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BLUESIL V-205 may be stored for up to 18 months from its date of manufacturing.Please consult the Safety Data Sheet of this product.

BLUESIL V-205

​BLUESIL™ V-205 is a one component, black, addition cure silicone rubber compound. It is designed as a protective coating for electronic devices, and as a junction coating. It features primerless adhesion to inorganic substrates.

Protection

2 Part RTV

Paste

​• Protective coating for light sensitive transistors and integrated circuits

North America

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Some Elkem Silicones Aerospace and Industrial products cure by addition polymerization using catalysts, which may be inhibited by other materials, found in some organic polymers, solvents or substrates. Always pretest product with substrates in order to insure system compatibility. Especially troublesome materials are: Amine catalyzed epoxies, sulfur catalyzed rubbers such as neoprene latex SBR, vinyl coated wire, vinyl tapes, solder flux, tin catalyzed silicone rubbers, resinous woods, and some polyurethane elastomers.

 

Mixing Equipment

Unwaxed paper, stainless steel, glass, or high-density polyethylene or polypropylene containers, stainless steel spatulas, and metal power mixing equipment should be used to prevent product contamination. Do not use rubber or vinyl containers or mixing equipment. Power mixing equipment and spatulas should be wiped clean after every use and washed with a suitable solvent to maintain contaminant free mixing equipment and assure product quality.

​Cure Inhibition Some Elkem Silicones Aerospace and Industrial products cure by addition polymerization using catalysts, which may be inhibited by other materials, found in some organic polymers, solvents or substrates. Always pretest product with substrates in order to insure system compatibility. Especially troublesome materials are Amine catalyzed epoxies, sulfur catalyzed rubbers such as neoprene latex SBR, vinyl coated wire, vinyl tapes, solder flux, tin catalyzed silicone rubbers, resinous woods, and some polyurethane elastomers. Mixing Equipment Unwaxed paper, stainless steel, glass, or high-density polyethylene or polypropylene containers, stainless steel spatulas, and metal power mixing equipment should be used to prevent product contamination. Do not use rubber or vinyl containers or mixing equipment. Power mixing equipment and spatulas should be wiped clean after every use and washed with a suitable solvent to maintain contaminant free mixing equipment and assure product quality.

 

 

​Cure Inhibition

Some Elkem Silicones Aerospace and Industrial products cure by addition polymerization using catalysts, which may be inhibited by other materials, found in some organic polymers, solvents or substrates. Always pretest product with substrates in order to insure system compatibility. Especially troublesome materials are: Amine catalyzed epoxies, sulfur catalyzed rubbers such as neoprene latex SBR, vinyl coated wire, vinyl tapes, solder flux, tin catalyzed silicone rubbers, resinous woods, and some polyurethane elastomers.

 

Mixing Equipment

Unwaxed paper, stainless steel, glass, or high-density polyethylene or polypropylene containers, stainless steel spatulas, and metal power mixing equipment should be used to prevent product contamination. Do not use rubber or vinyl containers or mixing equipment. Power mixing equipment and spatulas should be wiped clean after every use and washed with a suitable solvent to maintain contaminant free mixing equipment and assure product quality.

​Cure Inhibition Some Elkem Silicones Aerospace and Industrial products cure by addition polymerization using catalysts, which may be inhibited by other materials, found in some organic polymers, solvents or substrates. Always pretest product with substrates in order to insure system compatibility. Especially troublesome materials are Amine catalyzed epoxies, sulfur catalyzed rubbers such as neoprene latex SBR, vinyl coated wire, vinyl tapes, solder flux, tin catalyzed silicone rubbers, resinous woods, and some polyurethane elastomers. Mixing Equipment Unwaxed paper, stainless steel, glass, or high-density polyethylene or polypropylene containers, stainless steel spatulas, and metal power mixing equipment should be used to prevent product contamination. Do not use rubber or vinyl containers or mixing equipment. Power mixing equipment and spatulas should be wiped clean after every use and washed with a suitable solvent to maintain contaminant free mixing equipment and assure product quality.

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