Hapsil 360™ High Tear Strength RTV-2 Silicon Rubber -- Hapsil 360
from Hapco, Inc.

Hapsil 360 ™ is a high tear strength, tin-catalyzed RTV-2 silicone rubber, which was designed for casting Hapco's wide variety of rigid and flexible polyurethane resins. Hapsil 360 ™ is not sensitive to inhibition, meaning it will cure at room temperature over virtually any surface. [See More]

  • Chemical System: Silicone
  • Filler: Unfilled
  • Type: Elastomer
  • Form / Shape: Liquid
LNP Lubricomp Wear Resistant Resin -- KI001A
from SABIC

Lubricomp* compounds provide improved wear resistance and lower friction by combining engineering resins with various internal lubricants. Glass and carbon fibers can also be included for improved strength and stiffness. Lubricomp compounds can help extend product life and reduce or eliminate... [See More]

  • Chemical System: Silicone; Acetal or Polyoxymethylene (POM)
  • Form / Shape: Pellets
  • Type: Thermoplastic
  • Industry: Aerospace; Automotive; Marine; Sanitary; Repair or Construction; OEM or Industrial; Packaging
Silicone Rubbers, RTV-2 -- ELASTOSIL® RT 623 A/B
from Wacker Chemical Corp.

The vulcanizate's high mechanical strength and long term stability of hardness make ELASTOSIL® RT 623 A/B an ideal base material for producing printing pads with excellent mechanical properties and long service life. [See More]

  • Chemical System: Silicone
  • Tensile (Break): 1088
  • Type: Elastomer
  • Elongation: 700.0
12 -14 Shore A, Translucent Two Component Condensation Cure Moldmaking Silicone -- Bluesil V-1068
from Bluestar Silicones USA Corp.

Properties. Viscosity 35000. Hardness Sha 13. Description. Bluesil V-1068 is a translucent, high strength, two component, tin catalyzed, room temperature cure silicone rubber. It is designed as a 14 Durometer (Shore A), very pourable low viscosity rubber providing excellent physical properties, long... [See More]

  • Chemical System: Silicone
  • Filler: Unfilled
  • Type: Elastomer
  • Form / Shape: Liquid
60 A Durometer Red Silicone -- 8819
from Real Seal Company

Engineered Thermoplastic Mechanical Components. Plastics are being engineered into products at an incredible pace, mainly due to the economies plastics bring to products. Components that were traditionally metallic in nature are being replaced with materials that offer greater resilience, improved... [See More]

  • Chemical System: Silicone
  • Filler: Unfilled
  • Type: Elastomer; Thermally cured
  • Form / Shape: Pellets