Applications Of Silicone Fluid

Update:2022-04-28 00:00

Silicone Fluid has a very wide range of applications. It is not only used as a special material in aviation, cutting-edge technology, and military technology sectors but also in various sectors of the national economy. Its application scope has expanded to construction, electrical and electronic, textiles, automobiles, machinery, leather paper, chemical light industry, metal and paint, medicine and medical treatment, etc.

The main applications of silicone oil and its derivatives are release agents, shock absorption oils, dielectric oils, hydraulic oils, heat transfer oils, diffusion pump oils, defoamers, lubricants, hydrophobic agents, paint additives, polishing agents, cosmetics, and Daily necessities additives, surfactants, particle and fiber treatment agents, silicone grease, flocculants.

Silicone rubber is divided into room temperature vulcanization silicone rubber and high-temperature vulcanization silicone rubber. The former is mainly used in sealants, adhesives, conformal coatings, gaskets, foam rubber, molded parts, packaging materials, electrical insulation, glazing, medical implants, surgical auxiliary materials, molding materials; the latter is mainly used in pipe and hose, tape, wire and cable insulation, surgery. Auxiliary materials, flame retardant rubber parts, penetration sealing materials, molded parts, embossed rollers, automotive ignition cables and spark plug covers, extruded parts, medical implants, laminates, conductive rubber, fiber coatings, foam rubber.
The main applications of silicone resins are varnishes, insulating varnishes, molding compounds, protective coatings, encapsulation materials, joint coatings, pressure-sensitive adhesives, laminating resins, and release agents, adhesives, and masonry waterproofing agents.

Silane coupling agents are mainly used in paints, plastics and rubber processing, and adhesives. Silicone can not only be used as basic material and structural material in some large industries, but also can be used as an auxiliary or auxiliary material to share with other materials or improve the process performance of other materials.