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Liquid Silicone Rubber

Liquid Silicone Rubber Material

Liquid silicone rubber is a high purity platinum-cure silicone. Used in a wide range of industries, the material is favored by medical device manufacturers because of its biocompatibility, excellent part quality, and potential for reduced risk of contamination when manufactured in a clean-room environment. 

Phillips-Medisize is one of the few companies in North America to offer extensive multi-shot liquid silicone rubber (MS LSR) capabilities and experience. The MS LSR process can help you enhance design and assembly feasibility and reduce part count. In addition, you can apply MS LSR to combine either two different types of liquid silicone rubber (LSR), or LSR and a thermoplastic (TP), in one molded part. 

Liquid Silicone Rubber Properties

Combine liquid silicone material and multi-shot liquid silicone rubber (MS LSR), and you get these benefits: 

  • FDA biocompatibility
  • Chemical and bacteria resistance
  • Excellent light transmittance and illumination
  • Gas permeability
  • Clarity
  • High elongation 400 to 600 percent
  • Superior dielectric strength 
  • Superior tensile strength, elongation, tear strength, and compression at extreme temperatures over conventional rubbers
  • Autoclavability, 273° F (134° C)
  • Able to operate normally from -55°C to +300°C
  • Low compression set at large temperature ranges
  • Good resistance to extreme temperatures

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Combine Liquid Silicone Rubber and Your Material of Choice in a Single Part
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