Good Quality for SV-888 Weatherproof Silicone Sealant for Panama Factories
Description SV-888 silicone weatherproof sealant is one component, neutral cure silicone sealant, designed for glass curtain wall, aluminum curtain wall and building exterior design, has excellent weathering properties, it can form durable and most building materials, waterproof and flexible interface. Key Features 1. 100% silicone 2. Medium modulus (25% movement capability) 3. UV resistance & weatherproof 4. Primerless adhesion to most building materials Basic Application 1.All ...
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SV-888 silicone weatherproof sealant is one component, neutral cure silicone sealant, designed for glass curtain wall, aluminum curtain wall and building exterior design, has excellent weathering properties, it can form durable and most building materials, waterproof and flexible interface.
1. 100% silicone
2. Medium modulus (25% movement capability)
3. UV resistance & weatherproof
4. Primerless adhesion to most building materials
1.All kinds of glass curtain wall weatherproof seal
2.For metal (aluminum) curtain wall, enamel curtain wall weatherproof seal
3.Joint sealing of concrete and metal
4.Roof joint seal
Technical data sheet
|Test standard||Test project||Unit||value|
|GB13477||Flow, sagging or vertical flow||mm||0|
|GB13477||surface drying time（25℃，50%R.H.）||min||20|
|Sealant curing speed and operating time will have different with different temperatures and temperature, high temperature and high humidity can make sealant curing speed faster, rather low temperature and low humidity are slower.21 days after curing——25℃，50%R.H.|
|GB13477||Durometer Hardness||Shore A||28|
|GB13477||The ultimate tensile strength||Mpa||0.65|
GB/T 22083-G-35；ASTM C920
Black, white, grey
300ml in cartridge * 24 per box, 590ml in sausage *20 per box
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Silicone Rubber Prototype Parts
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1.customer provide design drawing, and we manufacturer as per the drawing;
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3.customer provide design idea, sketch, function ect. we make free design
drawing for your approval.
Behold The Future…Hydrogel superglue is 90 percent water, New “water adhesive” is tougher than natural adhesives employed by mussels and barnacles.
Nature has developed innovative ways to solve a sticky challenge: Mussels and barnacles stubbornly glue themselves to cliff faces, ship hulls, and even the skin of whales. Likewise, tendons and cartilage stick to bone with incredible robustness, giving animals flexibility and agility.
The natural adhesive in all these cases is hydrogel — a sticky mix of water and gummy material that creates a tough and durable bond.
Now engineers at MIT have developed a method to make synthetic, sticky hydrogel that is more than 90 percent water. The hydrogel, which is a transparent, rubber-like material, can adhere to surfaces such as glass, silicon, ceramics, aluminum, and titanium with a toughness comparable to the bond between tendon and cartilage on bone.
In experiments to demonstrate its robustness, the researchers applied a small square of their hydrogel between two plates of glass, from which they then suspended a 55-pound weight. They also glued the hydrogel to a silicon wafer, which they then smashed with a hammer. While the silicon shattered, its pieces remained stuck in place.
Such durability makes the hydrogel an ideal candidate for protective coatings on underwater surfaces such as boats and submarines. As the hydrogel is biocompatible, it may also be suitable for a range of health-related applications, such as biomedical coatings for catheters and sensors implanted in the body.
“You can imagine new applications with this very robust, adhesive, yet soft material,” says Xuanhe Zhao, the Robert N. Noyce Career Development Associate Professor in MIT’s Department of Mechanical Engineering. For example, Zhao’s group is currently exploring uses for the hydrogel in soft robotics, where the material may serve as synthetic tendon and cartilage, or in flexible joints.
“It’s a pretty tough and adhesive gel that’s mostly water,” Hyunwoo Yuk, a graduate student in mechanical engineering and the lead author of a paper on the work, says. “Basically, it’s tough, bonding water.”
Zhao and his students publish their results today in the journal Nature Materials.
A stretchy anchor…
A tough, flexible hydrogel that bonds strongly requires two characteristics, Zhao found: energy dissipation and chemical anchorage. A hydrogel that dissipates energy is essentially able to stretch significantly without retaining all the energy used to stretch it. A chemically anchored hydrogel adheres to a surface by covalently bonding its polymer network to that surface.
“Chemical anchorage plus bulk dissipation leads to tough bonding,” Zhao says. “Tendons and cartilage harness these, so we’re really learning this principle from nature.”
In developing the hydrogel, Yuk mixed a solution of water with a dissipative ingredient to create a stretchy, rubbery material. He then placed the hydrogel atop various surfaces, such as aluminum, ceramic, glass, and titanium, each modified with functional silanes — molecules that created chemical links between each surface and its hydrogel.
The researchers then tested the hydrogel’s bond using a standard peeling test, in which they measured the force required to peel the hydrogel from a surface. On average, they found the hydrogel’s bond was as tough as 1,000 joules per square meter — about the same level as tendon and cartilage on bone.
Zhao group compared these results with existing hydrogels, as well as elastomers, tissue adhesives, and nanoparticle gels, and found that the new hydrogel adhesive has both higher water content and a much stronger bonding ability.
“We basically broke a world record in bonding toughness of hydrogels, and it was inspired by nature,” Yuk says.
Newly engineered water superglue (MIT Video)