Introduction to the use of silicone oil and its derivatives




Silicone oil has a very wide range of applications. It is not only used as a special material for aviation, cutting-edge technology, and military technology, but also used in various sectors of the national economy. Its application range has been expanded to: construction, electronics, textiles, automobiles, machinery, Leather and papermaking, chemical and 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 vulcanized silicone rubber and high temperature vulcanized silicone rubber. The former is mainly used in sealants, adhesives, conformal coatings, gaskets, foam rubber, molded parts, packaging materials, electrical insulation, glass assembly, medical implants, surgical auxiliary materials, and molding materials; the latter mainly Used in pipes and hoses, strips, wire and cable insulation materials, surgical auxiliary materials, flame-retardant rubber parts, penetrating sealing materials, molded parts, embossing rollers, automotive ignition cables and spark plug covers, extrusion parts, medical Implants, laminates, conductive rubber, fiber coatings, foam rubber.
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