Silicone Rubber

  • Silicone rubber retains its physical organic elastomers particularly when subjected to extremely low or high temperatures; it solves design problems that demand elastomers to stay rubber after long exposures of high temperatures
  • Good tensile strength at elevated temperatures in comparison to organic rubber silicone rubber retains a much greater percentage of its room temperature tensile strength at high temperatures; good elongation characteristics, ultimate value range to 700%m
  • Wide range of hardness 15 to 80 Durometer; the designer is free to select the desired hardness that best fits a specific function; good tear strength – up to 250 ppi and resistance to tear propagation; excellent resistance to compression set at elevated temperatures up to 200°C
  • Good resilience – quick recovery after deflection; electrically, long-term aging at high temperatures produces only minimal change in properties; and dielectric stability is relatively unaffected by frequent or extreme temperature fluctuations
  • Because silicone rubber retains its physical integrity in environmental extremes, electrical failures due to cracked insulation are sharply reduced; when exposed to intense flame, silicone rubber remains non-conducive and does not carbonise; under environmental extremes rubber is unmatched in performance when subjected to weathering, ozone and corona, attack by many oils, chemicals and fungi, low pressure steam, water and radiation exposure

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