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Intermediate resists to heat in cookware products

Wednesday, 18 December 2013

The intermediate’s reactive methoxy functionality makes it compatible with other materials.

A usefull tool for corrosion performance is the new intermediate

Source: Niderlander - Fotolia.com

A usefull tool for corrosion performance is the new intermediate

Source: Niderlander - Fotolia.com

"Dow Corning 3074” intermediate – used as a material in the architectural, marine and industrial sectors – is now available for food-contact applications.

The solventless liquid silicone resin from Dow Corning is designed to blend with organic or other silicone resins to extend the processability of coating systems. It provides high-temperature resistance, durability and weatherability for a broad range of coating formulations, while minimizing the release of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). 

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The intermediate – when used in compliance with U.S. Federal Drug Administration (FDA) 21 CFR 175.300 – is suited for food contact applications that require resistance to heat or aim to improve the durability of interior and exterior coatings used in cookware and bakeware products. In addition, it has been positively assessed according to Germany’s Bundesinstitut für Risikobewertung (BfR) Recommendation XV. on silicone for food contact.

Additive creates systems cured by ambient moisture

It reacts with hydroxyl-functional resins, such as polyesters, to facilitate polysiloxane hybrid and copolymer formulations. In addition, it eases copolymerization or cold-blending with organic resins – such as polyesters, alkyds, epoxies and acrylics.

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