Divinyltetramethyl disiloxane


Vinyl Polymer 2000

SiVance Vinyl Polymer 2000 is a linear siloxane polymer with vinyl terminated end groups. Vinyl polymers are often reacted with silicone hydrides to form elastomers. Platinum is most commonly used to catalyze these addition reactions. Vinyl polymers are available in a range of molecular weights, enabling formulators to customize the desired properties. Silicone elastomers are used in automotive, medical, aerospace, moldmaking, and other applications.