AS-RTV-EC is an electrically conductive moisture-curing silicone RTV. AS-RTV-EC is a 1-component silicone that, once applied to the substrate, allows the assembly to be handled after 1 hour. Once cured, the elastomer is resistant to the elements, ozone, moisture, UV radiation and high temperatures.
SS-25 is an electrically conductive moisture-curing silicone RTV. SS-25 is a 1 part electrically conductive adhesive silicone which when applied to the substrate allows the assembly to be handled after 1 hour. When cured, the electrically conductive adhesive withstands the effects of weather, ozone, moisture, UV radiation and high temperatures.
CHT’s patented acetone and alkoxy range of 1- and 2-component RTV silicone adhesive sealants are safe to use in electronics. They can be used to connect components on a circuit board and will not damage sensitive metals such as copper.
AS-RTV-TC is a thermally conductive silicone RTV adhesive rubber designed for heat sink applications.
RTV stands for Vulcanizing at Room Temperature.
Silicone adhesives have excellent electrical properties and can be formulated to be insulating with high dielectric strength or, conversely, electrically conductive.
Silicone oils are dielectric, as is silicone grease, silicone is generally inexpensive and widely available. However, we do not recommend using silicone-based lubricants for use on electrical connectors or contacts.
Thermally conductive silicone compounds are used to encapsulate devices such as power supplies, rectifiers, transformers and sensors – they conduct heat away from these components while protecting them from dust, moisture, temperature extremes and vibration.< /p>
TBAF Quaternary Ammonium Fluoride Reagent in PMA is effective in removing cured silicone adhesives from electronic components. This post-processing is simple and efficient for all types of silicone adhesives and is compatible with all module materials and contact surfaces.
Good dielectric properties Resistant to electrical tracking Water repellent to protect electrical properties Electronics Grade Silicone Sealant is a one-part, moisture-curing RTV (Room Temperature Vulcanizing) silicone sealant/adhesive that will not slip and cure to a tough, permanently elastic rubber.
The main difference between RTV and silicone is that RTV is a general term for room temperature vulcanizing silicone while silicone is a polymeric material with repeating siloxane units. Looking at the chemical structure, RTV silicone has crosslinks while regular silicone may or may not have crosslinks.
SS-3005 is a fast-curing, rubberized RTV silicone designed for thermally conductive applications. This thermally conductive silicone rubber adheres well to metal and composite substrates. SS-35 is a thermally conductive silicone RTV transfer adhesive designed for heat sink applications.
AST-RTV 27106 Clear 100%, Gorilla 100% are some examples of silicone adhesives. When adhesive silicone melts, it stays in place intact and does not flow. After the temperature cools, it will reset and solidify over time.
Moreover, RTV coatings can be applied directly to a live insulator with less maintenance, making them the best alternative coating method compared to a grease coating .
Mold Release Agent
In general, silicone RTV rubber for mold making does not stick to anything and nothing will stick to it. The exception is that it sticks to itself, other silicones, silica and glass.
Performance of 100% RTV compared to
Pure silicone has stronger adhesion, less shrinkage when applied at lower temperatures and greater weather resistance. If you’re using your silicone in a furnace or on a Florida rooftop, 100% RTV will handle the heat that much better.