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Master Bond Unveils 1C Fast Curing Silicone for Medical Device Applications

Published on 2016-03-29. Author : SpecialChem

Master Bond MasterSil 910Med is a one part acetoxy type silicone system that meets USP Class VI specifications for biocompatibility and ISO 10993-5 testing for cytotoxicity. This translucent paste also withstands many sterilization methods, including liquid sterilants, gamma radiation and EtO.

MasterSil 910Med
Fig. 1: MasterSil 910Med

As a silicone, MasterSil 910Med delivers high flexibility and has an elongation of 400-600%. This imparts reliable thermal cycling and mechanical shock resistance. Bond strength to metals, composites, glass ceramics, rubbers, plastics and other silicone substrates is excellent. It is serviceable over the broad temperature range of -75°F to +400°F. It is also a competent electrical insulator with a volume resistivity of >1015 ohm-cm.

Easy to handle, this single component system cures at room temperature and has a tack free time of 10-20 minutes. Curing is based on the humidity level, where the higher the humidity, the faster the cure. Additionally, thinner sections cure more quickly than thicker ones.

MasterSil 910Med is available in 80 gram tubes and has a shelf life of 6 months.

About Master Bond

Master Bond Inc. formulates the highest quality products and offers unmatched technical advice and customer support. Its product line consists of advanced adhesives, sealants, coatings, potting/encapsulation compounds and impregnation resins. Each compound is designed to meet specific application needs and requirements. Master Bond manufactures over 3,000 grades of specially designed formulations. The company offers replacements for competitors' discontinued products.

Source: Master Bond

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