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  • SILICONE RUBBER

  • General Charcteristic

    Durometer Range (Shore A)

    30-90

    Tensile Range (P.S.I / MPA )

    200-1500 / 1.4-10.2

    Elongation (Max %)

    700

    Compression Set

    Good

    Resilience – Rebound

    Good

    Abrasion Resistance

    Fair to Poor

    Tear Resistance

    Poor

    Solvent Resistance

    Poor

    Oil Resistance

    Fair to Poor

    Low Temperature Usage (C°)

      -50° to -100°

    High Temperature Usage (C°)

     Up to 250°

    Aging Weather – Sunlight

    Excellent

    Adhesion to Metals

    Good

    Properties
    Silicone rubber material can be compounded in different ways to meet any number of applications. Silicone is able to be compounded to have tensile strength in the area of 1500 PSA and tear resistance up to 200lbs. It also has a low compression set and good resilience in addition to being moderately resistant to solvents. Silicone has excellent heat resistance and good release characteristics. It also exhibits extreme low temperature properties and can be highly resistant to oxidation and ozone attack. Generally, silicones are attacked by most concentrated solvents, oils, acids and dilute sodium hydroxide.

    Compression Set: When a silicone rubber products application causes it to be under compression in heated conditions, the recovery of these materials from compression deformation becomes a crucial consideration. Unlike most organic elastomers such as EPDM and neoprene, the compression set of silicone rubber is consistent over a wide range of temperatures from -60° to +250°C. The selection of a proper curing agent and post-curing is particularly recommended when using silicone material to make molded products that require a low compression set.

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