1991-02-01

Fluoropolymer Resins: Permeation of Automotive Fuels 910104

This paper presents the permeation rates for fuel hose and tubing made from nylon and fluoroplastics when exposed, primarily, to M20 fuel. Room temperature permeation rates were obtained using several types of commercially supplied hose and tubing. The permeation rate for fluoroplastics was found to be about 10 times lower than that for nylon.

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