Silicon is a type of synthetic elastomer which has excellent heat, ozone, oils, solvent & chemicals, its also has dielectric stability which makes it a favourite elastomer in electrical applications.
Curing: Usually standard silicone compounds are peroxide-cured, however for better flexible properties platinum-cured compounds are preferred.
Properties : Silicon rubber has good resistance to extreme temperatures being able to operate between -50°C to 200°C, due to its inert properties it does not react with most chemicals and is used extensively in medical applications.
- Food & Pharma
Temperature : - 50°C to 232° C
Compatible : To Oils, Diluted Salt Solution Applications, Dry-Heat, Ozone & Weather resistance.
Not Compatible : To Petrol Based Oils & Fuel, High Steam, Concentrated Alkalis & Acids.
Chemical Resistance : Ozone, Aging, Weathering, Animal & Vegetable oil, Grease, Moderate Resistance to Mineral Oil.
ASTM CLASSIFICATION: FC/FE/GE
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