Moulding Silicone on Tin Catalyst (hardness 40 ShA)
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Moulding Silicone on Tin Catalyst. SUPER MOLD (M - 40)
Two-component silicone rubber: liquid silicone and tin-based hardener with different viscosities and Shore A hardness (40), hardening at room temperature, component ratio 100:1,2. Exceptional fluidity, convenience and ease of use, easy demoulding. Good stretchability, elasticity, tearing strength, minor shrinkage. High replicability and durability of operation. Application Silicone rubber for moulding of polyurethanes, polyester resins, plaster, wax, paraffin, gypsum, concrete, liquid plastics, soaps. For the production of souvenirs, sculptures, figurines and other handicrafts Recommendations: • Mechanical as well as manual mixing is acceptable. • Mix the base (component A) thoroughly and shake the catalyst (component B) thoroughly before use. • Make sure the compound has a room temperature before mixing the components. Keep in mind that when storing (or transporting) material outdoors in cold weather, it may take up to 24 hours for the components to reach room temperature. The optimum room temperature during moulding should be 20-25 °C, and the humidity should not exceed 50%. Use a clean and dry container to mix the components. Mix the mixture thoroughly for 1-3 minutes, periodically scrubbing from the sides and bottom of the container.
Brand-M40 Colour - white Hardener proportion (%) - 1,2% Pot life (min 25 ℃) -20 Polymerization time (hours 25 ℃) - 16 Shore hardness (A°) - 40 Density (g/cm 3) - 1.08 Viscosity (mPas -25 ℃) + -2000 = 22000 Tensile strength (kgf/cm2) - ≥28 Tear strength (kgf/cm) - ≥18 Elongation at break (%) ≥390 Linear shrinkage (%) ≤0.3 Weight: 25kg