10-8880 - 

Sealant, Silicone Putty, High Voltage, Industrial, 1.25oz

10-8880 - Sealant, Silicone Putty, High Voltage, Industrial, 1.25oz

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The 10-8880 is a High voltage Silicon Putty remains flexible at low temperatures and does not melt, harden or bleed at high temperatures. It is an uncured silicone rubber compound, chemically inert and has excellent moisture resistance. It is used for silicone rubber compounders in making up silicone rubbers of various types of durometer hardness. Can also be used for insulating high voltage connections to prevent corona discharge or arcing, waterproofing and insulating electrical connections to prevent corrosion or an electrical leakage and sealing and gasketing applications where a non-hardening material is required.
  • -65 to 250°F Temperature range
  • 3.03 Dielectric constant


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