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Silicone sealant is resistant to hydrocarbon fluids.

- Mar 27, 2010

Patent - A silicone composition is provided that when cured is resistant to a hydrocarbon fluid, such as transmission fluid, and other harsh environments. The composition includes a dihydroxy terminated silicone fluid, a filler material, and amine cured crosslinking agent. The composition contains no plasticizers and, therefore, the composition can be used as a sealant that is resistant to exposure to...

Source : Jiao, J. and Rak, S., “Amine-Cured Silicone Compositions Resistant to Hydrocarbon Fluid and Uses Thereof”, US Patent Application 2010/0038856, February 18, 2010.

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