Note: below 0 degrees, the unit is Shore C. The hardness of 0 degrees Shore A is equal to 18 Shore C. Therefore, the liquid silica gel below 0 degrees has a Shore C hardness of less than 18C. The hardness range is 0-18C.
The following are the silica gel parameters with 3-4 Shore C hardness under E600 specially adjusted 0 degrees
HY-E600 product specification
·The temperature range is -50℃-200℃, which can be used for a long time and maintain its soft and elastic properties.
·Environmental and non-toxic, passed SGS, ROSH environmental and non-toxic certification.
·It has excellent electrical properties and chemical stability, water resistance, ozone resistance, weathering resistance, non-corrosiveness, physiological inertness, non-toxic and tasteless, low linear shrinkage, and easy operation.
·HY-E600 is a two-component addition molding silicone material, which can be cured at room temperature or heated.
●How to use and matters needing attention
·Mix the two components A and B according to the weight of 1:1, and then pour after vacuum deaeration. Room temperature (25 degrees) 30-40 minutes operation time, 4-5 hours complete curing; heating 60-120 degrees, can be fully cured within a few 30 minutes.
· Separate the container from the condensed silica gel during operation, and use tools that have not used room temperature silica gel to operate the silica gel.
Physical properties after mixing (25℃, 65%RH)
Mixing ratio (weight ratio)
A: B = 1: 1
Viscosity after mixing (CP)
Operating time 25℃ (min)
Initial curing time (h)
Hardness (Shore C)
3-4C (below 0 degrees)
Tensile strength (Kgf/cm2 )
Tearing strength (kgf/cm)
Elongation at break (% )
*Viscosity, operating time and hardness after curing can be adjusted according to customer needs
A: 25kg B: 25kg
A: 200kg B: 200kg
Storage and transportation
·Shelf life: 12 months (should be stored at room temperature, in a dry bath and in a sealed container, not in contact with water to prevent deterioration);
·These products are non-dangerous goods and can be transported as general chemicals.