. Hardness-Durometer Shore A range is designated by the first number listed in the name; VE9xxBN indicates 90 durometer.
5. The suffix designates color first then type of rubber compound; VE621BC: BC-Black Chlorobutyl, BEP-Black EPDM, BBS-Black Butyl & Synthetic, TN-Tan Natural, BN-Black Natural, BH-Black Hypalon®, BNE-Black Neoprene, BNI-Black Nitrile
6. Linings may function at higher temperatures than listed, but the lining life will be reduced.
7. If impingement abrasion is severe – lining thickness can be increased.
8. Lining may experience rapid surface attack but will still provide lasting service.
9. By-products or additives with small amounts of organic compounds may cause rapid failure of the lining.
10. When discoloration is undesirable and/or maximum purity is desirable, testing is recommended.
11. Complies with FDA, CFR 177.2600.
12. White colored linings available.
13. Chemical cure linings available for repair.
14. Temperature/Thickness 140°F (60°C) for 3/16” (5mm) thick, for higher temperatures – ½”" (6mm) linings are recommended. HB50HT lining can withstand up to 250°F (121°C) depending on service conditions.

*Hypalon® is a registered trademark of Dupont.

Choose Lining:


Name:

Conditions:

Concentration (%):
Temperature:

Recommended Lining:

Application 1:

Application 2:

 
Contact Us For More Information:
Ph. 800-321-5583
Fx. 330-769-9334

Disclaimer: The listed specifications are intended to be used only as a guideline. All information is believed to be accurate but is given without acceptance of liability and is subject to change without notice at Blair’s discretion. Users should make their own assessment of the suitability of the product for the purposes required. For technical questions and application information, please contact Blair Rubber Company Technical Department.