Silicone Rubber - Tin Cure

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Use TinSil® Series liquid silicone rubbers to manufacture high-performance silicone molds and silicone parts.

TinSil® rubbers are tin-cured (also known as condensation cure), room-temperature curing silicones. Molds made from these rubbers exhibit high tear strength, good release properties, and resistance to high temperatures.

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Product Options

Standard Tin-Cured Mold Making & Casting Silicone Rubbers

TinSil® 70 & 80-Series tin-cured silicone rubbers offer a variety of Shore Hardness options, pour times, demold times, and viscosities.

Tin-Cured Silicone for Casting Low-Melt Metals

TinSil® 70-60 Silicone Rubber is stable at higher temperatures (~600°F) which makes it suitable for casting low-melting metals (e.g., pewter, pewter blends, limited leads).

Soft Tin-Cured Silicone Rubber for Animatronics & Special Effects

TinSil® Gel-10 Silicone Rubber is a soft silicone with translucency and flexibility that is very effective for animatronics and special effects.

Product Line Features

  • Type: Tin-cured (condensation-cured) silicone rubber
  • Room-temperature curing (RTV)
  • A wide range of durometers
  • A variety of pot life and demold times
  • High temperature resistance on select products (up to 600°F)
  • Accelerators, thickeners, pigments and other accessories that adjust the liquid and cured properties of the silicone
  • Silicone molds can be used to cast a variety of materials, including: polyurethane, polyester and epoxy resin, polyurethane foam, low melting metals, concrete, plaster, wax, and more.

Application Examples

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