FS-3781 is a unique moldable and extrudable fluorosilicone that allows for the creation of custom-molded, solvent-resistant parts for various applications
Carpinteria, CA (Vocus) May 12, 2010
NuSil Technology LLC (http://www.nusil.com ), the global leader in silicone materials for the aerospace, aircraft, electronics and photonics industries, announces the release of FS-3781, a customizable, fluorosilicone, high-consistency rubber (HCR) for applications requiring solvent resistance in the aircraft and automotive industries.
FS-3781 offers resistance against solvents such as hydrocarbons, jet fuel, kerosene, gas and diesel and has a broad operating temperature range. This material offers the convenience of a long work time and does not require mixing or de-airing because it is a one-part pre-catalyzed silicone system. As an HCR, FS-3781 is ideal for calendering, extruding, and transfer and compression-molding parts such as gaskets, o-rings, stoppers and seals.
“FS-3781 is a unique moldable and extrudable fluorosilicone that allows for the creation of custom-molded, solvent-resistant parts for various applications” said Bill Riegler, Product Director - Engineering Materials.
NuSil can incorporate functional fillers into FS-3781 to achieve electrical or thermal conductivity and is able to create custom-molded parts per customer specifications. In addition, NuSil has the capabilities to match PMS or Federal Color Standards.
For more information on NuSil’s silicones for aircraft and aerospace, visit http://www.nusil.com/aircraft or call 805-684-8780.