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Outlaw's link for elastomer compatibility is this:

 

http://www.dupontelastomers.com/crg/nav.asp?page=tlargiGuide.asp

 

 

Perfect thanks Guys.. When using the Link in debates it still wont shut up the hard core morons ..but the silent majority else reading the debates and see's the facts presented will accept the facts ..and that's who we're are trying to reach..

 

 

 

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There's also the DOE's testing of Ethanol. I managed to find one of the earlier studies testing E15 and E20.

http://www.nrel.gov/docs/fy12osti/55778.pdf

I still haven't found the big one they did for E15.

 

The EPA's E15 Waiver.

http://www.epa.gov/otaq/regs/fuels/additive/e15/

 

The University of Minnesota's E20 study.

http://www1.umn.edu/news/features/2008f/UR_181624_REGION1.html

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Sorry- I was busy and forgot to get back to this- the other link was indeed one of them. Here is another;

 

http://www.coleparmer.com/Chemical-Resistance

 

For a simple but fast visual demonstration of the need for compatibility-particularly with gasoline, pour pure ethanol in a Styrofoam cup--nothing happens, dump out the ethanol and pour in gasoline- the cup melts faster than you can pour. Of course now you have a reportable spill to report to the DNR  ;D

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