RH6250-15 A / B Food Grade Liquid Silicone Rubber Making Baking Molds And Trays
LSR RH6250-15 A/B is food grade liquid silicone rubber for injection moulding processes. At higher temperatures the safety operation time shortened.LSR RH6250-20 liquid silicone rubber are platinum cured(vulcanized) materials which are mixed in a 1:1 ratio by weight.
Food grade silicone rubber offers the strength and stress resistance required to manufacture baking trays, bottle dispensers,and other products for the kitchen and throughout the home.
Key Features and Benefits
Vulcanisates consisting of RH6250-15 are distinguished by the following properties:
|Shore A hardness||A||15±2|
|Tensile strength||Mpa||≥ 4.5|
|Tear strength||KN/m||≥ 15|
|Linear shrinkage rate||%||≤ 0.1|
These figures are for reference only,please contact us for details.
Typical properties of the vulcanisate:
Mixing ratio of components A: B = 1: 1.
Vulcanisation: 5 min. 150 °C (302 ℉)
Because of the outstanding properties RH6250-15 A / 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 RH6250-15 A / B Liquid silicone rubber obtained the following test certificate: Rohs,FDA,MSDS,LFGB,....ETC.
Packaging & Storage
This product cannot be contacted with compounds containing N, P, S to avoid affecting the catalytic effect of platinum.
Application & partner Brands
Q: Why are some silicones specified as "addition cure"?
A: Some silicones are described as addition cured because the cure mechanism is a catalyst reaction between the component ingredients within the compound. These components need to be added together for the compound to cure hence the term addition. Addition cure compounds can be supplied as one, two or three component systems.
Q: Can I accelerate the cure time for my silicone compound?
A: The cure time can be accelerated to a certain extent by a combination of the following - higher temperatures, mould design, processing method, and changing from a peroxide cured compound to a addition cured compound.