At present, there are more than 10,000 kinds of silicone products, of which 4,000 kinds are commonly used. Silicon products are generally divided into three groups, i.e. organosilicone monomer, organasilicone intermediates and organosilicone products.
Organosilicone monomer: Refers ta the monomer synthesis of organochlarines silane and silicone polymers, such as methyl chlorine silane, phenyl chlorine silane, vinyl chloride silane materials, etc.
Organosilicone intermediates: Refers to linear or ring-shaped siloxane oligomer, such as hexamethyldisiloxane (MM), octamethylcyclotetrasilaxane (D4)r dimethylchlorosilane (DMC), etc.
Organosilicone products: Obtained by polymerizing the intermediates and adding various inorganic fillers or modified additives. Examples of this category are silicone rubber, silicone oil, silicon resin and silane coupling agent. By means of extrusion or compression molding, silicone rubbers can be processed to become conductive buttons, sealing rings, swim caps and many useful products.