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BLUESIL TCS 7600 CATA may be stored for up to 12 months from its date of manufacturing.Please consult the Safety Data Sheet of this product.

BLUESIL TCS 7600 CATA

​BLUESIL™ TCS 7612 Base and TCS 7663 Base are catalyzed with BLUESIL™ TCS 7600 CATA. The system is a two-component polyaddition heat cured liquid silicone elastomer.  These products are well suited for screen printing or coating technical textiles. All products from the Textile Coating System product line are specially engineered for textile coating applications.​​

2 Part RTV

Low cure temperatures to prevent dye migration
Fast cure at elevated temperatures
Long work time at room temperature
Solventless Technology
Environmentally friendly (PVC free) 
Provide viscosity and thixotropic properties that can be used in a variety of screen printing applications with a wide         range of mesh sizes 
High bond strength without primer on textiles from different origins
Durable Finish - Washable 
Heat resistant


​• Screen Printing via rotary screens or flat screens
Coating Industrial Fabrics and High Performance Goods

North America

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The TCS 7600 CATA must be blended with the TCS 7612 or TCS 7663 Base to promote crosslinking of the silicone elastomer. The base and catalyst are designed to be blended at a 10:1 by weight mix ratio. Static mixing equipment is preferred to ensure uniform mix and prevent formation of bubbles. When mixing by hand, place material under vacuum (3-5 kPa) to remove excess air entrapment.

The mixed product will have work life of greater than 16 hours at ambient conditions. The best practice is to mix and use the product within 16 hours. Heat is required to accelerate cure of the system. For screen printing the material will flash within several seconds and achieve a complete cure in about 5 minutes at 212°F (100°C). Cure times and temperatures are subject to change based on addition of pigments/fillers, printing/coating methods, and coat weights.
  
Adhesion to substrate will depend upon the curing conditions. A preliminary test is recommended to determine optimum cure conditions per industrial process.

When not in use, packaging must be tightly closed and protected against contamination to preserve its properties. 

Curing inhibition may occur when product is in contact with the following materials:  tin salts, amines, or sulfur. ​​
​The TCS 7600 CATA must be blended with the TCS 7612 or TCS 7663 Base to promote crosslinking of the silicone elastomer. The base and catalyst are designed to be blended at a 101 by weight mix ratio. Static mixing equipment is preferred to ensure uniform mix and prevent formation of bubbles. When mixing by hand, place material under vacuum (3-5 kPa) to remove excess air entrapment.The mixed product will have work life of greater than 16 hours at ambient conditions. The best practice is to mix and use the product within 16 hours. Heat is required to accelerate cure of the system. For screen printing the material will flash within several seconds and achieve a complete cure in about 5 minutes at 212°F (100°C). Cure times and temperatures are subject to change based on addition of pigments/fillers, printing/coating methods, and coat weights. Adhesion to substrate will depend upon the curing conditions. A preliminary test is recommended to determine optimum cure conditions per industrial process.When not in use, packaging must be tightly closed and protected against contamination to preserve its properties. Curing inhibition may occur when product is in contact with the following materials tin salts, amines, or sulfur. ​​

 

 

The TCS 7600 CATA must be blended with the TCS 7612 or TCS 7663 Base to promote crosslinking of the silicone elastomer. The base and catalyst are designed to be blended at a 10:1 by weight mix ratio. Static mixing equipment is preferred to ensure uniform mix and prevent formation of bubbles. When mixing by hand, place material under vacuum (3-5 kPa) to remove excess air entrapment.

The mixed product will have work life of greater than 16 hours at ambient conditions. The best practice is to mix and use the product within 16 hours. Heat is required to accelerate cure of the system. For screen printing the material will flash within several seconds and achieve a complete cure in about 5 minutes at 212°F (100°C). Cure times and temperatures are subject to change based on addition of pigments/fillers, printing/coating methods, and coat weights.
  
Adhesion to substrate will depend upon the curing conditions. A preliminary test is recommended to determine optimum cure conditions per industrial process.

When not in use, packaging must be tightly closed and protected against contamination to preserve its properties. 

Curing inhibition may occur when product is in contact with the following materials:  tin salts, amines, or sulfur. ​​
​The TCS 7600 CATA must be blended with the TCS 7612 or TCS 7663 Base to promote crosslinking of the silicone elastomer. The base and catalyst are designed to be blended at a 101 by weight mix ratio. Static mixing equipment is preferred to ensure uniform mix and prevent formation of bubbles. When mixing by hand, place material under vacuum (3-5 kPa) to remove excess air entrapment.The mixed product will have work life of greater than 16 hours at ambient conditions. The best practice is to mix and use the product within 16 hours. Heat is required to accelerate cure of the system. For screen printing the material will flash within several seconds and achieve a complete cure in about 5 minutes at 212°F (100°C). Cure times and temperatures are subject to change based on addition of pigments/fillers, printing/coating methods, and coat weights. Adhesion to substrate will depend upon the curing conditions. A preliminary test is recommended to determine optimum cure conditions per industrial process.When not in use, packaging must be tightly closed and protected against contamination to preserve its properties. Curing inhibition may occur when product is in contact with the following materials tin salts, amines, or sulfur. ​​

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