• Durable and UV-resistant
  • Innovative 4-tooth head design
The product was added to your shopping cart.
Go to shopping cart

Chemical resistance of cable ties

The table below gives you an overview of the resistance of all cable tie materials in our online shop when they come into contact with various chemicals. Before using cable ties, make sure to find out about their chemical resistance, as some cable ties are not suitable for use with certain chemical substances.

Please note: This list is not exhaustive.

Key
Resistant:
Conditionally resistant:
Not resistant:

Chemical substances Concentration PA 6.6 UV PA 6.6 Stainless steel 1.4301
Acetaldehyde 50 %
Acetone 100 %
Ammonium carbonate 5 %
Ammonium hydroxide 10 %
Barium chloride 5 %
Barium sulphate 10 %
Barium sulphide 10 %
Benzene 100 %
Benzoic acid 100 %
Butyric acid 50 %
Carbon tetrachloride 100 %
Chloroacetic acid 30 %
Chlorine wet
Chlorine dry
Chromic acid 50 %
Citric acid 50 %
Ethanol 100 %
Ethylene glycol 100 %
Gasoline 100 %
Hydrogen peroxide 30 %
Hydrogen sulphide dry
Isopropyl alcohol 100 %
Kerosene 100 %
Lactic acid 10 %
Lanolin 10 %
Linseed oil 10 %
Magnesium chloride 10 %
Nitric acid 30 %
Nitric acid 30-70 %
Paraffin 100 %
Phenol 90 %
Phosphoric acid 10 %
Potassium dichromate 40 %
Potassium hypochlorite 2 %
Potassium nitrate 50 %
Potassium permanganate 5 %
Propanol 100 %
Sodium acetate 60 %
Sodium bicarbonate, aqueous saturated
Sodium carbonate, aqueous saturated
Sodium chloride saturated
Sodium hydroxide 10 %
Sodium nitrate 5 %
Sodium sulphate 5 %
Sulphur dioxide wet
Sulphuric acid 10 %
Sulphuric acid 96 %
Toluene 100 %
Xylene 100 %
Zinc chloride 70 %


When handling cable ties, please also pay attention to our warnings.