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GENIOSIL® GF 31 by Wacker is 3-methacryloxypropyltrimethoxysilane. Used as a coupling agent in glass fiber-reinforced or filler-modified plastics. Offers improved filler dispersibility. GENIOSIL® GF... view more
GENIOSIL® GF 39 by Wacker is 3-methacryloxypropyltrisacetoxysilane based curing agent. It is suitable for use in acetoxy curing silicone systems. It is sensitive to light and heat with... view more
GENIOSIL® GF 56 by Wacker is vinyltriethoxysilane based crosslinking agent. It exhibits improved wet scrub resistance and abrasion resistance because of excellent adhesion to the substrate. By... view more
GENIOSIL® GF 58 by Wacker is vinyltris(2-methoxyethoxy)silane based crosslinking agent. The use of this grade in mineral-filled polymers (e.g. polymers filled with kaolin, ATH or magnesium... view more
Epoxy functional alkoxysilane. Used as coupling agent in mineral-filled plastics. Offers improved filler dispersibility. Reduces sedimentation tendency and greatly lowers the resin's viscosity... view more
GENIOSIL® GF 9 by Wacker is N-(2-Aminoethyl)-3-aminopropyltrimethoxysilane based adhesion promoter for glass-fiber reinforced or filler-modified plastics. Reduces the filler's sedimentation... view more
GENIOSIL® GF 91 by Wacker is 2-aminoethylaminopropyl based adhesion promoter for glass-fiber reinforced or filler modified plastics. Reduces the filler's sedimentation tendency. Exhibits improved... view more
GENIOSIL® GF 92 by Wacker is an adhesion promoter based on N-cyclohexyl-3-Aminopropyltrimethoxysilane. GENIOSIL® GF 92 is recommended for use in sealants... view more
GENIOSIL® GF 93 by Wacker is 3-Aminopropyltriethoxysilane based adhesion promoter. Offers improved dispersibility of the filler and the mechanical properties such as flexural strength, tensile... view more
GENIOSIL® GF 95 by Wacker is (2-aminoethyl)-3-aminopropylmethyldimethoxysilane based adhesion promoter in glassfiber reinforced or filler modified plastics. Offers increased filler dispersibility... view more
GENIOSIL® GF 96 by Wacker is 3-aminopropyltrimethoxysilane based adhesion promoter. It increases water (vapor) and corrosion resistance. GENIOSIL® GF 96 is recommended for use in plastic... view more
GENIOSIL® GF 98 by Wacker is 3-ureidopropyltrimethoxysilane based coupling agent for modifying fillers and pigments to enhance dispersibility in organic binders and plastics. GENIOSIL® GF 98 offers... view more
Alkoxyvinylsilane. Used as a coupling agent. Shows more resistance to heat and weathering. Offers improved electrical properties. Exhibits much improved wet scrub resistance and higher abrasion... view more
GENIOSIL® XL 12 by Wacker is vinyldimethoxymethylsilane based coupling agent. Possesses resistance to heat and weathering. Offers improved electrical properties. Exhibits much improved wet scrub... view more
GENIOSIL® XL 32 by Wacker is (methacryloxymethyl)methyldimethoxysilane based coupling agent. Exhibits improved dispersibility. Offers improved mechanical properties. GENIOSIL® XL 32 is designed for... view more
GENIOSIL® XL 33 by Wacker is methacryloxymethyltrimethoxysilane based coupling agent. Exhibits improved dispersibility. Offers improved mechanical properties. GENIOSIL® XL 33 is used in pipe, cables... view more
GENIOSIL® XL 34 by Wacker is (methacryloxymethyl)methyldiethoxysilane based coupling agent. Exhibits improved dispersibility. Offers improved mechanical properties. GENIOSIL® XL 34 is suitable for... view more
GENIOSIL® XL 36 by Wacker is Methacryloxymethyltriethoxysilane based coupling agent. Exhibits improved dispersibility. Offers improved mechanical properties. GENIOSIL® XL 36 is recommended for use... view more
Phenyltrimethoxysilane. It is a clear, colorless, low-viscosity silane with a faint odor belonging to arylalkoxysilane group. Possesses high flash point that facilitates easy storage and handling... view more
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