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"Depending on the type of basic polymer. 'Depending on the fat/oil content. "Used as an aqueous 1% solution.

dThe performance of a rubber will be affected by the presence of essential oils. "All strengths up to 5% at maximum operating temperatures of the rubber. ^Sodium carbonate and other detergent/additives, eg, sodium phosphate, silicate. ^Sodium hypochlorite as used at normal sterilizing concentration—150 mg/L. ''Nitric acid as used at normal cleaning strength of 1/2-1%. 'Up to 5% strength.

Table 7. Suggested Limits of Concentration and Temperature for Peracetic Acid in Contact with Rubber

Peracetic acid concentration

(active ingredient) Temp. (°C) Medium nitrile Butyl (resin-cured) EPDM Silicon Fluoro-elastomer

Table 7. Suggested Limits of Concentration and Temperature for Peracetic Acid in Contact with Rubber

Peracetic acid concentration

(active ingredient) Temp. (°C) Medium nitrile Butyl (resin-cured) EPDM Silicon Fluoro-elastomer

0.05% (500 mg/L)

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