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Silicone Ice-phobic Coatings

Engineering Materials - Selection Guide
General Purpose - Silicone Ice-phobic Coatings

 

NuSil ID Cure System
Work Time
Mix Ratio
Comments
R-1009 Oxime 1 Part RTV dispersion coating/conformal 33% solids. Can be sprayed, brushed or used for dipping.
R-1082 Acetoxy - - 1 Part One-part RTV silicone elastomer dispersed in xylene. Designed for spraying, dip casting.
R-1182 1 Part Provides a RTV, low-friction coating on cured silicone substrates
R-2180 Platinum >72 HR 1:1 Cure: 30 M / 25C : n45 M / 75C :m 135 M / 150 C, Ice Phobic, 20% Solids
R-2180-2 Platinum 1:1 Cure: 30 M / 25C : n45 M / 75C :m 135 M / 150 C, Ice Phobic, 20% Solids
R-3930 Acetoxy - - 1 Part One-part RTV silicone elastomer dispersed in tert butyl acetate Ice Phobic
R-3975 Acetoxy - - 1 Part One-part RTV silicone elastomer dispersed in tert butyl acetate - Ice Phobic
   
 

Fluorosilicones tear sheetFluorosilicones - Tear Sheet

NuSil’s line of fluorosilicones comprises adhesives, sealants and coatings. Fluorosilicones resist degradation when exposed to jet fuel, solvents, gasoline, or crude oil and operate in a broad range of temperatures.
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Silicone Ice-Phobic Coatings

Ice build up has major economic impact on the aircraft industry, resulting in multiple efforts to understand and resolve the problem. When compared to other commercially marketed ice-phobic coatings and non-stick materials such as Teon®, NuSil’s silicone coatings show significantly improved reduction in ice adhesion when applied on aluminium surfaces. In addition, new silicone materials have been developed that cure at room temperature and add fuel resistance.

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