medium hard 1: 1
Content: 2000 g (1000 g A + 1000 g B)
Extra hardening 2-component silicone rubber vulcanises at room temperature.
The silicones are supplied in high-quality plastic squeeze bottles with dosing cap, making it easy and clean to work. Thanks to the packaging, the exact dosage can be made effortlessly.
The silicones can be stored for at least a year.
Features and application:
- simple processing
- simple mixing of components of 1: 1 by weight
- very good fluidity, the mixture is easy to pour
- Combination into resistant, rubber-elastic vulcanisate without reaction heat
- temperature resistant up to 150 ° C for short periods
- high tear strength and high flexibility
- very detailed detail in the reproduction
- excellent anti-stick effect for easy release of the models
- Use with larger, self-supporting molds for all kinds of prints
Further product information:
Color: light green (component A) and white (component B)
Mixture: 1: 1 by weight
Specific weight: 1.1
Viscosity 4000 ± 300 cP
Mixing time at 23 degrees Celsius 1 minute
Processing time at 23 degrees Celsius 6 minutes
Curing time at 23 degrees Celsius 20 minutes
Shore A hardness after 24 hours 35 ± 2
Breaking load 3.0 ± 0.2 N / mm²
Extension at break 300 ± 20%
Tensile strength 20 ± 1 N / mm
Reproduction detail: 2 microns
Dimensional change after 24 hours 0.02%
TFC Silicone Rubber Type 2 is very suitable for the production of advanced, elastic and durable forms with undercuts.
TFC silicone rubber type 2 can be used to produce molds with one or more parts
For forming original models made of wood, glass, metal, plastic, wax, ceramic molding.
Fabricate molds for casting with all water-soluble casting materials such as Stewalin, Plastalin Super, Keraflott or plaster, Keramin, Alabit, Giesston, cement, concrete, etc.
Possibility to pour with soap fats (soap glycerin) for the production of your own soap or wax for the production of candles.
Casting resins are possible, but in that case you have to pre-treat the mold with a release agent before pouring, because casting resins can lead to embrittlement of the mold after repeated casting.
These silicones have not been tested for skin and mucosal compatibility or for use in combination with food.