SIlicone Rubber
Silicone rubber (Polysiloxane) is a rubber that has the main structural components of silicon (Si) and oxygen (O) with a chemical-like structure Each grade of silicone rubber is different from the molecules that attach to the main structure, resulting in different properties and names, such as VMQ, PMQ, FMQ, PVMQ, FVMQ etc.
Silicone rubber has outstanding features in a wide operating temperature range. Can withstand the minimum cold -70 C and the highest heat resistance of +315 C (special grade Max). Resistant to UV ozone and the environment. High purity rubber material Resistant to mold and bacteria, fire resistance, smooth surface, does not stick to sticky areas
Silicone rubber is a very high purity rubber. Therefore popular to use silicone rubber to produce FDA food grade rubber parts for food related products Rubber and medical production In addition, silicone rubber has a wide operating temperature range of -70 to +220 C (Max 315 C for special grades), making it possible to produce parts that require extra high temperatures. Or resistant to use at low temperatures Including the ability to withstand vegetable oils, animal oils, brake fluids, medical solutions, UV Ozone and the environment at an excellent level. However, silicone rubber still has some requirements for dynamic use because the silicone rubber is not resistant to tearing. And not resistant to highly concentrated chemicals
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