Suitable Hardness For Baby Nipples Food Grade Silicone Mold Making Rubber
LSR RH6250-60 A/B is food grade silicone rubber be used to manufacture the gaskets and seals used in industrial cooking appliances.It is a widely used elastomer prized for its high-temperature resistance and flexible, non-stick nature.
LSR RH6250-60 liquid silicone rubber are platinum cured(vulcanized) materials which are mixed in a 1:1 ratio by weight.
Key Features and Benefits
Vulcanisates consisting of RH6250-60 are distinguished by the following properties:
Easy processing performance
Neutral odor and taste
High thermal stability
Shore A hardness
Linear shrinkage rate
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Typical properties of the vulcanisate:
Mixing ratio of components A: B = 1: 1.
Vulcanisation: 5 min. 150 °C (302 ℉)
Because of the outstanding properties RH6250-60A/B Lquid silicone rubber is particularly suitable for the following elastomeric articles: baking molds and trays, ice trays, casting butter, chocolate, fondant ,baby products and kitchen untensils.etc.
RUI-HE RH6250-60 Liquid silicone rubber obtained the following test certificate: Rohs,FDA,MSDS,LFGB,....ETC.
Packaging & Storage
RH6250-60 A/B is available in 20kgs pails or 200kgs drums.
Store in a cool dry place out of direct sunlight,use it within 12 months from the day of manufacture.
This product cannot be contacted with compounds containing N, P, S to avoid affecting the catalytic effect of platinum.
Application & partner Brands
Knowledge Of Silicone
Is silicone toxic?
Silicone is considered to be a very safe polymer with virtually no toxic effects in most environments. Also, as silicone is not considered as hazardous waste it can be disposed of in accordance with the local regulations regarding waste disposal.
What is the temperature range of silicone products?
Broadly speaking, the service temperature range of silicone is within the region of -110C to +315C.
Is silicone volatile?
Silicone is not normally considered as volatile. However, it can lose a fraction of its weight as the temperature rises.