|Abbreviations of and Constituents for Products Supplied by WACKER SILICONES|
Pyrogenic silica (pyrogenic silica), SiO2
Polydimethylsiloxane with functional groups + auxiliaries for addition curing
Polydimethylsiloxane with functional groups + auxiliaries for condensation curing
Vulcanizable linear silicones (polydimethylsiloxane) + filler + auxiliaries + acetoxysilane crosslinker (triacetoxymethylsilane)
Microemulsion of water, silicones, emulsifiers and coemulsifiers: alkylsilicone resin with alkoxy groups, < 50 % partially neutralized aminofunctional polydimethylsiloxane, < 20 % tetraethylsilicate, < 1 % methanol
|WACKER CROSSLINKER V 24:
Polydimethylsiloxane + filler, emulsion in water; contains approx. 1 % ammonium lauryl sulfate, < 5 % alpha-octadecyl-omega-hydroxy-polyglycol ether and < 5 % alpha-iso-tridecyl-omega-hydroxy-polyglycol ether
|SILFOAM® AK 1000,
Polydimethylsiloxane with vinyl groups
Room-temperature-vulcanizing rubbers, consisting of one part; i.e. the crosslinker is contained in the rubber and becomes active on exposure to atmospheric moisture.
Room-temperature-vulcanizing rubbers, consisting of two parts; crosslinking only starts when the two components are mixed together.
High-temperature-vulcanizing rubbers, consisting of high-molecular polydiorganosiloxanes with incorporated vinyl, alkenyl, phenyl or trifluoropropyl groups; vulcanization is performed by thermally cleavable peroxides; the peroxides may alternatively be cleaved by UV light or microwave radiation.
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