Technical Specs

Glass Resins are a family of high-performance, thermosetting polysiloxane resins based on an alternating silicon-oxygen network. They are manufactured from specifically purified monomers by a patented process which yields polymers with exceptional properties. Glass Resins cure by condensation and, once cured, are insoluble in all common organic solvents. Click here to view a description of Glass Resin application.

Physical Form
Flake
Flake
Liquid
Liquid
Color
Colorless
Colorless
Colorless
Colorless
% Solids
100
100
60
100
Solvent
-
-
Xylene
-
Solubility
Polar & Aromatic
Polar & Aromatic
Aromatics
-
Viscosity(cps)
-
-
24
550
Specific Gravity
1.3
1.3
1.05
1.16
Refractive
1.49
1.51
1.48
1.47
Organics
Methyl-Phenyl
Methyl-Phenyl
Methyl-Phenyl
Methyl-Phenyl

 

Physical Form
Flake
Liquid
Liquid
Liquid
Color
Colorless
Colorless
Colorless
Colorless
% Solids
100
35
30
30
Solvent
-
Butanol-
Ethanol
Butanol-
Methanol

Butanol-
Methanol

Solubility
Polar
Polar
Polar
Polar
Viscosity(cps)
-
11
10
11
Specific Gravity
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
Refractive
1.42
1.42
1.42
1.42
Organics
Methyl
Methyl
Methyl
Methyl

 

 
Physical Form
Liquid
Flake
Flake
Color
Colorless
Colorless
Colorless
% Solids
40
100
100
Solvent
Butanol-Methanol
-
-
Solubility
Polar
Polar & Aromatic
Polar & Aromatic
Viscosity(cps)
12
-
-
Specific Gravity
1.3
1.3
1.3
Refractive
1.42
1.55
1.56
Organics
Methyl
Methyl-Phenyl
Phenyl

 

NOTES: The Glass Resin Flakes are readily soluble in a variety of polar solvents such as: alcohols (isopropanol, N-propanol, butanol and diacetone alcohol), ketones and the glycol ethers and their acetates.

 

 

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