Injection molding of silicone
Silicone rubber can withstand UV rays, harsh chemicals and temperatures ranging from -110 to +300°C. Silicone has shape-memory properties (low compression set) and can be moulded in complex geometries and even with negative tool drafts. It has high transparency and is pigmentable in most colours.
Silicone rubber has a perfect balance of mechanical and chemical properties, which makes it very suitable for use in medical applications. The material has excellent biological compatibility with human tissue and body fluids, which has been proven and documented worldwide. Hence, silicone is ideal for short- and long-term implants. Products in silicone rubber can be sterilised using ethylenoxide, radiation (even after packaging) and autoclave.
Silicone components are extensively used in applications across a variety of industries, including medical, automotive, infant care, general industrial markets, aerospace, electronics and many other specialized industries.
- Pioneers in liquid (LIM) as well as solid silicone molding (+40 years)
- Micro molding: <0,001 g
- Thin wall molding; 0,10 mm
- Insert molding, vertical and horisontal
TiO2 (white color, laser marking, friction)
BaSO4 (visible with x-ray)
- Ready mixed:
Silver – anti-bacterial
- Production in clean-room class 7, 8 and 9