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Silicone Fluids - Dimethyl Silicone Fluid

SiSiB® MF2010-1000

Dimethyl Fluid (DMF).
Synonym: Polydimethyl Siloxane, Polydimethyl Silicone Fluid.
Chemical Structure
SiSiB® MF2010 is a silicone fluid with a dimethylpolysiloxane structure. It is a synthetic oil which does not exist in nature. It is composed of organic methyl groups and inorganic siloxane bonds (Si-O-Si). Siloxane bonds also make up such highly heat-resistant materials as glass and quartz. SiSiB® MF2010 has numerous unique properties not found in conventional mineral oils or synthetic oils. Products are available in viscosities ranging from water-like, free-flowing fluids to syrup-like fluids.

SiSiB® MF2010-1000 is a 100% polydimethylsiloxane of viscosity 1000cSt.

Features Advantages Benefits
100% polydimethylsiloxane No contamination Improved quality
Insoluble in most petroleum
Remains antifoam properties
Low addition levels
More output, cost savings
Low surface tension High antifoam efficiency Cost savings
Exceptional stability to
chemical attack
No breakdown under
processing conditions
Improved product quality
High oxidation resistance Low risk of breakdown Improved quality
Inertness No processing contamination Improved quality
Very low volatility Remains in heavy residues Improved quality
High flash point Low flammability Safety in use
Essentially non-toxic Low risk Safe to use
Typical Physical Properties
Chemical Name: Dimethyl Silicone Fluid
CAS No.: 9006-65-9, 9016-00-6 or 63148-62-9
Flash Point: >300°C
Color and Appearance: Colorless transparent liquid
Specific Gravity [25°C]: 0.970
Refractive Index [25°C]: 1.403
Ignition Pointt: >400°C
Freezing Point: -50°C
Surface Tension: 21.2mN/m
Viscosity [25°C]: 1000 cSt
As a release agent.
Used purely or as a part of a compounded formula SiSiB® MF2010 provides a non-toxic, non-carbonizing mould release for rubber, plastics and metal die-castings.

As an Anti-Foam agent.
Very small quantities of the fluid are very effective as a foam control agent, especially in non-aqueous systems.

As a mechanical fluid.
The very high viscosity-index, the thermal and chemical stability, shear-breakdown resistance and the rubber compatibility as well as the compressibility make this fluid outstanding for mechanical and hydraulic uses.

As a lubricant.
The fluid provides excellent lubricating properties for most plastic and elastomeric surfaces. Lubricity with metals depends upon the possible combinations such as P.T.F.E., MoS2 and other lubricity improvers.

In polishes and chemical specialties.
Silicone oil is used in most automobile and furniture polishes for its ease of application, high gloss with a minimum rubbing and durable water repellent film.

In electrical and electronic equipment.
Because of the excellent dielectric properties silicone oil is widely used as an insulating and damping fluid.
Net weight 190Kg steel drum or 950Kg IBC container, for more details, please visit Packing Centre.
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