Designed for the manufacture of various types of seals, gaskets and dampers, they have a set of significant advantages over traditional types of rubber:
- Chemical inertness of the material which is resistant to acids at concentrations up to 50%, alkalis, solvents (alcohols, ethylene glycol, acetone, hydrogen peroxide), salts (including salt solutions).
- Fluorosilicone plates are also resistant to various types of oil and petroleum-based fuels.
- Temperature range is from -60 to + 350 ° C
- There is no aging in the air; the service life is ten times longer.
- It is a perfect dielectric. On a 5 mm plate with a test voltage of industrial frequency 12 kV, the insulation resistance is 100,000 MΩ.
- 100% permissibility for contact with any food products.
|Thickness||From 1 to 30 mm|
|Hardness||From 30 to 80 Shore|
|Operating temperature range||From -600C to + 2500C (+ 3150C for silicones with increased heat resistance)|
|Elongation at break, %, not less||From 300 to 1000|
|Nominal tensile strength, MPa, not less||From 6 to 13|
|Rate of set after compression of 20% at a temperature of 200C (%)||From 15 to 30|
|Resistance to environments||Liquids: fresh water, sea water (including boiling water).
Gas: ammonia, oxygen, ozone.
Salts: sodium carbonate, copper sulphate, iron chloride, sodium chloride.
Acids: nitric (10%), sulfuric (30-50%), hydrochloric (10-18%), stearic, acetic (30%), phosphoric.
Food products: alcohol, table vinegar, drawn butter and vegetable oil.
Solvents: hydrogen peroxide, ethylene glycol, ethyl alcohol, acetone.
For fluorosilicones: gasoline, diesel fuel, transformer oil, other types of mineral oils.