Performing, Protecting, Bringing Style
Silicones are high-performance oligomers or polymers that can take a variety of physical forms, ranging from solids to water-thin liquids and semi-viscous pastes, greases and oils.
They are noted for their ability to function in conditions that would literally destroy conventional material. Silicones display a host of unique properties that can lubricate, seal, bond, release, defoam and encapsulate. They can even insulate, waterproof and coat. They conduct electricity. They won't harden, crack peel, crumble or dry out, rot or become brittle with age.
Silicones, in their many forms, are used in the following sectors: