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MC Silicone Professional Mould Making & Casting Materials Supplier
|Place of Origin:||CHINA|
|Brand Name:||MC Silicone|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||20|
|Packaging Details:||25kg, 200kg|
|Delivery Time:||3-5 working days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||4000kg per day|
|Features:||High Transparency||Product Name:||Water Clear Encapsulation Display Water|
|Color:||Water Clear||Application:||For Artificial Flower Stem Encapsulation, Bearkable Glass, Ice Effects|
|Viscosity:||200±50||Working Time:||120 Minutes|
|Curing Time:||16-24h||Hardness:||33 Shore A|
Water Clear Encapsulation Display Silicone Rubber,
33 Shore A Silicone Rubber,
Breakable Glass Silicone Liquid Rubber
Easy Mix Two Component Water Clear Encapsulation Display Silicone Rubber
MC Silicone MCPLA-ED30 is a water clear encapsulation rubber that looks just like water and is ideal for a variety of encapsulation and display applications.
Non-Hazardous – No dangerous
Clear Rubber Lasts A Long Time
Easy To Use 1:1 mix ratio
Minimal Bubble Entrapment
Cures perfectly clear – Looks just like water
Cured rubber can be removed from object
This rubber is perfect for encapsulating artificial flower stems for creating lasting floral displays. It can also pour the rubber around just about any inanimate object to encapsulate for display,to create a variety of display props and novelty items.This rubber can be used to create water/pond effects for small scale model environments. Fully cured rubber can also be crumbled to look like broken glass, diamonds or ice.
|Item No.||MCPLA-ED30 A/B|
|Viscosity ( cps,approx.)||200±50|
|Mix ratio (A:B)||1:1|
|Working time(at 23℃)||120 minutes|
|Curing time(at 23℃ approx.)||16-24 hours|
|Hardness||33 shore A|
|Linear Shrinkage (%)||≤0.1|
Encapsulation, Glass & Ice Effects
For Encapsulating Objects: object must be heavy enough not to float in
liquid rubber. Place object in bottom of a container. Use a container that will allow object encapsulated in display rubber to be easily removed once rubber has cured. Center object in container, mix and pour the rubber around object and let cure.
Suspended Encapsulation: object must be heavy enough not to float in liquid rubber. Pour a small amount of rubber in the bottom of your
container. Allow material to cure. Position the object to be encapsulated on top of this first cured layer of rubber. Mix and pour a new amount of liquid rubber over the object. Allow second pour to cure for 16 hours at room temperature. The rubber will bond to itself leaving the piece fully encased in a block of clear rubber.
Making Fake Ice, Diamonds or Broken Glass:
Fully cured rubber can be crumbled to simulate ice, diamonds or broken glass. Simply crumble cured rubber to desired size or effect.
Adding Color: Add a small amount of silicone pigment to Part A and mix thoroughly. Combine equal amount of Part B. Mix all components and pour.
Removing: - Fully cured rubber can be removed from flower stems or encapsulated objects. Simply crumble away from encapsulated item. If pouring the rubber over a glass object, apply a thin coating of petroleum jelly or release agent before pouring rubber.
Contact Person: Mrs. Amy Tse