MasterSil 910Med: One part, medical grade silicone system cures rapidly

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MasterSil 910Med is a one part silicone for bonding, sealing and coating primarily for medical devices. It passes both USP Class VI testing and ISO cytotoxicity specifications.

MasterSil 910Med is a one part silicone for bonding, sealing and coating primarily for medical devices. It passes both USP Class VI testing and ISO cytotoxicity specifications.

As an acetoxy type system, it bonds exceptionally well to a wide variety of substrates including metals, composites, ceramics, glass as well as many rubbers and plastics. MasterSil 910Med can resist the most aggressive types of thermal cycling as well as mechanical and thermal shock.

Typical of one part silicones, the curing mechanism is based on the humidity level. The higher the humidity, the faster the cure and thinner sections cure more quickly than thicker ones.

MasterSil 910Med is a fast curing system and depending upon the application, the tack free time can range from 10 to 20 minutes. It withstands liquid sterilants, gamma radiation and EtO well.

Its service temperature range is -75° to 400° F. One particularly useful product property is its ability to adhere well to silicone substrates. MasterSil 910Med can be used in a wide array of medical device applications where the acetoxy type cure is not an issue and optimum product properties are required. It should be emphasized that for biocompatibility testing, a full cure of at least seven days is recommended.

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