As we all know, silica gel silica gel can be divided into a variety of general circumstances, silica gel can be divided into two categories based on its nature and composition of silicone and inorganic silica. Inorganic silica is a highly active adsorbent material, usually sodium silicate and sulfuric acid for reaction, and afterwards aging, in the post-treatment process of the acid vesicle series, for example, as silica gel obtained on the silica gel structure diagram The amorphous material of the case, its chemical formula is mSiO2, nH2O is insoluble in water and any solvent, non-toxic, odorless, chemically stable, in addition to strong alkali, hydrofluoric acid does not react any substance.
Various types of silica have different manufacturing methods and different pore structures. In the chemical composition and physical structure of the polysiloxane, it has many other similar material properties: high adsorption performance, good thermal stability, chemical stability, high mechanical strength silicone is an organosilicon compound, is Refers to a compound containing a Si-C bond and at least one organic group directly attached to the silicon atom. It is also customary to pass an organic group of a compound that passes oxygen, sulfur, nitrogen, etc. and is attached to the silicon atom as a Organic silicon compounds. Among them, the silicon-oxygen bond (-Si-O-Si-) is composed of a polysiloxane skeleton, and the dispensing head in the vacuum mold is an organosilicon compound with the largest number, the deepest research, and the most widely used one. The total amount of the class is more than 90% of the amount.
Crystal Mold Silicone Safety Performance The main component of this dispensing head on silica gel is silica, chemically stable, and does not burn. Silica gel is an amorphous silica that should be controlled in the workshop with a dust content of no more than 10 mg/m3, requiring enhanced exhaust, and operation when wearing a mask.
Silicone has a strong adsorption capacity, human skin can produce dry and, therefore, should wear overalls when operating. If silica gel enters the eyes, it needs a lot of water and seek medical treatment as soon as possible. The blue silica gel contains a small amount of cobalt chloride and is poisonous. It should be avoided in contact with food and inhalation. If a poisoning event occurs, it should be immediately treated with a doctor to treat the silica gel. Adsorption of media or other organic substances in water vapor reduces adsorption capacity and can be reused after regeneration.