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Chlorosulph. PE 7 years 1 week ago #1

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work for a composites firm in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. I’ve been doing research using your MatBase website and it’s been very helpful, however, under the Polymers >> Elastomers tabs, there is a material labeled Chlorosulph. PE. My belief was that that is short for chlorosulphate polyethylene, however I have not been able to find that material anywhere else. Could you please send me any more information that you have on this material?
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Re:Chlorosulph. PE 7 years 1 week ago #2

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Hi Brian, Try this link: http://www.dupontelastomers.com/products/hypalon/hypalon.asp?redirect=hypalondotcomhttp://www.dupontelastomers.com/products/hypalon/hypalon.asp?redirect=hypalondotcom I hope this helps Regards, Richard
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Re:Chlorosulph. PE 7 years 1 week ago #3

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Under the ‘Elastomers’ section of the matbase website, there are two different materials: ‘Silicone Rubber’ and ‘Liquid Silicone Rubber’. My assumption is that the liquid silicone rubber would have the same properties as the silicone rubber once it’s hardened. Is this correct? If so, what method should be used to harden the liquid silicone?
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Re:Chlorosulph. PE 6 years 2 months ago #29

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