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When stored in its original packaging at a temperature of between -5°C and + 30°C, BLUESIL ESA 6000 HT A&B may be stored for up to 6 months from its date of manufacture.

Comply with the storage instructions and expiry date marked on the packaging.

Beyond this date, Bluestar Silicones no longer guarantees that the product meets the sales specifications.

Store in a cool, dry place with adequate ventilation. Keep away from incompatible materials, open flames, and high temperatures. Store in tightly closed original container. equipped with a degassing device. Suitable containers: polyethylene. Steel drums coated with epoxy-resin.Please consult the Safety Data Sheet of this product.

BLUESIL ESA 6000 HT B

BLUESIL ESA 6000 HT A&B is a pourable, two component silicone rubber that cures at room temperature by a polyaddition reaction, to a very soft and translucent silicone gel.

BLUESIL ESA 6000 HT A&B is particularly recommended for applications where a thermal resistance is needed and self-bleeding effect is prohibited.

Protection

2 Part RTV

Fluid

  • Easy processing, due to the good fluidity of parts A and B and their mixing ratio (1:1).
  • Good pourability.
  • Translucent (Good optical transmission).
  • Quick setting, accelerated by heating.
  • Tacky
  • Outstanding dielectric properties.
  • Heat-resistant up to 225°C.
  • Outstanding protection of encapsulated equipment against mechanical stress due to temperature variations and vibrations.
  • Protection of electronic units by potting
  • Very high heat-resistant, until 225°C, is ideal for encapsulating power electronic modules.
  • Damping systems.

Asia Pacific;Central and South America;Europe Middle East Africa

For information about Storage and Shelf Life for this product, please download the Technical Data Sheet.

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Viscosity900PairedCompISO 3219mPa.s

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Viscosity1500PairedCompISO 3219mPa.s

 

 

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​Mixing guidelines:

1. Mix Part A and Part B components according to recommended weight ratios.

The two components are thoroughly mixed using an electrical or pneumatic mixer, on a low speed setting to limit the inclusion of air in the mixture. A dispensing machine can also be used.

2. After mixing A and B parts, it is preferable to degas the product to eliminate the air bubbles that would be visible in the finished part and which would reduce the mechanical and dielectric properties. Degasing is generally carried out with a vacuum of 30 to 50 mbar releasing the vacuum several times during the operation. A recipient with a high diameter/height ratio is better suited to quick degasing; however, the height must be sufficient to contain the swelling of the elastomer under vacuum conditions.

3. BLUESIL ESA 6000 HT A&B is poured slowly and regularly. In the case of a high thickness coating operation, the casting must be made at the lowest point in the volume to be filled; this avoids forming and including air bubbles in the volume. It should not be filled totally to allow expansion of the BLUESIL ESA 6000 HT A&B at service temperatures.

Certain materials that BLUESIL ESA 6000 HT A&B may be in contact with when curing could inhibit the reaction. Especially troublesome materials are: Sulphur-containing cured natural and synthetic rubber compounds (neoprene, latex, SBR), tin catalyzed silicone rubbers, amine catalyzed epoxies, PVC stabilized with tin salts and some polyurethane elastomers.

​Mixing guidelines1. Mix Part A and Part B components according to recommended weight ratios.The two components are thoroughly mixed using an electrical or pneumatic mixer, on a low speed setting to limit the inclusion of air in the mixture. A dispensing machine can also be used.2. After mixing A and B parts, it is preferable to degas the product to eliminate the air bubbles that would be visible in the finished part and which would reduce the mechanical and dielectric properties. Degasing is generally carried out with a vacuum of 30 to 50 mbar releasing the vacuum several times during the operation. A recipient with a high diameter/height ratio is better suited to quick degasing; however, the height must be sufficient to contain the swelling of the elastomer under vacuum conditions.3. BLUESIL ESA 6000 HT A&B is poured slowly and regularly. In the case of a high thickness coating operation, the casting must be made at the lowest point in the volume to be filled; this avoids forming and including air bubbles in the volume. It should not be filled totally to allow expansion of the BLUESIL ESA 6000 HT A&B at service temperatures. Certain materials that BLUESIL ESA 6000 HT A&B may be in contact with when curing could inhibit the reaction. Especially troublesome materials are Sulphur-containing cured natural and synthetic rubber compounds (neoprene, latex, SBR), tin catalyzed silicone rubbers, amine catalyzed epoxies, PVC stabilized with tin salts and some polyurethane elastomers.

 

 

​Mixing guidelines:

1. Mix Part A and Part B components according to recommended weight ratios.

The two components are thoroughly mixed using an electrical or pneumatic mixer, on a low speed setting to limit the inclusion of air in the mixture. A dispensing machine can also be used.

2. After mixing A and B parts, it is preferable to degas the product to eliminate the air bubbles that would be visible in the finished part and which would reduce the mechanical and dielectric properties. Degasing is generally carried out with a vacuum of 30 to 50 mbar releasing the vacuum several times during the operation. A recipient with a high diameter/height ratio is better suited to quick degasing; however, the height must be sufficient to contain the swelling of the elastomer under vacuum conditions.

3. BLUESIL ESA 6000 HT A&B is poured slowly and regularly. In the case of a high thickness coating operation, the casting must be made at the lowest point in the volume to be filled; this avoids forming and including air bubbles in the volume. It should not be filled totally to allow expansion of the BLUESIL ESA 6000 HT A&B at service temperatures.

Certain materials that BLUESIL ESA 6000 HT A&B may be in contact with when curing could inhibit the reaction. Especially troublesome materials are: Sulphur-containing cured natural and synthetic rubber compounds (neoprene, latex, SBR), tin catalyzed silicone rubbers, amine catalyzed epoxies, PVC stabilized with tin salts and some polyurethane elastomers.

​Mixing guidelines1. Mix Part A and Part B components according to recommended weight ratios.The two components are thoroughly mixed using an electrical or pneumatic mixer, on a low speed setting to limit the inclusion of air in the mixture. A dispensing machine can also be used.2. After mixing A and B parts, it is preferable to degas the product to eliminate the air bubbles that would be visible in the finished part and which would reduce the mechanical and dielectric properties. Degasing is generally carried out with a vacuum of 30 to 50 mbar releasing the vacuum several times during the operation. A recipient with a high diameter/height ratio is better suited to quick degasing; however, the height must be sufficient to contain the swelling of the elastomer under vacuum conditions.3. BLUESIL ESA 6000 HT A&B is poured slowly and regularly. In the case of a high thickness coating operation, the casting must be made at the lowest point in the volume to be filled; this avoids forming and including air bubbles in the volume. It should not be filled totally to allow expansion of the BLUESIL ESA 6000 HT A&B at service temperatures. Certain materials that BLUESIL ESA 6000 HT A&B may be in contact with when curing could inhibit the reaction. Especially troublesome materials are Sulphur-containing cured natural and synthetic rubber compounds (neoprene, latex, SBR), tin catalyzed silicone rubbers, amine catalyzed epoxies, PVC stabilized with tin salts and some polyurethane elastomers.

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