Materials

Calculate (poly or steel) tanks of following materials:

 

E-CTFE
PE-HD
PE 63
PE 80
PE 100
PE-el
PP-H
PP-B
PP-R
PP Alpha plus
PVC-U
PVC-NI
PVC-RI
PVC-C
PVDF
PVDF-C

Ethylene-Chlorinetrichlorineethylene (e.g. Halar)
Polyethylene, high density
PE-HD(20°C,50a)  K(A1, A3) = 6,3 N/mm² (a PE-HD type)
PE-HD(20°C,50a)  K(A1, A3) = 8,0 N/mm² (a PE-HD type)
PE-HD(20°C,50a)  K(A1, A3) = 10,0 N/mm² (a PE-HD type)
Polyethylene, elektrical conductive (≤ 10-6 Ω) based on PE 100
Polypropylene, homopolymere
Polypropylene, blockcopolymere
Polypropylene, random-copolymere
Polypropylen, homopolymere with modifiied (increased) creepmodulus
Polyvinyl chloride, non- plasticized
Polyvinyl chloride, normal impact resistant (a PVC-U type)
Polyvinyl chloride, raised impact resistant (a PVC-P type)
Polyvinyl chloride, post- chlorinated
Polyvinylidene Fluoride
Polyvinylidene fluoride, Copolymer

New, only for rectangular tanks (additional module Z 1.3):

steel sheet ST 37-2
steel sheet ST 52-3N
stainless steel sheet V2A
stainless steel sheet V4A
aluminum sheet

1.0037 = S235JR+AR = A283 C
1.0570 = S355J2+N = A572 50
1.4301 = X5CrNi18-10 = 304 = S3040
1.4401 = X5CrNiMo17-12-2 = 316 = S31600
3.3206.1(2) = AlMgSi 0,5 = F25

Further materials in preparation!