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 Tin-based silicones, also called condensation-cure silicones, are economical two-component materials which cure at room temperature (RTV) to flexible, high tear-strength rubbers. Tin cured silicones can be poured onto models or they can be made brushable by adding a thixotropic additive. They are ideal for molds where easy release or high temperature resistance is required. Tin cured silicones can be used for casting polyurethane, epoxy and polyester resins, waxes, all gypsum products and low-temperature metals.

Amsil Silicone is a 2-part RTV (room temperature vulcanizing) high performance, tin/condensation cure mould making silicone. These
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Mold Max silicone rubber has exceptional tear strength, library life and working properties. Mold Max silicone rubber will reproduce the finest detail and are suitable for a variety of...

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-19°C to 205°C
Mixing of Mold Max Series

 Mold Max 60 is a Shore 60A tin catalyzed silicone rubber formulated for applications requiring high heat resistance (up to 560°F/294°C). It features a low mixed viscosity and cured...

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-19°C to 294° C
Many castings can be created in a Mold Max 60 mold.

M4514 is a premium pourable, condensation-curing, two component silicone rubber that vulcanizes at room temperature.  

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