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  • Hardness
  • High tear strength, low hardness silicone elastomer-forming composition is provided using a unique combination(s) of polyorganosiloxanes and organohydrogenpolysiloxanes, where the polyorganosiloxanes and the organohydrogenpolysiloxanes contain both straight-chain and resinous polyorganosiloxanes. (google.es)
  • E) inhibitor, and where combined (A)-(E) comprises a curable high tear strength, low hardness silicone elastomer-forming composition, wherein when said composition is cured it has a Shore A hardness of less than about 35. (google.es)
  • 2. The curable high tear strength, low hardness silicone elastomer forming composition of claim 1 where at least two organopolysiloxanes (A) comprises the reaction product of linear polyorganosiloxane and branched polyorganosiloxane. (google.es)
  • Plastics
  • With an estimated annual growth rate of about 25% and fastest demand to be in engineering plastics and elastomers, their potential is so striking that they are useful in several areas ranging from packaging to biomedical applications. (scielo.br)
  • fluids
  • It does not provide information relative to silicone powders, fluids, pressure sensitive adhesives, or other types of silicone products. (astm.org)
  • Meyrowitz, R, A compilation and classification of immersion media of high index of refraction, American Mineralogist 40: 398 (1955) "Silicone Fluids: Stable and Inert Media" (PDF). (wikipedia.org)
  • Developing countries also use silicone to make the circuits for the fluids to attain developed world's pathogen detection abilities. (wikipedia.org)
  • foams
  • 1.1 This guide is intended to educate potential users of silicone elastomers, gels and foams relative to their fabrication and processing. (astm.org)
  • Starting in the early 1980s, water-blown microcellular flexible foams were used to mold gaskets for automotive panels and air filter seals, replacing PVC plastisol from automotive applications have greatly increased market share. (wikipedia.org)
  • Biocompatibility
  • 1.4 Silicone biocompatibility issues can be addressed at several levels, but ultimately the device manufacturer must assess biological suitability relative to intended use. (astm.org)
  • Biocompatibility testing may be done on cured elastomers prior to final fabrication, but the most relevant data are those obtained on the finished device. (astm.org)
  • commonly
  • Just as with hand cutting, the die cutting method is suitable for less tolerance-critical applications since there is commonly a tolerance of 1/16 inches. (rubbercal.com)
  • fabrication
  • This guide is intended to provide guidance for the specification and selection of fabrication methods for silicones used in medical devices. (astm.org)
  • The cost of silicone fabrication is another factor that must be considered, as the applications that are specific to each industry may wish to use either more cost-efficient or more precise methods of cutting. (rubbercal.com)
  • Fortunately, when it comes to silicone fabrication, there are options available for both large and small consumers. (rubbercal.com)
  • Die cutting is another inexpensive silicone fabrication technique. (rubbercal.com)