Cure Silicone

Cure Silicone 66

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Also called condensation-cure silicone, these are high-tear silicone rubbers that are known as the “work ” of the industry because of their performance and economy.

Cure Silicone 92

Cure Silicone 35

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Cure Silicone 7

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Product Information Silicone Sealants FEATURES • Primerless adhesion to many materials • Oxime cure; cures at room temperature upon exposure to moisture in the air

Platinum cure silicone, also called addition cure silicone, are two-component high tear strength and flexible mold or casting compounds. They are recommended as a mold material for casting polyurethane, epoxy, or polyester resins, wax and a wide range of other casting materials.

Cure Silicone 64

ASI 335 Neutral Cure Silicone is a high performance, advanced adhesion low odor RTV silicone. VOC compliant, 100% silicone, construction & industrial applications.

Cure Silicone 88

Also known as addition-cure silicone, platinums exhibit the lowest long-term shrinkage and have the longest library life of all mold rubbers (with a price tag to match).

Cure Silicone 13

Cure Silicone 28

Cure Silicone 19

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Silicone elastomer can be crosslinked (“cured” or “vulcanized”) into solid forms through a variety of cure systems. The most common curing systems are: 1) addition cure chemistry (platinum catalyst) which does not require moisture or open air, and

Tin-based silicone, also called condensation-cure silicone, are two-component materials which cure at room temperature (RTV) to flexible, high tear-strength rubbers.