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Reinforced Silicone

Reinforced Silicone

Reinforced silicone combines rubber with layers of fiberglass or other material, woven in to increase the overall tear resistance and to decrease material strain.

Fluorosilicone

Fluorosilicones are specified for applications requiring broad temperature range and resistance to fuels, coolants and oils.

Fluorosilicone

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Silicone Foam and Sponge

Liqid based Silicone Foam, and gum based Silicone Sponge have combined properties of resilience, high temperature stability and general inertness unavailable in other foam or sponge sealing materials. They are generally unaffected by extended exposure to temperature extremes from -67°F (-55°C) to 392°F (200°C), and are also unaffected by aging and degradation from sunlight and ozone.

Silicone foam is typically lighter in density, compresses with less force and has a lower compression set than silicone sponge. Sponge has higher tensile strength and the foam has better flame resistance.

Silicone Sponge

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