Once the quality Fluorosilane coupling is grafted into the polymer backbone, it can link polymer molecules together through the formation of siloxane bonds, resulting in a three-dimensional network structure. This "crosslinking" is activated by ambient moisture, and this activation occurs at room temperature. Silanes provide improved thermal stability, creep resistance, hardness and chemical resistance for coatings, adhesives, sealants and composites.
2. Improve adhesion
The quality Fluorosilane coupling agent provides better substrate adhesion for adhesives, sealants and coatings, especially under hot and humid conditions. Silanes are commonly used to improve adhesion to glass, minerals and metals, and also work well on difficult substrates such as polyamides, sheet molding materials (SMC), acrylics, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), etc. Coatings Auxiliary
quality Fluorosilane coupling agent can couple inorganic pigments and fillers with organic resins. Coupling generally improves the moisture and chemical resistance of coatings, adhesives or composites.
The quality Fluorosilane coupling agent facilitates the dispersion of inorganic pigments and fillers in coatings and sealants. Better dispersion generally results in lower viscosity of the finished product, higher retention of pigments and fillers, and improved coating hiding power. Tire Rubber Additives
The function of quality Fluorosilane coupling agent varies widely. The most basic point of the selected silane is to have the reactivity to react with the resin, so as to realize its value.