SILICONE - FluoroSilicone Rubber (FVMQ)

Silicone rubber compounds are a type of silicone material that is specifically formulated for rubber-like applications. They share many properties with other silicone compounds, but also have some unique characteristics. Here are the key properties of silicone rubber compounds:

  1. Flexibility and Elasticity: Silicone rubber compounds exhibit excellent flexibility and elasticity. They can be stretched and compressed repeatedly without permanent deformation, allowing them to recover their original shape and size.

  2. High Temperature Resistance: Silicone rubber compounds can withstand high temperatures without significant degradation. They maintain their mechanical properties and stability over a wide temperature range, typically from -50°C to 250°C or higher, depending on the specific formulation.

  3. Low Temperature Flexibility: Silicone rubber compounds retain their flexibility and elasticity even at low temperatures. They remain pliable and do not become brittle, making them suitable for cold environments.

  4. Chemical Resistance: Silicone rubber compounds are resistant to a wide range of chemicals, including acids, bases, solvents, oils, and fuels. They do not easily swell, degrade, or dissolve when exposed to these substances, ensuring their integrity in various chemical environments.

  5. Weatherability: Silicone rubber compounds exhibit excellent weather resistance, withstanding exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation, ozone, and other environmental factors without significant degradation. They do not become discolored, cracked, or deteriorate when exposed to outdoor conditions over an extended period.

  6. Electrical Insulation: Silicone rubber compounds possess good electrical insulation properties. They exhibit high dielectric strength and resistivity, making them suitable for electrical insulation applications, such as insulators, gaskets, and seals.

  7. Water Resistance: Silicone rubber compounds are hydrophobic and repel water. They have excellent resistance to water absorption, ensuring that their properties remain unaffected even when exposed to high levels of moisture or humidity.

  8. Biocompatibility: Some silicone rubber compounds are biocompatible and suitable for use in medical and healthcare applications. They are well-tolerated by living tissues, have low toxicity, and are used in medical devices, implants, prosthetics, and other healthcare products.

  9. Excellent Sealing Properties: Silicone rubber compounds have inherent sealing properties due to their high flexibility and elasticity. They can conform to irregular surfaces and provide effective sealing against air, water, dust, and other contaminants.

  10. Easy Processing: Silicone rubber compounds can be easily processed using various manufacturing methods, including molding, extrusion, and calendering. They have good flow characteristics and can be formed into complex shapes, making them suitable for a wide range of rubber applications.

We manuifacturig specific properties of silicone rubber compounds can vary depending on the formulation, curing mechanism, and additives used. we have 300°C temperatures compund available and we make silicone rubber compounds to meet specific application requirements, such as hardness, color, and physical properties.

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