HTV - kcc
Construction Industry


High Temperature Vulcanizing

HTV (High Temperature Vulcanizing) is a solid state silicone rubber which is cured and solidified before it is used as a rubber to cure by heating at high temperatures.. Silicon rubber is a compound composed mainly of silicone high viscosity polymer (gum type) which combines both inorganic and organic properties, and high purity silica, and has a more stable chemical structure than any other type of elastic material.. Excellent electrical insulation, gas permeability, flame retardance and chemical stability, especially excellent heat resistance and cold resistance without corrosion or oxidation, can ensure excellent properties even in a wide temperature range..

Because of these properties, silicone rubber is widely used in various industries such as automotive, electric/electronic/household appliances, kitchen utensils, medical, food and leisure goods as well as defense and aerospace industries that require high reliability and stability..

Construction Gasket

Construction gasket is inserted between the window and the door of a building to maximize watertightness and airtightness. Silicone gaskets are rapidly expanding due to excellent basic properties (heat/cold resistance, weatherability, resilience) and long term durability. They replace TPE (thermoplastic rubber) and EPDM (organic rubber).
Silicone HTV gaskets are used for high-rise buildings with the curtain wall method because despite high prices, they have good compatibility with construction-grade sealants of the same system.

Refractory Filler

Refractory Filler is designed to withstand flames in walls, inter-layer penetrations and joints in fire protection spaces to prevent flames and toxic gases from spreading in the event of a fire.
Reflecting recent trends that emphasize the environment and safety, HTV silicone fire resistant fillers with low harmful gas emissions and fire resistance are becoming popular.