Silicone has properties of organic and inorganic materials and a few advantages as electrical properties, good chemical stability, flame retardancy and high resistance to weather conditions.
Our focus in our field is the Silicone VMQ (Vinyl Methyl Quality), which is a polymer composed of a chain of alternating silicone atoms and oxygen atoms, often combined with carbon or hydrogen.
The Silicone VMQ has the following properties: high resistance to heat, high flexibility and good resistance to ozone.
The Silicone VMQ has a temperature range of -60°C/-76°F to 200°C/392°F, allowing silicone to have a greater adaptation to thermal excursions and to preserve the physical and mechanical properties over time.
Its resistance to environmental conditions makes it one of the innovative products in renewable energy applications and in the automotive industry and for its level of purity instead it finds an increasingly common use in the food and pharmaceutical industries.
With this tool, the goal we have will be to explain why you should use silicone and in which applications to use it.
In addition to its obvious advantages, we need to understand what the chemical and physical limitations of the silicone can be and which compounds are present in the market and which ones can be better adapted for an application rather than another.