silicone rubber


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silicone rubber

A synthetic, remarkably stable, rubber; useful over a very wide temperature range: –65 to +350°F (–54 to 177°C).
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Even in its non-post cured state, the silicone rubber already exhibits a high level of tear resistance equivalent to that of a post-cured high-tear-strength standard LSR.
The new silicone rubber also features good resistance to super-heated steam.
Until MPM introduced UV-curing silicone rubbers, heat had always been a limiting factor for designers and manufacturers when selecting materials for substrates and inserts to combine with silicone.
MPM says the new glass-clear liquid silicone rubber enables freedom of design and productivity advantages for complex optical parts, including high precision surfaces in lighting applications.
Due to its properties, recoverable silicone rubber obtained through specific technologies is the most stable polymer currently available, offering good reliability combined with long life at convenient production costs.
The gum silicone rubber is supplied to septa manufactures in either large blocks or fiber drums.
Behind the Technology: Liquid silicone rubber has repeatable, short cycle times and provides reduced or eliminated secondary operations.
Here silicone rubber has shown promise, Yasuda notes, because it has better oxygen permeability than any other polymer, good mechanical strength, excellent optical clarity and a physical softness the eyes appreciate.
Momentive Performance Materials highlighted its self-bonding liquid silicone rubber (LSR) series during Chinaplas 2017.
The paste is designed for the fluorescent marking of addition-curing silicone rubber.