We may be adding urea tanks into the engine rooms of our tug boats in the near future. While polyethylene is a great choice for in terms of chemical compatibility, I don't like the idea of using plastic tanks in a space that has a high fire potential. Are there any major corrosion issues using 304L or 316L stainless steels in a 30% aqueous solution of urea?
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