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SILBIONE HS RTV IN XYL may be stored for up to 6 months from its date of manufacturing.Please consult the Safety Data Sheet of this product.

SILBIONE HS RTV IN XYL

SILBIONE® High Strength RTV Elastomer Dispersion is designed for use in fabricating high strength, elastic silicone membranes of virtually any shape and thickness. A membrane is generally formed by coating processes such as dipping, casting, spraying, knife coating, or brushing. After evaporating the solvent, the silicone is room temperature vulcanized (RTV'd) by exposure to ambient moisture in the air, and a tough elastic membrane is formed.
The product is supplied as a one-part dispersion in xylene, an aromatic solvent. It can be diluted with an aliphatic or aromatic solvent. The dispersion is designed to exhibit high thixotropy providing exceptional build at low processing viscosities.

Bio-compatibility;Film Former

1 Part RTV Acetoxy

Fluid

  • ​Ready to use and easily applied or shaped
  • Cures at room temperature
  • Resistant to cure inhibition
  • High elongation
  • Healthcare and medical device fabrication
  • Balloon catheters
  • Coating applications (dipping, casting, spraying, knife coating or brushing)

Asia Pacific;Europe Middle East Africa;Central and South America;North America

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Viscosity800MonocompcP
Hardness24Monocompsh.A
Elongation1000Monocomp%
Specific Gravity1.08Monocomp
AppearanceTranslucent fluidMonocomp
Tensile strength1000Monocomppsi
Tear strength160MonocompN/mm2

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​This product is ready for use. When multiple coats are applied, most of the solvent should be evaporated before a subsequent coat is applied. Typically, during the coating process, mild heat (up to 35°C) and air circulation are used to remove solvent vapors.
Under conditions of rapid devolatilization of the thin sections, 90% cure could be achieved in about 2 hours @ 90° F and 50% relative humidity. Ultimate cure physical properties will be achieved after 24 hours of stabilization. Multiple dip processes should be performed at short (approximately 10 minute) intervals to avoid "mudcracking." After use, it is recommended to seal remaining material in container with a nitrogen purge, to limit exposure to moisture and air.

​This product is ready for use. When multiple coats are applied, most of the solvent should be evaporated before a subsequent coat is applied. Typically, during the coating process, mild heat (up to 35°C) and air circulation are used to remove solvent vapors.Under conditions of rapid devolatilization of the thin sections, 90% cure could be achieved in about 2 hours @ 90° F and 50% relative humidity. Ultimate cure physical properties will be achieved after 24 hours of stabilization. Multiple dip processes should be performed at short (approximately 10 minute) intervals to avoid "mudcracking." After use, it is recommended to seal remaining material in container with a nitrogen purge, to limit exposure to moisture and air.

 

 

​This product is ready for use. When multiple coats are applied, most of the solvent should be evaporated before a subsequent coat is applied. Typically, during the coating process, mild heat (up to 35°C) and air circulation are used to remove solvent vapors.
Under conditions of rapid devolatilization of the thin sections, 90% cure could be achieved in about 2 hours @ 90° F and 50% relative humidity. Ultimate cure physical properties will be achieved after 24 hours of stabilization. Multiple dip processes should be performed at short (approximately 10 minute) intervals to avoid "mudcracking." After use, it is recommended to seal remaining material in container with a nitrogen purge, to limit exposure to moisture and air.

​This product is ready for use. When multiple coats are applied, most of the solvent should be evaporated before a subsequent coat is applied. Typically, during the coating process, mild heat (up to 35°C) and air circulation are used to remove solvent vapors.Under conditions of rapid devolatilization of the thin sections, 90% cure could be achieved in about 2 hours @ 90° F and 50% relative humidity. Ultimate cure physical properties will be achieved after 24 hours of stabilization. Multiple dip processes should be performed at short (approximately 10 minute) intervals to avoid "mudcracking." After use, it is recommended to seal remaining material in container with a nitrogen purge, to limit exposure to moisture and air.

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