Plastic Lumber Resistance to Chemicals
Resco Plastics produces 100% high-density polyethylene (HDPE) plastic lumber for a variety of applications. HDPE is a versatile material with excellent strength, durability, and chemical resistance, making it a top choice for many industries.
One of the key advantages of Resco Plastics’ 100% HDPE plastic lumber is its imperviousness to a wide range of chemicals. This chemical resistance makes it ideal for use in harsh environments, including construction, industrial, and food processing applications.
Here is a list of some of the chemicals that HDPE is impervious to:
- Acetic acid
- Calcium hypochlorite
- Carbon dioxide
- Chlorine gas
- Diesel fuel
- Hydrochloric acid
- Hydrogen peroxide
- Nitric acid
- Sodium hydroxide
- Sulfuric acid
Overall, Resco Plastics’ 100% HDPE plastic lumber is an excellent choice for applications that require superior chemical resistance. Unlike wood/plastic composites that may have reduced chemical resistance due to the addition of wood fibers, Resco’s 100% HDPE plastic lumber is impervious to a wide range of chemicals, providing exceptional performance and longevity.
Even though there is a much larger list of chemicals MAXiTUF Plastic Lumber is resistant against, below is a list of Common Chemicals HDPE Plastic Lumber is resistant to. If you have a particular application in mind that involves a chemical not on the list, please feel free to contact us.