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SILBIONE ME 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 ME IN XYL

SILBIONE® ME in XYLENE is designed for use in fabricating high strength, elastic silicone membranes and balloons of virtually any shape and thickness. Available in one- or two-component systems, this dispersion is designed to exhibit high thixotropy providing exceptional build at low processing viscosities.

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  • High thixotropy
  • Excellent physical properties
  • Available in one- or two-component system
  • Healthcare and medical device fabrication
  • Balloon catheters
  • Coating applications (dipping, casting, spraying, knife coating or brushing)

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​A membrane is generally formed by coating processes such as dipping, casting, spraying, knife coating, or brushing. After evaporating the solvent, the silicone is cured with the application of heat and a tough, elastic membrane is formed. The product can be supplied as a one- part, ready-to- use; or, when longer shelf life is needed, as a two-part product, which requires the addition of the crosslinked component.

When supplied as a two-part system, this product is designed to be combined in a ratio of 0.7 parts by weight crosslinker to 100 parts by weight of silicone solids (not dispersion). Weigh out the desired amount of dispersion and determine the weight of the silicone solids present. The composition of the dispersion is expressed in terms of percent solids by weight. This value is supplied with the shipment. Add the appropriate quantity of crosslinker and mix thoroughly.

The fully formulated dispersion can be applied to a mold or substrate. When multiple coats are applied, most of the solvent should be evaporated before a subsequent coat is added. Typically during the coating process, mild heat (up to 50° C) is applied and air circulation is used to remove solvent vapors.

After the last coat is applied, and when most of the solvent is evaporated, the material can be cured with the application of heat. Time and temperature requirements will be dependent on the particular application, and should be determined by the user. As a guideline, 30 minutes at 150°C is generally sufficient.

​A membrane is generally formed by coating processes such as dipping, casting, spraying, knife coating, or brushing. After evaporating the solvent, the silicone is cured with the application of heat and a tough, elastic membrane is formed. The product can be supplied as a one- part, ready-to- use; or, when longer shelf life is needed, as a two-part product, which requires the addition of the crosslinked component.When supplied as a two-part system, this product is designed to be combined in a ratio of 0.7 parts by weight crosslinker to 100 parts by weight of silicone solids (not dispersion). Weigh out the desired amount of dispersion and determine the weight of the silicone solids present. The composition of the dispersion is expressed in terms of percent solids by weight. This value is supplied with the shipment. Add the appropriate quantity of crosslinker and mix thoroughly.The fully formulated dispersion can be applied to a mold or substrate. When multiple coats are applied, most of the solvent should be evaporated before a subsequent coat is added. Typically during the coating process, mild heat (up to 50° C) is applied and air circulation is used to remove solvent vapors.After the last coat is applied, and when most of the solvent is evaporated, the material can be cured with the application of heat. Time and temperature requirements will be dependent on the particular application, and should be determined by the user. As a guideline, 30 minutes at 150°C is generally sufficient.

 

 

​A membrane is generally formed by coating processes such as dipping, casting, spraying, knife coating, or brushing. After evaporating the solvent, the silicone is cured with the application of heat and a tough, elastic membrane is formed. The product can be supplied as a one- part, ready-to- use; or, when longer shelf life is needed, as a two-part product, which requires the addition of the crosslinked component.

When supplied as a two-part system, this product is designed to be combined in a ratio of 0.7 parts by weight crosslinker to 100 parts by weight of silicone solids (not dispersion). Weigh out the desired amount of dispersion and determine the weight of the silicone solids present. The composition of the dispersion is expressed in terms of percent solids by weight. This value is supplied with the shipment. Add the appropriate quantity of crosslinker and mix thoroughly.

The fully formulated dispersion can be applied to a mold or substrate. When multiple coats are applied, most of the solvent should be evaporated before a subsequent coat is added. Typically during the coating process, mild heat (up to 50° C) is applied and air circulation is used to remove solvent vapors.

After the last coat is applied, and when most of the solvent is evaporated, the material can be cured with the application of heat. Time and temperature requirements will be dependent on the particular application, and should be determined by the user. As a guideline, 30 minutes at 150°C is generally sufficient.

​A membrane is generally formed by coating processes such as dipping, casting, spraying, knife coating, or brushing. After evaporating the solvent, the silicone is cured with the application of heat and a tough, elastic membrane is formed. The product can be supplied as a one- part, ready-to- use; or, when longer shelf life is needed, as a two-part product, which requires the addition of the crosslinked component.When supplied as a two-part system, this product is designed to be combined in a ratio of 0.7 parts by weight crosslinker to 100 parts by weight of silicone solids (not dispersion). Weigh out the desired amount of dispersion and determine the weight of the silicone solids present. The composition of the dispersion is expressed in terms of percent solids by weight. This value is supplied with the shipment. Add the appropriate quantity of crosslinker and mix thoroughly.The fully formulated dispersion can be applied to a mold or substrate. When multiple coats are applied, most of the solvent should be evaporated before a subsequent coat is added. Typically during the coating process, mild heat (up to 50° C) is applied and air circulation is used to remove solvent vapors.After the last coat is applied, and when most of the solvent is evaporated, the material can be cured with the application of heat. Time and temperature requirements will be dependent on the particular application, and should be determined by the user. As a guideline, 30 minutes at 150°C is generally sufficient.

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