ASTM WK44436

    New Practice for Determining Chemical Resistance of Pultruded Shapes Intended for Liquid Service

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    Developed by Subcommittee: D20.18 | Committee D20 | Contact Staff Manager


    1. Scope

    This practice is designed to evaluate, in an unstressed state, the chemical resistance of pultruded shapes used in the fabrication of reinforced thermosetting plastic (RTP) structures. This practice provides for the determination of changes in the properties, described as follows, of the test specimens and test reagent after exposure of the specimens to the reagent: hardness of specimens, weight change thickness, appearance of specimens, appearance of immersion media, and structural properties.

    The standard is needed to provide engineers and specifiers a way to determine durability of pultruded shapes during material selection and subsequent design. Users will be material specifiers and structural engineers.


    chemical, corrosion, pultrude, pultrusion, durability

    The title and scope are in draft form and are under development within this ASTM Committee.

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    Work Item Status

    Date Initiated:

    Technical Contact:
    Kevin Spoo

    Draft Under Development