Silicone products are widely used in the field of new energy：
1.Solar panel encapsulation: Silicone is often used in the encapsulation of solar panels to protect the cells from environmental damage. Silicone has excellent weather resistance and electrical insulation properties, which can effectively extend the life of solar panels and improve their performance stability.
2.Lithium-ion battery diaphragm coating: Silica gel can be used as a diaphragm coating material for lithium-ion batteries to improve the safety performance of the battery. It prevents direct contact between the positive and negative electrodes inside the battery, reducing heat generation, thereby reducing the risk of fire and explosion.
3. Electric vehicle battery pack packaging: Silicone is also used in electric vehicle battery pack packaging. It can provide the waterproof, dustproof and thermal insulation performance of the battery components, and also protect the battery components from mechanical damage and chemical corrosion.
4. Insulation materials for wind energy equipment: Silicone is used as electrical insulation material in wind energy equipment to ensure that wires and cables can still work normally under harsh environmental conditions.
5.Photovoltaic inverter packaging: Silicone can also be used in the packaging of photovoltaic inverters to provide insulation and protection to ensure long-term reliable operation of the inverter when used outdoors.
6. Fuel cell stack seal: Silica gel is used in the fuel cell stack to seal and isolate different gas passages to ensure the normal operation of the fuel cell system.
In general, the application of silica gel products in the field of new energy is mainly to improve the performance, reliability and safety of energy equipment, so as to promote the development and application of clean energy technology
Silicone has many unique characteristics that make it a material widely used in various fields.
High temperature resistance: Silicone has excellent high temperature resistance and can maintain its physical and chemical properties under extreme temperatures. This makes silicones especially useful in high temperature applications such as hot glue packaging, oven seals and engine parts.
Low temperature resistance: Silicone also has good low temperature resistance, and is not easy to become brittle or lose elasticity, so it is suitable for use in extremely cold environments.
Good electrical insulation: Silicone is an excellent electrical insulating material, which can effectively isolate current and prevent electric shock and short circuit. Therefore, it is widely used for insulation and sealing in electronic and electrical equipment.
Weather resistance: Silicone has excellent weather resistance and is not easily attacked by ultraviolet rays, oxygen, moisture and atmospheric pollutants. This makes it very reliable for use outdoors and in harsh environments.
Good chemical stability: Silicone has high resistance to many chemical substances and is not easily corroded by acids, alkalis, solvents and oils.
Excellent Elasticity and Flexibility: Silicone is highly elastic and flexible, capable of returning to its original shape after being stressed, which makes it very effective in sealing, vibration dampening, and cushioning applications.