Greases and oil compunds
Silicone greases start with a base oil of silicone fluid, to which are added various additives and fillers (metal soap, etc.). Silicone greases exhibit thermal oxidation stability over a wide temperature range, offer good moisture-resistance, and are used primarily for lubrication.
Silicone oil compounds are products with a grease-like consistency. They are produced by blending materials such as silica powder into a base oil of silicone fluid. They exhibit thermal oxidation stability over a wide temperature range and have outstanding electrical properties and water repellency. Silicone oil compounds are used primarily in electrical insulators and seals, and for heat dissipation and water repellency.