Dragon Skin™ silicones are high performance platinum cure liquid silicone compounds that are used for a variety of applications ranging from creating skin effects and other movie special effects to making production molds for casting a variety of materials. Because of the superior physical properties and flexibility of Dragon Skin™ rubbers, they are also used for medical prosthetics and cushioning applications. Dragon Skin™ rubbers are also used for a variety of industrial applications and have a service temperature range of a constant -53°C to +232°C
Dragon Skin™ 10 MEDIUM - Working time 20 mintutes - Cure Time 5 hours - Shore A10
Time Tested, Versatile Special Effects Material – Soft, super-strong and stretchy, Dragon Skin™ 10 MEDIUM s used around the world to make spectacular skin and creature effects. An infinite number of color effects can be achieved by adding Silc Pig™ silicone pigments or Cast Magic™ effects powders. Cured rubber can also be painted with the Psycho Paint™ system.
Cured material is skin safe and certified by an independent laboratory.
Easy To Use – Dragon Skin™ silicones are mixed 1A:1B by weight or volume. Liquid rubber can be thinned with Silicone Thinner™ or thickened with THI-VEX™. Rubber cures at room temperature 23°C with negligible shrinkage. Vacuum degassing is recommended to minimize air bubbles in cured rubber.
Dragon Skin™ 10 silicones are Flame Rated to UL-94 HB specification and they meet the B1 classification for the GB 8624-2012 Fire Test to Building Material and Products (does not include ‘NV’ formulas)
Certified Skin Safe - Cured Dragon Skin™ Series is skin safe and is certified by an independent laboratory. OECD TG 439 certification. No animals were used in testing.
Measuring and Mixing - Before you begin, pre-mix Part B thoroughly. After dispensing required amounts of Parts A and B into mixing container (1A:1B by volume or weight), mix thoroughly for 3 minutes making sure that you scrape the sides and bottom of the mixing container several times. After mixing parts A and B, vacuum degassing is recommended to eliminate any entrapped air. Vacuum material for 2-3 minutes ( 0,98 bar), making sure that you leave enough room in container for product volume expansion.
For best results, pour your mixture in a single spot at the lowest point of the containment field. Let the rubber seek its level up and over the model. A uniform flow will help minimize entrapped air. The liquid rubber should level off at least 1.3 cm over the highest point of the model surface.
Curing / Post Curing - Allow rubber to cure as prescribed at room temperature 23°C before demolding. Do not cure rubber where temperature is less than 18°C. Optional: Post curing the mold will aid in quickly attaining maximum physical and performance properties. After curing at room temperature, expose the rubber to 80°C for 2 hours and 100°C for one hour. Allow mold to cool to room temperature before using.
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