Plastic in the kitchen can
Plastic in the kitchen can be scary, but there's a better way! Silicone is a synthetic rubber that has an incredibly high melting point, perfect for cookware. Here's the science behind the material.
Silicon is a semiconductor, and thats why is it so special in electronics...not a conductor.
1:23...I don't believe that's technically true. He states that Silicon is one of the most abundant elements we have yet...it's important to note that Silicon (Si) is very rare to find in it's natural state on earth. Silicon or Silicon Metal is formed by taking SILICA and heating it at very high temperatures (over 1800 degrees Celsius). But who cares! :)
Good to know silicone is synthetic rubber, can withstand extreme heat.
Without knowing what it is, I used hot/cold pad to relieve muscle pain, and checked out yesterday some beautiful watches with silicone bands.
Many thanks, been searching for "what can i use instead of plastic bottles?" for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you heard people talk about - Denadison Simplified Dominance - (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now )? It is an awesome one of a kind guide for discovering how to find a great alternative to single use plastic minus the hard work. Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my friend got excellent success with it.
That blonde is so blonde. Jesus, can she tone it down a little?
This video explains what
This video explains what liquid silicone rubber (or LSR) is, and some of its main uses in industry and products or components.
Silicone rubber is sought after as a production material as it is generally non-reactive, stable, and resistant to extremes. As a kind of rubber, it can be molded into many shapes and so we see it used in all kinds of applications and products.
- Medical products
- Babycare items
- Food contact products
- Tubes used for wiring
- O-rings & seals
- Molded custom shapes and designs, such as a muffin trays
Silicone rubber is a very adhesive gel until it is somehow 'cured,' 'vulcanized,' or 'catalyzed' using different processes, which is when it will take on a solid state. It may also be injection molded to achieve that, too.
We'll also look at some key areas where silicone rubber is superior to organic rubber at extreme temperatures, such as:
- Cyclic flexing
- Tear strength
- Fire resistance
- Tensile strength
We go on to explore the special grades of silicone rubber, including hardness levels and different resistance types.
Watch the rest of these silicone material videos in this playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLe6HcPyZQsM_7NOa21M9GRW-bNzIGbcsQ
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can i know the adhesive properties of silicone rubber ,
e.g can it stick with any other material like cotton , wool , nylon , ....???
Its video was excellent .....so information gate to me from this video......on YouTube about silicon thier are not found any video......that's why.....its so informative
very clear and professional.
thanks for the video
Why silicone does the job
Why silicone does the job right every time. If you are looking to glue difficult areas and have them last here you go. Silicone Adhesive works great on so many surfaces and does great under wet conditions like your shower area.
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Its Sunday and time for the Sweet Sunday Review See why we gave this product our best rating ever!!! This product can be used in so many ways it is not funny!! We will see you all this coming Tuesday. ****Also, we will be launching our Friday videos later in the day just so you are all aware.****
love all your video's keep up the GREAT work?????
I've been using silicon sealant for years and I never thought to use in this manner. Thanks, keep the tips coming. Cheers from New Zealand.
I had just a few blobs of this holding a 20 gallon metal tank down on a Boston Whaler, this stuff is extremely tough, my question to you is do you think this stuff is strong enough to hold down solar panels to a roof van that never goes over 65mph?? Im trying to avoid drilling a ton of holes in the roof.
This sure looks amazing. Is this stuff comparable to Sikaflex or even better? I used Sikaflex countless times and liked it a lot. I'm asking because the Permatex stuff is pretty hard to get here. Your friend from Germany ??