Crosslinked EPDM is one of the most universal rubber types for many applications. It can be extruded or injection/transfer molded to achieve crosslinked articles with excellent thermal stability and chemical resistance. Finished products comprise cable insulation, profiles, sealings and molded goods.
HTV-silicone rubber can be extruded or injection/transfer molded to achieve crosslinked articles with excellent transparency and thermal stability. Crosslinked products can be cable insulation, medical tubes, remote control parts, food approved pipes, sealings and profiles.
Crystal solarwafer cells are embedded in EVA encapsulants, which are crosslinked by peroxides in order to give high transparency, excellent long term UV-resistance and the required insulation properties. Our CUROX SOLAR branded peroxide line ensures a panel lifetime of 20-30 years and beyond.
Peroxide crosslinked low density PE (PEX-a) has high thermal stability and chemical resistance. These modified polyolefines are suitable for high- and medium-voltage cable insulation. UI products also find widely use in the PE grafting of silanes yielding PEX-b types after further hydrolysis of the silane-grafted PE.
Peroxide crosslinked high density and linear low density PE types (PEX-a, PEX-b) provide high thermal stability and chemical resistance. UI offers the complete porfolio to modify said polyolefines mainly used in the manufacture of pipes for various water/gas supply applications and rotomolded PE-tanks.
Many elastomers such as SBR, NBR, NR, FKM and TPE are crosslinked by organic peroxides and gain excellent thermal stability and chemical resistance. They are applied in cable insulations, expanded elastomer-foams, profiles, sealings and molded rubber goods.