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The production process of silicone gloves

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The material of silicone gloves is environmentally friendly silicone. Unlike the traditional gloves for hand warmth and labor protection, silicone gloves are mainly used for heat insulation and anti-scalding. It is suitable for household kitchen and cake baking industry. The manufacturing process is a high temperature vulcanization molding by hydraulic press. Let's look at the process of silicone gloves.
  1.Raw material preparation
  Weighing the quantity of silicone gloves made from virgin rubber for mixing and matching the color to the customer's color requirements.
  2.Compression molding
  The blended raw rubber molding machine weighs the grams of each product precisely and performs high-temperature vulcanization on the molding machine placed on the silicone glove, thus compressing the silicone raw material into a solid product. Finally, the molding personnel remove the molded silicone gloves from the machine molds.
  There will be some excess silicone burrs around the product coming out of the mold, which need to be removed by the removal personnel. If it is not clean, the edges should be repaired with pliers.

  4.Screen Printing
  The screen printing process is only used on certain silicone gloves that require printed patterns or characters. Screen printing is added to the appropriate location to add aesthetic appeal to the product.
  5. Surface treatment
  Finally, the product is thoroughly inspected and the surface of the silicone glove is further treated to ensure that the quality is up to a transportable standard.
  Compression molding, this manufacturing process is the most common. It is mainly done by the fit of the mold. The shape of the mold determines the shape of the silicone product. Molded silicone products are usually manufactured by using a high temperature mold into which a solid silicone raw material with a vulcanizing agent is added, and then pressure is applied through a vulcanizer. The high-temperature sulfur is cured. Molded silicones typically have a hardness of 30°C-70°C. The process is relatively simple and is applicable to all silicone products.