Silicone is compatible with FDA and USP regulations and is safe to use in medical and food applications.
Silicone has low chemical reactivity, is flame retardant, water-resistant, and antimicrobial.
Silicone can be used in the microwave or oven without leaching dangerous chemicals into food.
Silicone is recyclable using a re-polymerization technique.
The base of silicone is silica, which comes from sand, Earth’s second most abundant resource.
Unlike single-use plastic, silicone is durable and reusable. It is inert and does not contain harmful chemicals like many plastics, and it will not break down and create a hazard for animals or poison our groundwater.
Silicone is resistant to the effects of UV and ozone exposure and will not crack, shrink, or expand.
Silicone withstands extreme high and low temperatures without losing its flexibility or shape.
Silicone can be molded, extruded, or bonded, making it a versatile material for industrial and consumer products.