Silicone Rubber and Its Properties

Silicone rubber is one of the worlds most versatile materials due to its unique range of properties which make it so ideal for so many applications. It is capable of operating in temperatures more extreme than any other type of rubber and as such it is well suited to a huge variety of industries.

Silicone is an inert, extremely flexible material which resists the growth of micro organisms and does not support bacterial growth. For this reason it is often used in medical and FDA environments. Silicone rubber also offers superior resistance to water and is an excellent electrical insulator.

Silicone rubber can be manufactured in a huge variety of different types including transparent, transluctant, FDA and cloth inserted materials. It can be supplied in silicone rubber rolls and can be commercial grade, high temperature grade, textured and cloth inserted.

Silicone rubber rolls are available for a range of applications for both the residential and industrial markets. This type of silicone offers excellent stretching capabilities whilst remaining strong and elastic with an average elongation of 300% and 650 PSI tensile strength. Silicone rubber is ideal for use in gaskets as it is resistant to weathering, UV, fuels, grease and oils as well as offering resistance against heavy alkaline and chemical environments.

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