Silicone Rubber

" THE RIGHT MATERIAL FOR A WIDE RANGE OF APPLICATIONS"

Silicone Polymers were developed in the late 40's and are used in many different fields because they are resistant to a wide range of temperatures and because they demonstrate excellent long-term stability, even under extreme conditions.

A wide range of outstanding properties makes this possible:

  • Serviceability at temperatures ranging from -50° to +200°C.
  • Special grades enable the material to be used at temperatures between -50° to +300°C.
  • Maintains its physical properties throughout the temperature range.
  • Excellent ageing resistance, even under extreme conditions (U.V. and ozone).
  • Good resistance to a number of chemicals. (see table)
  • Inert and non-toxic properties – ideal for food applications and medical devices.
  • Outstanding electrical insulating properties at a wide temperature range.
  • Available in a wide range of colours including transparent.
  • Good bonding to a variaty of metals and plastics

Raw Silicone

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