|Other Names:||Dimethyl Silicone oil(201)Silicone oil, PDMS|
|Usage:||Electronics Chemicals,Plastic Auxiliary Agents,Cosmetic Additive|
|Place of Origin:||Gansu China|
|Brand Name:||Dow Corning|
|Viscosity at 25C:||60000|
|Classification:||Chemical Auxiliary Agent|
|Viscosity Temperature Coefficient:||0.61|
|Packaging Detail:||200KG/Iron Drum, 800kg/Pallet|
|Selling Units:||Multiple of 200|
|Package size per batch:||59X59X89 cm|
|Gross weight per batch:||218.0 KG|
Silicone fluids are generally colorless transparent liquids. They exhibit excellent resistance to heat, cold, and moisture. There is also little viscosity change in silicone fluids over a wide temperature range, and they have outstanding electrical properties. In addition, they are notable for their characteristics of mold-releasability, water repellency, lubricity, and defoaming properties.
Heat resistance: Silicone fluids have outstanding stability against thermal oxidation.
Cold resistance: Silicone fluids withstand low temperatures well. Methylphenyl silicone fluid, formulated for low temperature applications, maintains flowability even at -65°C.
Viscosity stability: There is little change in viscosity over a wide temperature range.
Chemical stability: Silicone fluids are almost totally chemically inactive. At room temperature, they show almost no effects from alkali solutions (up to 10%) or acidic solutions (up to 30%).
Non-corrosive and little effect on other materials: Silicone fluids have almost no adverse effects on metals and many other materials.
Low surface tension: Silicone fluids have much lower surface tension than water and other common synthetic oils.
PMX-200 is the most typical dimethyl silicone fluid. Many types of this transparent, odorless fluid are available, ranging from free flowing, water-like fluids to viscous, syrup-like fluids. The product is classified into three types according to viscosity:PMX-200 (low viscosity; 0.65 to 5mm²/s), PMX-200(intermediate viscosity: 10 to 5000mm²/s), and PMX-200 (high viscosity; 6000 to 100000mm²/s).
The standard viscosity of this product is in the range of 0.65 to 1,00,000mm²/s (0.65to 100.000 cSt), with 21 types available altogether.