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Monohydroxy terminated polysiloxanes

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Modifier OH are reactive silicone plasticizers for condensation systems containing both crosslinkable (hydroxy-functional) and unreactive chain ends. Modifier OH are therefore particularly suited for producing “non-bleeding” silicone sealants for marble/natural stone applications and for the electronics industry. Gel-like materials can also be produced using Modifier OH.


product overview:

  • Modifier 705

    Modifier 705 and Modifier 715 are SiH-terminated polydimethyl siloxanes which are used as plasticizers in addition-curing silicones. Due to their difunctional structure, these products do not react by crosslinking, but by extending the chains of vinyl-terminated silicone polymers (Polymer VS). Use of the modifiers reduces the crosslinking density and therefore the elastomer hardness.

  • Modifier 715

    Modifier 705 and Modifier 715 are SiH-terminated polydimethyl siloxanes which are used as plasticizers in addition-curing silicones. Due to their difunctional structure, these products do not react by crosslinking, but by extending the chains of vinyl-terminated silicone polymers (Polymer VS). Use of the modifiers reduces the crosslinking density and therefore the elastomer hardness.

  • Modifier OH 650

    Modifier OH are reactive silicone plasticizers for condensation systems containing both crosslinkable (hydroxy-functional) and unreactive chain ends. Modifier OH are therefore particularly suited for producing “non-bleeding” silicone sealants for marble/natural stone applications and for the electronics industry. Gel-like materials can also be produced using Modifier OH.

  • Modifier OH 655

    Modifier OH are reactive silicone plasticizers for condensation systems containing both crosslinkable (hydroxy-functional) and unreactive chain ends. Modifier OH are therefore particularly suited for producing “non-bleeding” silicone sealants for marble/natural stone applications and for the electronics industry. Gel-like materials can also be produced using Modifier OH.