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Silicone resins

The molecules of silicone resins have a three-dimensional network structure. Silicone resins are most often used as resins. They produce films with excellent heat resistance, weatherability, dielectric properties and water repellency. In addition, they are available in a range of consistencies, from high-viscosity liquids to solids. Silicone resins are used to make paints and coatings and in electrical and many other applications, where they help to improve durability, safety and reliability.

Properties when used as resins

Heat resistance

Able to withstand temperatures up to 250°C.


Good resistance to UV rays.


They form hard films due to their three-dimensional network structure.

Water repellency

They form films with excellent water repellency (especially those that contain methyl groups).

Dielectric properties

They show excellent dielectric properties across a wide range of temperatures.

Typical Products

Applications Grade Features
Heat resistant and
flame retardant binders
KR-220L White flake, excellent heat resistance and flame retardance, very little smoking by heating
KR-220LP Powder type of KR-220L
Moisture proofing and
insulating coatings
KR-251 Thin hard coating
KR-255 Glossy hard coating
Heat resistant paints KR-282 Excellent flexibility and anti-cracking properties
KR-300 Excellent heat resistance high hardness coating
KR-311 Excellent heat resistance and compatibility with organic resins
Resin modification KR-480 White flake, high phenyl content, excellent compatibility
Heat resistant paints ES-1023 Excellent anti-corrosion property
KR-5206 Excellent flexibility and adhesion
KR-5235 Excellent releasability and non-stick property
Moisture proofing and
insulating coatings
KR-114B Wax-like soft coating, Finished coating can be removed easily with solvents
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