GP-654 Amine Functional Silicone Fluid

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Description

GP-654 is an amine functional silicone polymer where x=92.

GP-654 is compatible with dimethyl silicone fluids and with aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbon solvents. Some of the special properties of GP-654 are listed below:

  • High Amine-Alkyl Content
  • Stable Indefinitely in Closed Containers
  • Good Heat Stability
Typical Properties
Appearance
Clear, Colorless to Light Straw Liquid
Weight/Gallon @ 25°C
8.2 lbs
Viscosity (cPs) @ 25°C
180
Specific Gravity
0.98
Wt. % Active
100
Molecular Weight (Calculated)
7000
Amine Number *
28
Refractive Index
1.4086
* milliliters of 0.1N HCl needed to neutralize 10 gms of product

Applications

The amine-alkyl functionality of GP-654 provides a versatile reaction site for the synthesis of a variety of silicone-organic copolymers which may be tailored for use in textiles, coatings, car polishes and many other applications. Some specific applications are listed below:

  • Internal Mold Release
  • Detergent Resistant Car Polishes
  • Vinyl Conditioners
  • Water Repellents
  • Rust Inhibitor Additive
  • Leather Treatment
  • Textile Lubricants

Processing and Safety Guidelines

GP-654 may be blended with solvents, waxes, or high viscosity silicone fluids for car polish or vinyl conditioners. GP-654 can also be formulated into emulsions. The physiological and toxicological properties of GP-654 are similar to those of other amine functional silicone fluids currently on the market. Precautions should be the same as required for handling long chain organic alkyl amines. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. For additional safety precautions, refer to Safety Data Sheet.

Packaging/Handling/Storage

GP-654 is supplied in 5-gallon (40 lbs.) pails, 55-gallon (440 lbs.) drums and 330-gallon (2640 lbs.) totes. Moisture Sensitive. Keep container tightly sealed. Store below 100° F. Do not weld or cut drum, even when empty.