The NuSil® brand continues its film series on the key physical properties of silicone, with this short exploration of Viscosity.
The NuSil® brand is proud to present a film series on the key physical properties of silicone. Understanding both the properties and how they are tested is critical to determining the right silicone for your application. The following film provides relatable examples on Viscosity, details on test preparation and finally the methods in which NuSil® silicones are actually tested.
Feel free to contact our technical support team for more details and to choose the best NuSil® product for your intended use.
Correct sample preparation is critical when testing silicone materials for specific physical properties. Click the link below for details on how to properly prepare your samples.
For protection of sensitive photonics assemblies from mechanical shock, thermal shock, dust, and ambient atmosphere. As an embedding or potting compound for environmental protection of electronic assemblies and components, such as LEDs.
For applications requiring a material that is highly water repellent and resists decomposition from heat and oxidation. Has good wetting properties and good lubricative characteristics in contact with plastics, rubber and skin.
The following film explores the key physical property of Extrusion Rate. Watch Anne Groff explain the NuSil® method for testing.
Anne Groff, Manager of the NuSil® Analytics Department, simplifies the complicated Durometer scales and demonstrates how we insure that materials are properly tested.