Tin Ammonium Chloride is also known as Tin Salts, Ammonium Chloride, Ammonium Tin, and Stannous Chloride. It is commonly used as an intermediate in the production of tin-based chemicals, such as flame retardants, dyes, and catalysts. It is also used as a wood preservative and as an etching agent in the electronics industry.
When rubber is exposed to Tin Ammonium Chloride, it can cause a variety of failures. The most common type of failure is cracking, which can be caused by the salt's ability to absorb moisture, leading to an increase in the rubber's flexibility. The salt can also cause swelling, which can lead to decreased durability and strength. Additionally, the salt can corrode the rubber, leading to a decrease in the material's elasticity.
Viton ® o-rings from Marco Rubber offer excellent compatibility with a range of chemicals, oils and resist high temperatures up to 400F. Viton ® is also known as FKM made of fluoroelastomer one of the most versatile and widely used sealing materials.
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