Sanpra® Silicone Grease is a paste like, non-soap thickened, compound having consistencies ranging from slightly hard and tacky in nature.
SPN-363 is non-toxic, non-oxidizing, non-gumming, water resistant and chemically inert materials. They exhibit excellent high and low temperature resistance and do not solidify or melt at extreme temperatures. They also demonstrate excellent resistance to extreme weather conditions, chemicals such as mild steel, alkalis and alcohol etc.
They are outstanding lubricant for plastic, rubber, nylon, glass material which normally deteriorate under prolonged contact with petroleum lubricants and greases.
SANPRA Silicone Grease is a thin non-curing silicone grease designed for sealing, lubricating and waterproofing O-rings and other rubber and plastic parts used in food processing equipment.
They are commonly used to lubricate plastic and rubber components in automotive, electronics, scientific and laboratory equipment etc
They worked as a seal cum lubricant on rubber O rings and gaskets used in vacuum pumps, air filters, piston and cylinder assemblies etc
Sanpra® Silicone Grease acts as sealant and lubricant for cold and hot water valves in vehicle heating systems and for ground seals on glass taps and desiccators
They also keep rubber articles soft and flexible during storage and use.
They are widely used to lubricate and reduce noise in plastic gears etc.
This grade not suited for ball bearings and metal to metal friction.
Due to their extreme weather resistance, they are used to lubricate equipment exposed to constant environmental attack such as vending machines, rail road signaling equipment, aerospace, sea borne equipment.
In electronics industry it is commonly used as a dielectric insulating seal and moisture barrier on electronic components.
Used in roto moulding during manufacturing of water storage tanks
Sanpra silicone greases do not exhibit any significant change in properties if stored properly in original packs for over 24 months. Slight hardening of some grades is normal.