General material information without obligation






Nitrile rubber is a synthetic rubber. The acronym is derived from NBR Nitrile Butadiene Rubber (nitrile-butadiene rubber). Nitrile rubber is obtained by copolymerization of acrylonitrile (ACN) and 1,3-butadiene. The products manufactured from nitrile rubber vulcanizates have good resistance to oils, greases and hydrocarbons, good aging characteristics and low abrasion. Depending on the mix-up the thermal scope is between -30 ° C to +100 ° C, briefly up to 130 ° C; at higher temperatures the material hardens. Depending on the article, the material has a hardness between 60 and 80 Shore.





Resistance of various plastics (without obligation)


 
Sign Meaning
++ resistant
+ conditionally resistant
= Non-resistant
 
 





 
Material Concentration Rubber Polyamide Polyurethane Polypropylene
Wastewater - - ++ + -
Acetaldehyde 40% + + = +
Acetone - ++ ++ = +
Acetylene - ++ ++ ++ -
Acrylic acid >30°C - - = = -
Ethanol amine - - - = -
Ether - - ++ ++ -
Ethyl acetate - + ++ = -
Ethyl alcohol - ++ + ++ ++
Ethylene - - - ++ -
Caustic potash - - - = -
Caustic soda - - - = -
Alkyl benzene - - ++ - -
Alkyl alcohol - ++ + = -
Aluminium acetate - - ++ - -
Formic acid 10% + = = ++ (max. 60°C)
Amine, aliphatic - - ++ - -
Amino acid mixtures - - ++ - -
Liquid ammonia 20% ++ ++ = ++
Ammonium salts - - ++ - ++
Ammonium bicarbonate - - ++ - -
Ammonium rhodanide - - ++ - -
Ammonium hydroxyde - - - = -
Ammonium carbonate - ++ - = -
Ammonium nitrate - + - ++ ++
Ammonium sulphate - + - ++ ++
Amylacetate - ++ ++ = ++
Amyl alcohol - ++ ++ + ++
Aniline - = + = ++
Antra quinone, 85 % C - - ++ - -
Malic acid - - ++ + ++ (max. 60°C)
Barium salts - ++ + ++ ++
Cotton seed oil - - - ++ -
Benzene, Petrol ether - = ++ ++ =
Beer - ++ ++ ++ -
Bitumen - = ++ ++ -
Lead acetate, aqueous 10% + ++ ++ =
Lead nitrate - ++ - ++ -
Borax - ++ - ++ -
Boric acid, aqueous 10% ++ + ++ +
Bromine - = = = =
Butter - = ++ ++ -
Butane - = ++ ++ -
Carbolineum - = ++ = -
Casein - - ++ - -
Chlorine, chlorine water - = = = =
Citric acid, aqueous 10% ++ ++ - -
Citrus oils - - ++ - -
Chromic acids, aqueous 10% = + + =
Cobalt acids, aqueous 20% - + - -
Cyclohexanol - + ++ + -
Diethyleneglycol - ++ ++ ++ -
Dichlorobenzol - = ++ = =
Dichlorobutylene - = - = -
Dimethylether - + ++ ++ ++
Dimethylaniline - - - = -
Dimethyl formic amide - + ++ = ++ (max. 20°C)
Inert gases - - ++ - -
Pure acetic acid - + - = ++
Iron chloride, acidic 10% + = + ++ (max. 20°C)
Iron sulphate - - - ++ -
Decalcifier, aqueous 10% - ++ - -
Crude oil - = ++ ++ -
Ethanoic acid 30% = ++ = ++
Fatty acids - - ++ ++ -
Fir leaf oil - = - ++ -
Fluorine - = = = =
Formaldehyde 30% ++ ++ + ++
Formic amide, pure - ++ ++ + -
Furfural - - ++ = -
Gelatine - - - ++ -
Glucose - ++ - ++ -
Glycerine - ++ ++ ++ ++
Glycol - ++ + + ++
Uric acid, aqueous 10% ++ ++ - -
Hexane - = ++ ++ -
Hydraulic liquids - = ++ = -
Isopropyl chloride - = - = -
Isoprophyl ether - ++ - ++ -
Tincture of iodine - ++ = = ++
Potassium chloride 10% + ++ ++ ++ (max. 20°C)
Potassium cyanide - - - + -
Potassium hydroxide - - ++ = ++
Potassium sulphate - ++ - ++ ++
Potassium salts - - - + ++
Nirohydrochloric acid - = = = =
Carbon monoxide, hot - - ++ = -
Carbonic acid - - - ++ -
Coconut oil - = ++ ++ -
Cresols - - = ++ -
Copper chloride - ++ - ++ -
Copper salts, aqueous 10% - = ++ -
Copper sulphate - + + ++ ++
Adhesive - - - ++ -
Manganese salts 10% - + - -
Magnesium salts, aqueous 10% - ++ ++ ++
Methyl alcohol - + + ++ ++
Methylene chloride - = = = -
Methyl ethyl ketone - = ++ = ++
Methyl pyrolidone - - - = -
Milk - ++ ++ ++ -
Lactic acids - = = = ++
Mineral oils - = ++ ++ -
Mortars, cements, lime - ++ ++ - -
Mono bromo benzol - = - = -
Naphthalene - = ++ = ++ (Kristallin)
Sodium carbonat, aqueous 10% - ++ = ++
Sodium chloride, aqueous 10% + = ++ ++ (max. 20°C)
Sodium cyanide, aqueous 10% - ++ = -
Sodium hydroxyde, aqueous - - - = ++
Sodium nitrate, aqueous 10% ++ ++ ++ ++
Sodium phosphate, aqueous 10% ++ ++ ++ ++
Sodium silicate, aqueous 10% ++ ++ + -
Sodium sulphate, aqueous 10% ++ ++ ++ -
Sodium sulphide, aqueous 10% + ++ + -
Sodium thiosulfate 10% ++ ++ + -
Soda lye 50% ++ + = ++
Nickel chloride, aqueous 10% ++ + ++ -
Nickel salts, aqueous 10% - + ++ -
Nickel sulphate, aqueous 10% + + ++ -
Oleic acid - = ++ ++ -
Oxalic acids, aqueous 10% - + - ++
Ozone - = + ++ -
Palmitic acid - = ++ = -
Paraffin - = ++ ++ -
Vegetable oils - = ++ ++ -
Phenyl ethyl ether - = - ++ -
Phenyl benzol - = - = -
Phosphoric acid, aqueous 10% + = - ++
Propane - = ++ ++ -
Propyl alcohol - - - + -
Mercury - ++ ++ ++ ++
Mercury chloride - - = ++ ++
Flue gas - - - = -
Ricinol - - - ++ -
Hydrochloric acid, aqueous 30% + = = ++
Sulphuric acid - + + = ++
Mustard - - - ++ -
Silver nitrate - + - ++ ++
Soda solution, aqueous 10% ++ ++ - -
Stearic acid - = ++ = -
De-icing salts (solutions) - - ++ - -
Tannin acid 10% ++ - - -
Turpentine oil - = ++ + =
Tetrachloro carbons - = ++ = -
Ink - ++ ++ ++ -
Toluol - = ++ = =
Dichloroethylene - = + = =
Uranium fluoride - - = - -
Urine - ++ ++ - -
Vaseline - - ++ - ++ (max. 60°C)
Vinyl chloride, 80°C - - ++ - -
Wax, 80 °C - - ++ - -
Lees, 80°C - ++ ++ - -
Water, cold - ++ ++ ++ -
Water, up to 80°C - + ++ = -
Water (seawater) - ++ ++ + -
Tartaric acid, aqueous 10% ++ ++ + -
Xylol - = ++ = =
Zinc chloride, aqueous 10% ++ + = ++
Zinc rhodanide 30% - = - -