Physical and chemical properties of chlorosulfonated polyethylene are reported in detail. Topics discussed include uses, forms available, effects of compounding, effects of aging, abrasion and impact resistance, electrical properties, heat and weather resistance, priming, and application methods. Chemical resistances are reported at room temperature or at temperatures ranging from 158–212 F for chlorosulfonated polyethylene in 274 different media. These test media include alcohol and water, alkalies, gases, inorganic acids, oxidizing agents, chlorine dioxide, chrome plating solution, hydrogen peroxide, nitric acid, pickling solution, sodium hypochlorite, sulfuric acid, oils and solvents.

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