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Silcolease® 429

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by Elkem Silicones
Silcolease® 429 by Elkem Silicones is silicone polymer diluted in an aromatic solvent. It cures by a polycondensation reaction with an organometallic compound and a crosslinker. Enables coating on particular supports inhibiting the polyaddition reaction (PVC). Shows good anchorage on papers, plastic films and various substrates, except papers used for food contact. Silcolease® 429 is used in association with the crosslinker Silcolease® Crosslinker 92A and the catalysts Silcolease® Catalyst 62A and Silcolease® Catalyst 62B and, if necessary a release control additive, for example Silcolease® RCA 3. Suitable for use in manufacturing solvent-based acrylic adhesive protectors (labels, hygiene, envelopes) and industrial type backings (tapes).
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Product Type
Silicones (Si)
Chemical Composition
Silicone polymer diluted in an aromatic solvent
CAS Number
63148-62-9

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This list of compatible products is generated out of estimated HSP values. A practical determination of these HSP values would provide higher certainty.
Learn more about Hansen Solubility Parameters (HSP) and their use in predictive formulation.

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