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Borane Dimethylamine / Polypropylene Compatibility


2000

I will be building a hood for a customer who will be spraying a solution of Borane Dimethylamine in water.

I'm having a hard time determining if polypropylene will be a suitable hood material.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Thank you much

Bruce OBrien
- Chandler, Arizona, USA


(2002)

This response may be a little late but PP is perfectly compatible with DMAB solutions.

Scott Campbell
- Tempe, Arizona, USA


(2002)

Personally, I don't think polypropylene is ever a suitable hood material. It's too flammable.

Ted Mooney, finishing.com Teds signature
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