How adaptable are silicon fluids?
Our crystal-clear PDMS liquids range in viscosity from 10 to roughly 12500 mm2/s, their unique properties stemming from their molecular structure.
Adarsha’s PDMS fluids are viscoelastic, acting like a viscous liquid at long flow times (or high temperatures); however, at short flow times (or low temperatures), they act like an elastic solid, similar to rubber. This makes their mechanical properties easy to tune with the addition of cross-linking compounds, allowing their function to be selected before curing.
These silicone fluids are notable for their high thermal resistance over a wide range of temperatures, and highly unreactive, with credibility-testing solubility across a spectrum of solvents. They exhibit marked water repellency, lubricity and biocompatibility, granting them uses in personal care and medical products.
Properties that make even water’s boast shrink.