Silicone Rubber Kitchenware Molding Sheet Wire Band Keypad:
We have more than ten years experience of design and manufacturing in Membrane Switches and Silicone Rubber Keypads.
Our Products are popular used in electronics, appliances, hospital equipment and military vehicles.
We are very proud that we have been providing our best service to more than 100 stable customers all over the world.
Silicones produce air-tight seals that protect the most sensitive electronic assemblies and components from outside contamination or movement. This is critical to ensure long-term stability and performance in many electrical products. In addition, silicone materials are non-corrosive, non-pyrophoric and meet the stringent safety and purity requirements of electronics production and manufacture.
Silicones' insulating properties help protect electrical circuitry in televisions, computers and aircraft video displays from heat, dirt and dust. They are also ideal for high-voltage applications and insulate above ground and underground cable and power lines.
In one way or another, the performance and reliability of millions of modern products depend on silicones.
For example, silicones give modern personal care products essential qualities which we take for granted today. But they are also found in thousands of industrial applications. In aerospace applications, for instance, silicone products increase the lifespan of vital components, while in railway locomotives they provide tough, long-lasting motor insulation and lubricants for bearings.
Silicones are used as coatings to protect facades and historical monuments and are also used for window and bathroom seals. Silicones are the basis for coolants in transformers, protective encapsulating material for semiconductors in computers and foam-control agents in laundry detergents.
The electronics and telecommunications industries need silicones to produce optical fibres and silicon wafers and chips. Some of their many other uses include adhesion promoters in glues, sealants, pigments, paints, textiles and wire and cables, and as strengthening agents to reinforce rubber.
As devices become thinner, smaller and faster, new applications take advantage of silicones' remarkable physical properties: High-and low-temperature stability, excellent electrical insulation, strength, flexibility and pliability, moisture resistance, chemical stability, ultraviolet resistance and other environmental protection, and adhesion to and protection for a broad range of materials.