6.5 - 8.5/kg
Product Description: The specification of mold additive cured silicone rubber, which also uses additive treatment silicone rubber and platinum curing silicone rubber, is usually a two-component liquid silicone rubber, stress vulcanized (RTV-2). Applications: Additive cured silicone rubber has a wide application, such as food mold making (candy, cake, biscuit, chocolate, ice cubes, fondant, etc. foaming, making breast prostheses, artificial leather, human body, Model Code GTSIL-P10 GTSIL-P15 GTSIL-P20 GTSIL-P25 GTSIL-P30 GTSIL-P35 GTSIL-P40 Shore A 8-10 14-16 19-21 24-26 28-30 34-36 38-42 Viscosity - SP 3000-5000 4000-6000 4000-7000 5000-8000 6000-9000 6000-10000 4000-6000 1:1 1:1 1:1 1:1 1:1 1:1 - MPa 3.5-5, 5 4-6 4-6 4-6 4-6 4-6 3.5-5.5 Shrinkage - % 0.10% 0.10% 0.10% 0.10% 0.10% 0.10% 0.10%. Elongation - % 500-600% 500-600% 500-600% 400-500% 400-500% 350-500% 300-450%. free of loose material If necessary, especially on porous substrates, use a suitable release agent such as petroleum jelly or soap solution. nent A (silicone base) before use, since the filler can quickly exfoliate during long-term storage. Weigh 100 g of Component A (silicone base) and 3 g of Component B (hardener) in a clean container. Stir until the hardener is completely dissolved in the base. You can use manual or mechanical change, but do not change for an extended period of time and do not allow the temperature to rise above 35°C (95°F). With frequent falling under a small amount, which are exceptional characteristics of component A (silicone base) and component B (hardener). It is highly recommended to remove the air entrapment in the vacuum tank, the intake of the mixture is fully expanded and then collapsed. After another 1-2 minutes in a vacuum, you can check the mixture if there are no air bubbles in it. Vacuum deaeration of the mixture results in an increase in volume by 3-5 times, so a sufficiently large container should be chosen. Note. In the absence of vacuum deaeration equipment, air entrainment can be minimized by mixing a small amount of component A (silicone base) and component B (hardener), and using a brush to accurately determine 1-2 mm of layer on the original. Leave the temperature until the bubbles disappear on the surface and the layer slows down. With the addition of additional bases and hardener and the possibility of implementation for the final form. 3. Filling the mixture and curing. Pour the mixture of Par A (silicone base) and Part B (hardener) as soon as possible onto the original, avoiding air trapping. The catalyzed material cures to a flexible rubber within 24 hours at ambient temperature (22-24°C/71.6-75.2°F), after which the mold can be separated from the original. If the operating temperature is much lower, the curing time will be longer. If the room temperature or humidity is very high, the run time of the catalyzed mixture will be shortened. The final mechanical properties of the mold are achieved within 7 days.