GP-214 Silicone Polyol Copolymer

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GP-214 is a high molecular weight copolymer of silicone and polyol blocks, which is designed to act as a surface active agent in both aqueous and non-aqueous systems. GP-214 contains polyoxyethylene-polyoxypropylene copolymer adducts to a polydimethyl-siloxane backbone, with silicone to polyol segments joined by non-hydrolyzable silicon to carbon bonds. GP-214 is dispersible in water and shows solubility or dispersibility in a wide range of hydrocarbon and chlorinated hydrocarbon solvents. GP-214 contains no functional groups and is chemically inert with a low degree of toxicity. Some of the special properties of GP-214 are listed below:

  • High Viscosity
  • Non-Hydrolyzable
  • Low Freeze Point
Typical Properties
Clear to Slightly Hazy, Colorless to Amber Liquid
Weight/Gallon @ 25°C
8.5 lbs
Viscosity (cPs) @ 25°C
6000 cP
Flash Point (P.M.C.C.)
Specific Gravity
Wt. % Active
Wt. % Silicone
Molecular Weight (Calculated)
11500 amu
Polyol Type
Polyoxyethylene/Polyoxypropylene (EO/PO)
Solubility in Water
Melting Point
50 °F


GP-214 is recommended for evaluation as a profoaming additive in plastisol and organosol formulations and in polyether type polyurethane foams. Other suggested applications include:

  • Pigment Dispersant
  • Wetting agent
  • Internal Lubricant (Plastics)
  • Thread Lubricant
  • Polyrethane Foam (Cell Control Agent)
  • Leveling and Flow Control Agent (Solvent Coatings)
  • Cosmetics

Processing and Safety Guidelines

GP-214 has a very low order of toxicity, but should still be handled with all precautions common to the use of any industrial chemical product. For additional information refer to Safety Data Sheet.


GP-214 is supplied in 5-gallon (40 lbs.) pails, 55-gallon (465 lbs.) drums and 330-gallon (2790 lbs.) totes.  Moisture Sensitive. Keep containers tightly sealed. Store below 100° F.