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WHAT IS LIQUID SILICONE RUBBER (LSR)?
LSR is a widely used elastomer prized for its high-temperature resistance and flexible, non-stick nature. It is odorless, tasteless, mold and bacteria-resistant, and hydrophobic, making it an excellent choice for any type of product that comes in contact with food.
BENEFITS OF FOOD GRADE SILICONE RUBBER
When compared to rubber and other materials, LSR offers a number of advantages, depending on the application. Advantages can include:
> Durability: Food grade liquid silicone rubber parts are flame retardant, corrosion resistant, and built tough enough to withstand the daily demands of a busy kitchen or manufacturing facility. They also absorb vibrations easily, are exceptionally pure, and feature a low compression set.
> Process flexibility: LSR parts can be formed using both conventional and 2-shot injection molding processes, allowing for greater design flexibility and more potential manufacturing applications. Contact SIMTEC to discuss our technical capabilities in detail.
> Heat- and cold-resistance: Critically important for food and beverage applications, food grade LSR maintains its properties in both extreme heat and extreme cold. Unlike other materials, it won’t melt or become brittle, which means more reliable equipment and more durable products — important advantages for any organization.
> Bacterial and chemical resistance: LSR is also chemically inert and resistant to bacteria and mold growth. This provides peace of mind and compliance with HACCP best practices, helping you manage risk across the supply chain.
> FDA compliance: Using liquid silicone rubber is one of the best ways to comply with FDA regulations for kitchen goods. Specifically, Newtop Rubber can manufacture products compliant with FDA regulation 21 CFR 177.2600, covering “rubber articles for repeated use” such as baking molds, food trays, and more.