Trusted Dow Corning Supplier
As a reliable chemical supplier to compounders across the nation, H.M. Royal is proud to maintain a relationship with one of the most recognized chemical manufacturers in the industry. Dow Corning is a global leader in silicones and silicone-based technology, with over 7,000 products, 25,000 customers and 70 years of experience.
Together, Dow Corning and H.M. Royal work together to provide exceptional customer service and quality Si based Additives and Modifiers to customers in the plastics and composites industries.
The Versatility of Dow Corning Resin Modifiers & Additives
These products can be used in the extrusion process to reduce die drool and heat release rate, or applied to mineral fillers and inorganic surfaces to facilitate compounding with a polymer, resin or rubber. Additionally, they improve hydrophobicity and increase LOI.
Some of the main benefits these materials offer include:
- Reduced die drool
- Heat release rate
- Longer shelf life
- Improved stability, productivity and strength
- Increase LOI Value
- Improve Inorganic Filler De-Agglomeration
- Impart Hydrophobicity to Inorganic Filler Surface
- Low Viscosity
With their versatility, they can be used as processing aids and plasticizers, flame retardants and smoke suppressants, as well as performance additives.
Dow Corning® 4-7081 Resin Modifier & Dow Corning® 11-100 Additive
Dow Corning® 4-7081 Resin Modifier
DOW CORNING 4-7081 Resin Modifier is 100% active, halogen-free powdered siloxanes with methacrylic functionality. Its recommended use is as additives in highly filled flame-retardant (FR) plastic formulations. Benefits observed include reduced die drool, torque, heat release rate, smoke, rate of toxic gas evolution, and water absorption, as well as increased impact strength.
Dow Corning® 11-100 Additive
Dow Corning® 11-100 Additive contains alkoxy and alkyl functional groups on siloxane to improve LOI value for low smoke halogen free wire and cable material and improve dispersion of inorganic fillers, such as ATH/MDH into organic polymers such as resin, plastic, and rubber.