Silicone Resin

Definition - What does Silicone Resin mean?

A silicone resin is an inorganic polymer material that can be molded into fixed objects, films or filaments such as coating layers over metal surfaces for corrosion prevention. They often have high levels of temperature resistance and intermolecular forces.

Corrosionpedia explains Silicone Resin

Silicone resins are primarily used to manufacture heat resistant paint, coil coatings and hybrid resin systems due to its elasticity and heat resistant properties. Vital properties that made silicone resins the preferred source for coating raw materials include its weather resistance, hardness, water resistance and dielectric properties.

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