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Lake's Flow Meter - Media / Material Compatibility Guide
15 Sep 2011

Media / Material Compatibility Guide

Recommended Material Selection of Lake's Flow Meters with Common Fluids and Gases

The chart below is a guide to the bell & ross replica watches internal components of Lake's flow meters. It does not cover the non-wetted parts of the monitor. The information in this chart is based upon careful examination of available published information and are believed to be accurate. However, since the resistance of metals, plastics and elastomers can be effected by concentration, temperature and other factors, this information should be considered as a general guide rather than an unqualified guarantee. Ultimately, the  replica watches customer must decide the suitability of materials with his or her own panerai luminor replica system.

Important: Use of aluminum materials of construction with water voids Lake product warranty.

Legend:

A No effect - order standard flow meter
B No effect - specify EPR seals
C No effect - specify Viton®/Teflon® seals 
D No effect - specify Buna-N seals
E Minor effect - flow meter life will be limited 
N Not recommended


Fluid

Aluminum

Brass

Stainless Steel

Polysulphone

Acetic Acid

N

N

E

A

Acetone

B

B

B

N

Alcohol, Ethyl

A

N

A

E

Alcohol, Isobutyl

N

N

A

Alcohol, Isopropyl

N

N

A

Alcohol, Methyl

N

N

B

A to 70°F

Alcohol, Propyl

A

N

A

Ammonia, Liquid

N

N

B

A

Anti-Freeze

A

E

A

A

Beer

B

E

A

Benzene

N

C

A

N

Bleach

N

N

A

A

Boric Acid

N

N

A

A

Carbon Dioxide

N

N

D

Carbon Monoxide

A

N

A

Chlorine Water

N

N

N

N

Diesel Fuel

A

A

A

A

Ethylene Glycol

A

E

A

A

Freon 12

E

E

E - Buna seals

Freon 22

N

A-Neoprene seals

A-Neoprene seals

Fruit Juice

N

N

A

Fuel Oils

A

A

A

A

Gasoline

A

A

A

A

Glycerin

A

N

A

A

Hexane

A

A

A

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