DY-OH501 (107) DY-OH502 OH503 Hydroxyl Silicone oil
The silicone material is polymerized from the monomer of siloxane, the end of two each with hydroxyl group.
The Structural formula as follows:
HO－Sｉ（CH3）2 O〔Sｉ（CH3）2 O〕ｎSｉ(CH3)2－OH
Chemical name is ａ，ｗ-Diol polydimethylsiloxane, generally speaking, the viscosity is more than 2500mpa.s is called 107 silicone rubber.
Cas No.: 70131-67-8
According to use, the viscosity is 30cp is marked as DY-OH502, and 50-120cps has been marked as DY-OH503 ,which not only has the character of polydimethyl silicone oil,but also the reactive character of DIOL, then can be made into other new material,or cross bonding to SBS.
Colorless transparent liquid, excellence electrical-resistivity and resistance high and low temperature, high flash point, low freezing point, can be used in the temperature from -50℃ to +250℃,low viscosity-temperature coefficient, high compression ratio, low surface tension,good character of water-repellent and moisture resistant,chemical inertness,physiological inertness.
Colorless transparent liquid
25-1000000(according to customers)
0.5-8(changed by the viscosity)
Can be used in different industry, according to the different viscosity.
The normal and high viscosity can be used as the base of paper anti-tack agent.
High viscosity will be the raw material of sealant.
The main content of thermo-paint in power and electrical equipment trade.
The base and diluted material of condensed room temperature vulcanization silicone rubber, e.g sealant and moulder gel.
Take the place of polydimethyl silicone oil
Micromolecule hydroxyl silicone oil (25-30cp, hydroxyl content :8% also) is the excellence constitution controller of silicone rubber, which can be replaced diphenyl silanediol, improving processing technical and transparent level.
Others unfinished and applications should be developed.
Usage and dosage
Generally speaking, the curing agent and crosslinking agent both will be used in anti-paper, the curing agent account for 3-5 percent, crosslinking agent account for 0.5-1 percent, in most cases