Silicone profile FOAMC series

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FOAM SILICONE CORD REFERENCE: FOAMC DESCRIPTION: Foam Silicone Cord 250Cº MATERIAL: High temperature Foam Silicone 250ºC See the material data sheet DIMENSIONAL TOLERANCE The dimensional tolerance of the Foam Silicone Cord is according the RMA A3 for the Rubber Foam APLICATIONS: Powder Coating, Wet Coating, E-Coating, Plating, Anodizing. USES: The Foam Silicone Cord is used to mask grooves. The Foam Silicone Cord is served in rolls and must be cut according to the length required for application. It is mainly used to mask the grooves during the surface treatments. But it has many other applications thanks to the heat resistance and high level of flexibility. RECOMMENDATIONS of USE: To choose the appropriate size is necessary taking into consideration the Foam Cord diameter “D”. The Silicone Foam Cord is very flexible, so when deciding the appropriate cord size you can take a “D” quite bigger than the groove (0.5mm to 2mm). When we fit it by pressing it into the groove, the Foam Cord will reduce the dimension significantly and the fitting will be easy, quick and tight inside groove. Once fitted, the Foam Cord has to be well fitted and held all along the inside groove. If the Foam Cord has to be cut into a smaller length, then it is recommended to use a special tube cutter to do it accurately, quickly and safety. STORAGE RECOMMENDATIONS: Storing this product away from direct sunlight and at a temperature between 20º C and 25º C is recommended in order to prevent any modifications to the properties such as flexibility, elasticity or decolouring, among others. The material this product is made of possesses no health risk nor is it


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