Silicone rubber is made of a high-viscosity silicone polymer that combines both inorganic and organic properties and high-purity silica. Characteristically biocompatible and inert, it is widely applicable to various healthcare products.
Silicone products used in medical devices include
- -Liquid silicone rubber (LSR) that can be easily processed by high-speed injection molding equipment with high tear strength and various hardness grades
- -Silicone rubber compound with excellent transparency, elasticity, high temperature, and chemical stability
- -Custom silicone formulations including antibacterial elastomers and X-ray-detectable, radiation-shielding materials
- -Special silicone elastomers such as liquid silicone rubber with high transparency like glass and UV curable silicone elastomer that does not require high-temperature process and self-lubricating LSR
Mono Carbinol Modified Silicone Fluids
In particular, when used as a modifier for organic resins, it maintains the physical properties of organic resins and at the same time modifies the surface properties of organic resins due to the nature of the silicone polymer having an orientation in the organic resin, resulting in softness, flexibility, and slip properties. , water repellency and excellent breathability. Applications include synthetic leather, urethane foam, and contact lenses.
|Product Name||Structure||Viscosity (25℃, cP)||Hydroxy Contents (mgKOH/g)||Molecular Weight (g/mol)|
|Mono terminal type||18 ~ 22||30 ~ 40||1700 ~ 2100|
Momentive's silicone elastomers solve the tough challenges facing healthcare and
support the medical device manufacturers' production of orthopedic devices that
offer a strong, comfortable fit, transparent, resilient medical tubes,
and sterilization-resistant and durable dental and surgical devices.