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Silicone oil

for oil baths up to 250°C

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Silicone oil
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vapor pressure

47 hPa ( 20 °C)

Quality Level



autoignition temp.

460 °C


~200 mPa.s(25 °C)


>250 °C/1013 hPa

transition temp

flash point 315 °C


1.04 g/cm3 at 20 °C

storage temp.

no temp limit

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  • Superhydrophobic foam combined with biomass-derived TENG based on upcycled coconut husk for efficient oil-water separation: This research introduces a novel application of silicone oil in environmental engineering, where it′s used to enhance the efficiency of oil-water separation systems through the development of superhydrophobic surfaces, contributing significantly to sustainability efforts. (Liang J, Zhou Y, Wu Q, Zhu Z, Lin K, He J, Hong H, Luo Y, 2024).

  • Fluorination Modification of Methyl Vinyl Silicone Rubber and Its Compatibilization Effect on Fluorine/Silicone Rubber Composites: Focuses on the chemical modification processes to enhance the interaction between silicone oil and other polymer matrices, which is vital for creating composite materials with improved performance characteristics in various industrial applications. (Xing S, Yu C, Ding L, Li S, Pan G, Jin M, Liu L, Wen S, 2024).

  • Regenerative Superhydrophobic Coatings for Enhanced Performance and Durability of High-Voltage Electrical Insulators in Cold Climates: Details the development of new coatings incorporating silicone oil to improve the durability and efficiency of electrical insulators, particularly in extreme weather conditions, thus enhancing the reliability of power distribution networks. (Khademsameni H, Jafari R, Allahdini A, Momen G, 2024).

Analysis Note

Density (d 20 °C/ 4 °C): 1.02 - 1.05
Suitability for heating bath: passes test
flash point: about 250°C
viscosity (mPa/s at 25°C): about 200
The product may be a viscous liquid, a solidified melt or a supercooled melt.

Storage Class

10 - Combustible liquids




563.0 °F


295 °C

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