GP-7100 Paintable Amine Functional Silicone Fluid

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Description

GP-7100 is an amine-alkyl modified methylalkylaryl silicone polymer designed to provide good release of plastic, metal and rubber parts. The amine groups of GP-7100 help promote ionic attachment of the fluid to mold substrates, and therefore provide better release performance than is obtainable with conventional 'paintable' silicone fluids. The amine functionality of GP-7100 also suggests reactions with organic groups to produce silicone-organic composites.  

The following list summarizes some of the special features of GP-7100:

  • Ease of Cleaning
  • Amine/Alkyl Functional
  • Superior Release Performance in Plastic and Rubber Molding
  • Good Lubricant for Metal Cutting and Drilling, Particularly Aluminum
Typical Properties
Appearance
Clear, Light Straw Liquid
Weight/Gallon @ 25°C
8.0 lbs
Viscosity (cPs) @ 25°C
750
Amine Number *
13
Flash Point (P.M.C.C.)
>200°F
Specific Gravity
1
Wt. % Active
100
Molecular Weight (Calculated)
7800
Solubility
Aliphatic Hydrocarbon Solvents
* milliliters of 0.1N HCl needed to neutralize 10 gms of product

Applications

  • Internal Lubricant in Rubber
  • Molding Hoses on Mandrels
  • Internal Release Agent in Rubber, Plastics and Plastisols
  • Intermediate in Silicone-Organic Copolymer Synthesis

Processing and Safety Guidelines

GP-7100 has been formulated to provide good compatibility with organic coatings and adhesives. Nonetheless, surfaces contaminated with GP-7100 should be cleaned properly before painting or bonding - as is true even with conventional petroleum oil contaminants. GP-7100 should be handled with the same precautions common to the use of industrial products. May cause eye and skin irritation. For additional precautions, refer to Safety Data Sheet.

Packaging/Handling/Storage

GP-7100 is supplied in 5-gallon (40 lbs.) pails, 55-gallon (440 lbs.) drums and 330-gallon (2640 lbs.) totes.