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Precautions For The Use Of Silicone Vulcanising Agents
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Precautions For The Use Of Silicone Vulcanising Agents

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Precautions For The Use Of Silicone Vulcanising Agents


What are the things to note about the use of silicone vulcanising agents?

Most of the vulcanising agents used for silicone products have peroxide as the main component, which is characterised by high transparency and is more commonly used. There are no special requirements, most silicone product factories will choose an ordinary vulcanizing agent, used for general common moulded silicone products, such as industrial accessories, electronic parts, silicone seals, etc., belong to the national standard type products.


There is also a more common odourless vulcanising agent on the market, with odourless peroxide as the main ingredient, used for children's toys, silicone daily necessities, silicone decorations and other moulded products with more human contact, suitable for coloured parts and transparent or white products, once add sulphur can be odourless, two vulcanisation effect is better. If the product is flammable, in order to avoid fire, the same proportion of vulcanising agent can be added when mixing the material, and then quickly add the remaining raw materials.


As a silicone auxiliary material, the silicone vulcanising agent used properly can make the product icing on the cake, not good if it will cause a lot of adverse effects. The silicone products factory should maintain a cautious mindset in the daily production and processing process, the drum operation generates static electricity, so avoid direct contact with the drum when adding vulcanising agent, and away from sources of fire, acid, alkaline substances and flammable materials, while avoiding high temperatures, direct sunlight (exposure) and violent impact.


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