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The data shown below is based on laboratory tests and actual service records. Because factors such as turbulance, temperature, PV, degree of contact, etc. are variables which can affect performance, it is always advisable to test material under service conditions before specifiying our sliding bearings for new applications.

A- Fluid has little or no effect

B- Fluid has minor to moderate effect

C- fluid has severe effect

Unless otherwise noted, concentrations of aqueous solutions are saturated.
All ratings are at room temperature unless specified.

Acetaldehyde A Ethyl acetate A Plamitic acid A
Acetic acid,20% A Ethyl alcohol A Perchloroethylene A
Acetic acid, 30% A

Ethyl chloride, dry

A Phenol A
Acetic acid, glacial A Ethyl glycol A Phosphoric acid, 20% C
Acetic anhydride A Ferric chloride solution C Phosphoric acid, 60% C
Acetone A Formaldehyde A Phosphoric acid, 70% C
Acetylene A Formic acid A Phosphoric acid, 85% C
Aluminum chloride solutions B FERON-11 A pickling solution B
Aluminum sulfate solution A FERON-11(130 F)(54 C) A Pickling solution B
Ammonium hydroxide solution C FERON-12 A Potassium dichromate solution A
Ammonium chloride solutions C FERON-12(130 F)(54 C) A Potassium hydroxide solution C
Ammonium sulfate solution B FERON- 22 A Pyridine A
Amyl acetate(122 F)(50 C) A FERON- 22(130 F)(54 C) A SAE / 10 oil (158 F)(70 C) A
Amyl alcohol A FERON- 113 A Sea water A
Aniline A FERON- 113(130 F)(54 C) A Silicone grease A
ASTM oil /1 (158 F)(70 C) A FERON- 114 A Soap solutions A
ASTM oil / 3(158 F)(70 C) A FERON- 114(130 F)(54 C) A Sodium chloride solutions A
ASTM reference fuel A A Furfural A Sodium dichromate, 20% A
ASTM reference fuel B (122 F) A Gasoline A Sodium hydroxide, 20% C
ASTM reference fuel C A Glue A Sodium hydroxide, 461/2% C
Asphalt A Glycerin A Sodium hydroxide, 50% C
Barium hydroxide solution C n-Hexane (122 F)(50 C) A Sodium hydroxide, 73% C
Beer A Hyrdrazine A Sodium hypochlorite, 5% C
Benzaldehyde A Hydrochloric acid, 20% B Sodium hypochlorite, 20% C
Benzene (158 F)(70 C) A Hydrochloric acid, 37% B Sodium peroxide solution A
Benzoyl chloride anhydrous A Hydrochloric acid C Soybean oil A
Benzoyl chlorideboiling C Hydrofloric acid, 48% C Steam (see water) A
Borax solution (to 176 F) A Hydrofloric acid, 75% C Steric acid A
Boric acid solution A Hydrofloric acid, anhydrous C Styrene A
Bromine, anhydrous liquid A Hydrogen A Sulfur, molten A
Butane A hydrogen peroxide, 90% A Sulfur dioxide, liquid C
Butyl acetate A Hydrogen sulfide A Sulfur dioxide, gas C
Butyraldehyde A JP-4 A Sulfur trioxide C
Butyric acid A JP-5 A Sulfuric acid, up to 50% C
Calcium bisulfite solution B JP-6 A Sulfuric acid, 50%-80% C
Calcium chloride solution C kerosene A Sulfuric acid, 60% C
Calcium hydroxide solution B Lacquer solvents A

Sulfuric acid, 90%

Calcium hypochlorite, 5% B Latic acid A Sulfuric acid, 95% C
Calcium hypochlorite, 20% B Linseed oil A Sulfuric acid, fuming (20% oleum) C
Carbon bisulfide A Lubricating oils A Sulfurous acid B
Carbon dioxide A Magnesium chloride solution B Tannic acid, 10% A
Carbon monoxide A Mercuric chloride solution C Tartaric acid A
Carbon tetrachloride,dry (122 F) A mercury C Toluene A
Carbon tetrachloride,wet B Methol alcohol A Trichloroethylene A
Castor oil A methyl ethyl ketone (122F) A Tricresyl phosphate A
Chlorine gas, dry A methylene chloride B Triethanolamene A
Chlorine gas, wet C Mineral oil A Tung oil A
Chlorosulfonic acid A Naptha A Turpentine A
Chromic acid, 10-15% B Nathalene A Water (122 F)(50 C) A
Citric acid solution A Nitric acid, 10% A Water (212 F)(100 C) A
Copper chloride solution B Nitric acid, 30% A Xylene A
Copper sulfate solution B Nitric acid, 60% A Zinc chloride solutions B
Cottonseed oil A Nitric acid, 70% A    
Creosote oil A Nitric acid, red fuming A    
Cyclohexane A Nitrobenzene A    
    Oleic acid A