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Chemical Resistance Chart

Hyload coal tar elastomeric roofing membranes are reinforced with dispersed polyester fibers and modified with DuPont’s Elvaloy® KEE. As a result, you are provided with a membrane that can perform when exposed to ultraviolet rays, retarded drainage, oils, grease and chemicals/acids. The following is a list of the most common chemicals that our roofing membranes are resistant to.


Chemical Resistance
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Hyload coal tar elastomeric roofing membranes resist the following chemicals:
Acid Mine WaterGasolineCitric AcidMethyl Alcohol
Ammonium Hydroxide (90%)HexaneChromic Acid (40%)Mineral Oil (901/4)
AsphaltHydrochloric AcidCoal Tar PitchMineral Spirits (901/4)
Black LiquorHydrogen SulfateCopper SulfateNitric Acid (40% @ 901/4)
BoraxIsobutanolDiesel FuelOxalic Acid (10%)
Boric AcidIsopropyl AlcoholEthyl AlcoholPhosphoric Acid (901/4)
Calcium ChlorideJet Fuel (Kerosene) JP-4Fats & Oils–Animal/VegetableSmoke House Affluent
Calcium HydroxideLactic Acid (50%)FertilizersSoda Ash
CalgonLinseed OilFormaldehyde (40%@901/4)Sodium Hypochlorite (6-20%)
Caustic Potash (35% @ 901/4)Lubricating OilsFormic Acid (901/4)Sodium Sulfate
Caustic Soda (50%)Magnesium SulfateFuel Oils (A-B-C)Sulfuric Acid (50%)
The above chart is valid up to ambient temperatures of 1501/4 F. For specific information regarding a particular chemical or one not listed contact the Hyload Technical Department.