Properties of One Part Silicone Adhesives, Sealants, and Coatings

Master Bond offers a large variety of one part, no-mix solvent free silicones. These products provide a unique combination of high flexibility and high-temperature resistance. The transparency of Master Bond's one part silicones and their resistance to vibration, shock, heat, and corrosion make them perfect products for electrical, optical, electronic, and fiber optics applications. These compounds adhere to a wide variety of substrates, including metals, plastics, and rubbers.

Master Bond's one part silicones are incredibly easy to use. When exposed to the moisture in the air, these products cure at ambient temperatures or more quickly at elevated temperatures without the addition of any curing agent. Because of the flexibility of one part silicones, they are easy to repair after curing. These compounds exhibit exceptional resistance to extreme temperatures. Specific grades remain serviceable from temperatures as low as -185°F to as high as 500°F.

Properties of Master Bond’s One Part Silicones

Master Bond one part silicone systems are designed to meet specific performance requirements. These compounds will adhere to glass, plastics, metals, and rubbers, including silicone. Specific grades offer:

  • Resistance to humidity
  • Superior flexibility
  • Electrical insulation
  • Thermal conductivity
  • Electrical conductivity
  • Fast curing
  • Optical clarity
  • Corrosion resistance
  • Resistance to extreme temperatures
  • Gap filling
  • Low Stress

Applications of Master Bond’s One Part Silicones

The transparency of Master Bond's one part silicones makes them perfect for optical and display applications where optical clarity is required. Because they provide excellent resistance to shock, vibration, and moisture, these compounds can be applied as protective coatings for sensitive electronic circuitry in hostile environments. Thermally conductive silicones are used for RFI shielding to prevent electromagnetic interference in electronic devices. Master Bond's one part silicones also serve as excellent formed-in-place gaskets in manufacturing applications because of their flexibility and resistance to moisture, corrosion, vibration, and shock.

Our Most Popular One Part Silicones

Products Description
MasterSil 415 Fast setting, optically clear silicone for bonding and sealing. Superb light transmission. Superior flexibility at lower temperatures. Service temperature range of -185 to +400F.
MasterSil 711 Exceptionally fast setting, high-performance non-corrosive silicone rubber. Widely used in manufacturing & repair.
MasterSil 773 Ultra low viscosity silicone conformal coating material. Easily applied by spraying, brushing, dipping or flow coating. Superb humidity and heat resistance silicone.
MasterSil 803 Unique, non-corrosive industrial silicone featuring enhanced low and high temperature serviceability. High temperature resistant system serviceable from -180°F up to 500°F(260°C). High bond strength.

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We offer a wide array of packaging options to speed productivity, minimize waste and save energy including...

  • Quantities from grams to gallons
  • Cans, bottles and jars
  • Cartridges for manual and pneumatic guns
  • Syringe applicators

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