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On the development of silica gel industry
来源: | Author: Anna Qu | Publish date: 2021-06-03 | 197 views | 分享到:
Silica gel industry is developing rapidly in China.
Since the invention of silicone rubber in the 18th century, the silicone industry has experienced a process from scratch, from simple to complex. Now silica gel manufacturers are springing up, not only the old foreign enterprises, but also the new domestic enterprises. Silica gel is also classified according to different ways, and its application scope is only used in aviation and military industry at first, but now it is widely used in electronics, textile, automobile, machinery, leather, papermaking, metal, paint, medicine and medical treatment, supporting electrical appliances, electronics, toys, hardware, medical equipment, sporting goods, audio, lighting, machinery Automobile and other industries. Silicone products are more and more closely linked with our life and work.


Silica gel industry is developing rapidly in China. By 2014, the usage of silica gel will exceed 100 tons. In the application of silicone products, mobile phone cover, because the mobile phone is constantly updated, the corresponding mobile phone shell is also updated quickly, so the demand for silicone is relatively large. In Europe and the United States, silica gel is widely used in kitchenware, because of its non-toxic, harmless, environmental characteristics. Throughout the domestic silicone manufacturers, the product quality is uneven, most of them are low-end products, lack of innovation and design, mainly through imitation to produce products. The production environment of many manufacturers is also uneven, and many of them are still family workshops. As a result, the competitiveness of domestic silicone products in international high-end products is not strong. The development of silicone products will be more and more mature, and the future development will be more and more differentiated and high-end. The lack of high-end products of domestic enterprises is exactly what we need to make up for, especially in medical silicone products, which are basically monopolized by foreign enterprises.