• Coupling agent • Improved adhesion • Increased wet and dry tensile strength and modulus to the composite • Increased wet and dry flexural strength and modulus to the composite • Increased wet and dry compressive strength • Improved compatibility between inorganic filler and organic polymer
Silane Coupling Agent Censil 560 3-Glycidoxypropyltrimethoxysilane for Sealant and Adhesive Promoter
Censil 560 is 3-Glycidoxypropyltrimethoxysilane.
Censil 560 is a bifunctional organosilane possessing a reactive orfanic epoxide and hydrolyzable inorganic methoxysilyl groups.
GLYMO A-187, Z-6040-(DowCorning,US), KBM-403(Shin-Etsu,Japan), GF80(Wacker). S510(Chisso), E6720(UTC), GLYMO
Density at 25°C
Boiling point at 76mm Hg
Refractive Index (25°C)
1. Censil 560 is a bifunctional silane possessing a reactive organic epoxide and hydrolysable inorganic methoxysilyl groups. The dual nature of its reactivity allows it to bind chemically to both inorganic materials (e.g. glass, metals, fillers) and organic polymers (e.g. thermoplastics, thermosets or elastomers) thus functioning as adhesion promoter, cross- linker, and/or surface modifier.
2. Censil 560 as a coupling agent in mineral-filled plastics improves filler dispersibility, reduces its sedimentation tendency and greatly lowers the resin's viscosity. In addition, it leads to higher filler loading and a marked increase in water (vapor) resistance, as well as resistance to acids and bases.
3. As a component of adhesives and epoxy resin sealants, Censil 560 improve both adhesion to the substrate and mechanical properties such as flexural strength, tensile strength and modulus of elasticity.