September 2007

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System for corrosive chemical applications The Pyroflex sheet membrane system for corrosive chemical processing applications is said to provide maximum durability and lasting pliability in the demandi..

System for corrosive chemical applications The Pyroflex sheet membrane system for corrosive chemical processing applications is said to provide maximum durability and lasting pliability in the demanding and extreme environment of autoclave service. It does not experience thermal decomposition under 500°F; it resists inorganic alkalines such as caustic soda and salts and it is not affected by reducing agents. Pyroflex functions as an integral component of an overall lining system. The sheets fuse directly to metal and concrete surfaces without the need for special adhesives. Adjacent sheets are butted and fused together with joint strips for a continuous uniform lining with no lap jo

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