Parylene-C Coatings on Silicone

Parylene-C Coatings on Silicone

In the silicone industry, a wide variety of coatings are implemented to enhance the physical properties of silicone products. There are many benefits of using chemical coatings, which include, but are not limited to: increased chemical resistance, decreased coefficient of…

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Exploring Silicone Rubber “Blooming”

Exploring Silicone Rubber “Blooming”

Providing a unique balance of the chemical and mechanical properties required by many of today’s more demanding industrial requirements; Silicone Rubber continues to excel in many applications from architecture to healthcare. “Blooming” refers to the milky discoloration or white powder…

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Silicone Tear Strength

Silicone Tear Strength

Jehbco’s extruded silicone products are used in a multitude of application areas, and we have a range of silicone grades to suit every application.   When selecting a silicone grade for your application, it is essential to determine the tear…

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Silicone Material Resistance to Low-Temperature  

Silicone Material Resistance to Low-Temperature  

Low temperature applications are common in industries like: pharmaceutical, food production, brewing, chemical, refrigeration, automotive, petroleum, textile, electronics and aerospace. Low temperature performance is one of the most overlooked properties in seal performance. Exposure to low temperature can contract elastomeric…

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How Flame Retardants Additives Work

How Flame Retardants Additives Work

During the process of combustion on a particular phase of the fire cycle, flame retardants suppression happen. This can be either during ignition, heating, decomposition or flame spread. Most effective chemical action of flame retardants occur in two phases, first…

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