Silicone Laminate - G7
Synthane G7 Machining
Silicone Industrial Grade Laminate -G7
Silicone laminate grade G7 glass cloth reinforced silicone's natural color is typically cream to white. Composed of a continuous glass woven cloth base impregnates with silicone resin binder, this grade has excellent heat and arc resistance. Silicone thermosets are among the best polymers for high temperature. Hence, silicone is broadly used for high temperature electronic applications requiring low electrical losses. Silicone is not as strong as epoxies and industrial laminates (phenolics), upon aging at lower temperatures but is stronger upon aging over 400 deg F. G7 has extremely good dielectric loss properties under dry conditions and good electrical properties under humid conditions, although the percentage of change is high. We have Silicone Laminate G7 and synthane G7 machining materials available in sheet, rod, film, and tube for all applications.
Certifies to :
- MIL-I-24768/17 GSG
Silicon Laminate (G7) Machining
Nationwide Plastics is proud of our reputation as “the authority on plastics manufacturing and distribution,” and make sure that we understand both your application and your requirements so that we will provide you with high quality, tight tolerance products that meet your specifications. Offering a variety of G7 machining and fabrication services, we will work with you to select the most effective and efficient manufacturing process for your silicon laminate machined part and manufacture the part to your exact specifications.
Our state-of-the-art facility is equipped with over 20 pieces of equipment to provide custom plastic turning, milling, routing and sawing services. We specialize in manufacturing large parts and our equipment is designed to process parts up to 148’ or longer, with tolerances to +/- .001, depending on the material. Call Nationwide Plastics today for all of your G7 silicone laminate machining needs.
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