Silicone Fluids are versatile materials used in many different industries. Some of the special qualities that enable them to be used in a range of applications are UV stability, glossiness, transparency, radiation resistance, hydrophobicity, heat resistance, durability, dielectricity, adhesion, foam control, discharge safety, and flexibility. Many applications, notably those requiring resistance to severe weather conditions, use silicone fluids. Automakers have focused on finding methods to comply with stricter automotive safety rules in recent years.
Silicone Fluids offer excellent stability against all types of radiation, particularly UV radiation, and can adapt to substantial temperature fluctuations (from -76°F to 572°F) to resist outside exposure. Due to its strong electrical resistance, it is also used in the electrical and electronic sectors. Due to its superior oil and coolant resistance, strong heat resistance, and low compression set, silicone fluid enhances vehicle performance. Silicone fluids are therefore frequently used in the automotive sector.