An All-Rounder for Countless Applications Silicone rubbers consist essentially of silicone polymers and fillers. They cure at high temperature (HTV/LSR grades) or room temperature (RTV grades) with suitable reactants, forming a three-dimensional structure and transforming the uncured compound in a plastic state into an elastomeric rubber.
- Flexible at low temperatures
- Resistant to heat and aging (UV radiation and ozone)
- Easy to process
- Good mechanical properties that remain unchanged over a wide temperature range
- Neutral taste
- Biologically unreactive