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Shape your future success with Hisco's mold making & casting solutions

Providing a strong and durable base for thousands of products—from casting masks for the film industry to molding life-changing prosthetics—silicone is one of the most adaptable products in the world and touches every major industry. In fact, a product containing silicone is most likely within your reach right now—computer, phone, countertop, sponge, toy—just to name a few.

From silicone mold making resin to urethane casting rubber, Hisco has the solutions to help you materialize your ideas. Our highly-trained salesforce will assist you with choosing the right product for your application and find answers to your technical questions.

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Product Advantages Applications
Condensation (Tin) Cure Silicones
  • High strength and elongation
  • Outstanding inhibition resistance
  • Variety of cure times
  • Extended mold life
  • Long library life
  • Low viscosity: easy to mix and de-aerate
  • Pourable, brushable and sprayable
  • Entertainment and special effects
  • Art reproduction and replication
  • Bronze casting
Addition (Platinum) Cure Silicones
  • Wide continuum of durometers available
  • Curing may be accelerated with heat
  • Virtually no shrinkage when cured at room temperature
  • Excellent chemical resistance
  • Improved inhibition resistance
  • Pourable, brushable, sprayable
  • Prototyping
  • Architectural and furniture fabrication
  • Molding and restoration
  • Prototyping and industrial design
  • Medical and military simulation models
  • Prosthetics and orthotics
  • Pad printing
Urethane Elastomers (Rubber) Molding
  • Hardness available from super soft (Shore A 0) to semi-rigid (Shore A 80)
  • Convenient mix ratio
  • Low viscosity
  • High tear strength
  • Dimensionally stable
  • Pourable, brushable, sprayable
  • Pre-cast concrete
  • Glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC) casting
Polyurethane Casting Resins
  • Flexible finished product
  • Thixotropic gels for brushing and spraying
  • Diversity of aesthetic options including "water clear" varieties
  • Flame retardant (FR) versions
  • Polyurethane foam products (rigid and flexible)
  • Detailed models
  • Prototypes
  • Props
  • Industrial parts
Mold Release Compounds
  • Heavy duty, general purpose
  • Fast evaporating, fast drying, paintable options
  • FDA approved versions
  • Silicone, PTFE and lecithin based active agents
  • Release casts of rubber, urethane, thermoplastic materials, epoxies, TRP, nylon, metals
  • Mold extenders
  Chemistries Advantages
Adhesives
  • Epoxies, acrylics, urethanes, silicones and hybrids
  • Cyanoacrylates and accelerators
  • Methacrylates and anaerobics
  • Contact adhesives
  • Structural and non-structural bond strength
  • Hardness range from flexible to rigid
  • Bond low surface energy and dissimilar substrates
  • One and two part chemistries
  • Wide variety of viscosities
  • Paste, liquid and aerosols delivery mechanisms

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Did You Know?

Molding and casting products also help form Personal Protective Equipment (PPE); mixing and dispensing supplies; and tubing like PVC and HDPE/LDPE.

Need surface preparation products like bonded and coated abrasives, Scotch-Brite hand pads, polishing compounds and surface treatment chemicals? Hisco has those, too.