Tin-based silicone, also called condensation-cure silicone, are two-component materials which cure at room temperature (RTV) to flexible, high tear-strength rubbers. Tin cured silicones can be poured onto models or they can be made brushable by adding a thixotropic additive. They are ideal for molds where easy release or high temperature resistance is required. Tin cured silicone can be used for casting polyurethane, epoxy or polyester resins, waxes, all gypsum products and low-temperature metals.
Mold Max Series
Mold Max silicones are used around the world for a variety of industrial and art-related applications including architectural restoration, prototype model development, reproducing sculpture, creating special effects and themed environments. There is no better silicone value.
Shore 15A tin-catalyzed silicone which is low viscosity and does not require vacuum degassing.
Shore 60A tin catalyzed silicone rubber formulated for applications requiring high heat resistance
Brushable tin-catalyzed silicone rubber for making fast brush-on molds of almost any model
High performance tin-catalyzed liquid silicone rubbers in Shore Hardnesses from 10A - 40A
Water white translucent tin cured silicone rubber compounds with exceptional tear strength and working properties
Very low shrinkage tin-catalyzed silicone mold making rubber