SORTA-Clear™ Series rubbers are premium water white translucent silicone rubbers (platinum catalyst) which cure at room temperature with negligible shrinkage and feature high tensile and tear strength. Materials such as urethane, epoxy or polyester resins can be cast into SORTA-Clear™ silicone without application of a release agent. Other materials such as wax and low melt metal alloys can also be cast into SORTA-Clear™.
Ideal for making prototype, jewelry or other molds of any configuration where model visibility is important (i.e. extracting a model from the mold via cutting). SORTA-Clear™ 18 and 40 require a gram scale for measuring.
SORTA-Clear™ 18, 37, and 40 silicones are suitable for making molds for baking, casting ice, butter or chocolate and other applications used to produce food.
|Select a Product Below||Mix Ratio By Volume||Mix Ratio By Weight||Hardness||Pot Life||Cure Time|
|› SORTA-Clear™ 12||1A:1B||1A:1B||12 A||40 mins||12 hrs|
|› SORTA-Clear™ 18||–||100A:10B||18 A||60 mins||24 hrs|
|› SORTA-Clear™ 37||1A:1B||1A:1B||37 A||25 mins||4 hrs|
|› SORTA-Clear™ 40||–||100A:10B||40 A||60 mins||16 hrs|
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