Liquid Silicone for Insoles Making silicone rubber
Do you know what's liquid silicone rubber ?
Liquid silicone rubber is generally named as two part silicone rubber that vulcanizes at room temperature .
Part A is a flowable liquid , part B is the curing agent (tin catalyst) .
Liquid Silicone for Insoles Making silicone rubber?
Liquid silicone rubber for insoles is a kind of addition silicone rubber , that is mainly used for mold making of silicone insoles , silicone footcare pads , good grade silicone molds , as well as sex toy making and so on .
What's the difference of liquid silicone for insoles and general condensation silicone ?
Firstly , liquid silicone for insoles is addition silicone which is food grade , non-toxic , no harm to human and environmentally friendly .
Secondly , liquid silicone for insoles is translucent color , while condesation is white or else .
Thirdly , liquid silicone rubber for insoles with shrinkage of less than 0.01%, while condesation silicone 0.3%.
Can you show some pictures of your silicone for insoles ?
Just as below .
What's the features of your liquid silicone for Insoles compared with others?
- Very similar to Blue star's RTV silicone insoles in quality , while price is much cheaper .
- Excellent surface performance , with no sticky problems .
- Good tear strength , with long life service .
- Favorable hardness , can be adjusted according to customers' requirements .
- Very good fluidity , easy for operation .
1. Clean the original model with alcohol .
2. Stir part A and part B with right mixing ratio (1:1) evenly. And get the mixture for vacuum-pumping.
(If there is no vacuumizer, you can just pour the mixture slowly from the corner so that less bubbles
3. Pour the mixture into the model frame. After about 2-4 hours, when the silicone cured, get out the
original model, and there you get a finished addition cured silicone insoles .
What is the packing method of your silicone for insoles ?
Packed in clean 20kg/pail, 200kg/pail.
Operating time (mins 25 0C )
Curing time(hours 25 0C)
Density ( g/cm 3 )
Viscosity (Mpas -25 0C)
Tensile-strength(kgf /cm2 )
Tear-strength (kgf /cm )
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