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Ecoflex™ 5

Mold Max™ STROKE vs. Ecoflex™ 5

Super-Soft, Addition Cure Silicone Rubber

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Brushable Silicone Mold Rubber

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Key Differences

Product Type
  • Silicone Rubber - Platinum Cure
  • Silicone Rubber - Tin Cure
Mixed Viscosity13,000 cpsBrushable
Mix Ratio By Volume1A:1BN/A (gram scale required)
Pot Life1 minute30 minutes
Cure Time5 minutes16 hours
Shore A Hardness530
ColorTranslucentWhite
Die B Tear Strength75 pli125 pli
Tensile Strength350 psi577 psi
Elongation @ Break1,000 %300 %
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Ecoflex™ 5Mold Max™ STROKE
Product Type
  • Silicone Rubber - Platinum Cure
  • Silicone Rubber - Tin Cure
Mixed Viscosity13,000 cpsBrushable
Mix Ratio By Volume1A:1B
Mix Ratio By Weight1A:1B100A:10B
Pot Life1 minute30 minutes
Thin Film Recoat Time60 minutes
Cure Time5 minutes16 hours
Shore A Hardness530
Specific Gravity1.07 g/cc1.18 g/cc
Specific Volume25.8 cu. in./lb.23.5 cu. in./lb.
ColorTranslucentWhite
Die B Tear Strength75 pli125 pli
Tensile Strength350 psi577 psi
Elongation @ Break1,000 %300 %
100% Modulus15 psi
Shrinkage<.001 in. / in.0.002 in. / in.
Useful Temperature (min)-65 °F-65 °F
Useful Temperature (max)450 °F400 °F

Product Description

Ecoflex™ 5

Ecoflex™ rubbers are platinum-catalyzed silicones that are versatile and easy to use. Ecoflex™ rubbers are mixed 1A:1B by weight or volume and cured at room temperature with negligible shrinkage.  Low viscosity ensures easy mixing and de-airing. Dispense using our convenient dispensing cartridges. Cured rubber is very soft, very strong and very “stretchy”, stretching many times its original size without tearing and will rebound to its original form without distortion.

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Mold Max™ STROKE

Mold Max™ STROKE is a brushable tin silicone rubber that self-thickens for making fast brush-on molds of almost any model. Properly applied, it will hold a vertical surface and will reproduce the finest detail. Mixed 100A:10B by weight, rubber quickly develops thixotropy and can be applied with a brush or spatula. Working time is 30 minutes, re-coat time is 45 minutes and cure time after the final layer has been applied is 16 hours at room temperature.

Mold Max™ STROKE silicone will not stick to most surfaces and will cure with negligible shrinkage to a strong, flexible Shore 30A rubber. 4 thin layers is all that is necessary to make a strong and durable production mold for casting wax, gypsum, concrete or resins (urethane, polyester, etc.). Applications include reproducing sculpture, architectural restoration, candle molds, etc.

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