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Chemical Resistant Tiles

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Chemical Resistant Tiles

Chemical Resistant Tiles

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MaterialConcrete Tiles
Thickness8 - 10 mm
Tile ShapeRectangle
Products Details:
  • RAJBIT Compounds: Bitumen based material as an underlay for acid proof bricks/tiles stones and mastic lining. Can withstand mild acids, alkalis, salts, bases.
  • RAJSIL-K Compounds: Potassium silicate based cement. Resistant to all acids including strong oxidizing acids and solvents. Excellent under highly acidic conditions. Max. working temperature 800 to 1000°C.
  • RAJPHEN Compounds- Phenolic resin-based cement. Resistant to non-oxidising acids, many organic solvents, acids, neutral salts. Max working temperature 170°C
  • RAJFUR Compounds: Furan resin-based cement. Resistant to most non-oxidising acids, alkalis, salts, and solvents, resin base valuable for use in the presence of alternating acidic & alkaline conditions. Max. working temperature 170 °C.
  • RAJCASH Compression-based cement. Resistant to oxidizing & non-oxidising acids, alkalis, and salts, suitable in the presence of alternating acidic & amp; alkaline conditions. Max. working temperature 160°C.
  • RAJPOL Compounds: Polyester resin-based cement. Resistant to oxidizing as well as non- oxidizing acids, salts, and some organic solvents. Can withstand alkaline conditions. Max. working temperature 90°C.
  • RAJCRYL Compounds- Acrylic polymer based mortar for laying tiles, for floor toppings and patchwork for the maintenance of shop floors. Floors treated with RAJCRYL Compound are very hardwearing and impact resistant.
  • RAJGRAPH: Graphite tiles used to line reaction vessels. Excellent resistance to most non-oxidising acids(HF), alkalis, salts and organic solvents. May substitute glass lining. Max. working temperature 170°C.
  • GEROCK: Acid proof tiles confirming to IS 4860 / IS 4457. Used in tanks, floor, drains, vessels to resist acid, alkalis and solvents. Limitations in HF.

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