Increasing Applications of Sealants Across Construction, Aerospace, and Other Industries
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Silicone elastomers are primarily silicone-based polymers which have been vulcanized. Silicone elastomers are available in variety of forms such as solids, open foams, closed cell sponges. These represent a unique combination of organic and inorganic chemistries to give some of the most stable organic materials exhibiting excellent chemical structure. The increasing applications of silicone elastomers has replaced organic adhesive materials such as acrylic, epoxy and pressure adhesive. The demand of silicone elastomers has grown steadily over the past few decades as silicone was used as a viable replacement for other organic materials in the market. Further, additional cure materials are increasingly being used in medical, food, and water applications. Silicone elastomers are bio-inert in nature, due to which, they are extensivelyused in medical applications such as biocompatible adhesives, shunts, stent delivery systems, and aesthetic implants.
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RTV is a type of silicone elastomer which is made from one-part (RTV-1) or two-component (RTV-2) systems, where their hardness range from being very soft to that of medium. These are used for potting, encapsulations, and sealants, among others. RTV silicone is ideal for numerous bonding and sealing operations. RTV silicone fullfills a wide range of properties; for instance, the dielectric property of RTV silicone is well-suited for high-performance electrical insulation without the accumulation of heat. RTV silicone offers the advantage of an exceptional degree of flexibility without creating stress on electronic components. Resistance properties also include the ability to withstand long periods of exposure to severe atmospheric conditions. RTV silicone is ideal for molding, printing and prototyping applications, textile coating, 3D or additive printing, cockpit instruments, and potting of engine electronics and gasketing.
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