Silicone sheeting

Silicone rubberSilicone rubber sheeting is physiologically inert, thus making it the preferred choice of the medical, pharmaceutical and food processing industries.


It also maintains its stability in extreme environments, and its operative properties remain invariable over a wide temperature range, making it useful for a large number of industrial applications in the automotive, electronics and lighting sectors, amongst others

 


Properties

  • Excellent resistance to heat (dry air), at +200º C continuous and +220º C intermittent.
  • Remains flexible at low temperatures of -70ºC.
  • Resistant to ultra-violet light, ozone and weathering.
  • Good electrical insulation properties.
  • Silicones have comparatively low mechanical properties, tensile strength, elongation and tear strength, however they keep constant even at high temperatures but should not be used with high pressure steam.
  • Resistance to chemicals; moderate resistance to general chemical products; but acids, alkalis, esters and ketone should be avoided.
 

Applications

Food Industries   
Industrial maintenance(high temperature) 
Sealing

 

 

High elongation and tear resistant silicone

High elongation Silicone sheeting is specifically designed for industrial lamination processes requiring the use of large-sized protective membranes and high temperature resistance, and it is indispensable in the wooden panel lamination and photovoltaic panel industries.

High elongation silicone 

 

 

 Our products 
Ref Color Hardness
Shore A
Applications
S661 White 60 General use/Multiple applications
SC01 Translucent 60 General use/Multiple applications
SC02 Red 60 General use/Multiple applications
 
 
Scandinavian market

 

Ref Color

Hardness   
Shore A

Applications Certificates
FS68R Red 60 Food industry / Sealing / High temperature resistant  FDA
FS68T Transparent 60 Food industry / Sealing / High temperature resistant  FDA


The current technical information has been carefully checked and given in good faith but it is not exempted from possible typing errors.

Historically, compounds have different commercial names in each market.
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