Powersil 567 is a one-component silicone dispersion that cures to a tough high voltage insulator coating with very good electrical properties.
Unvulcanized silicone rubber consists of polymers of different chain length or polysiloxane chains. These polysiloxane chains always have a silicon-oxygen backbone. Two organic side-groups – usually methyl – are attached to each silicon atom. The polysiloxane chains determine the essential material properties possessed by all silicone rubbers. Examples are heat resistance and electrical characteristics.