Silicone Oils

Silicone oils typically a transparent, odourless liquid or mostly polydimethylsiloxane in different viscosities with organic side chains.

  • These liquids are of high commercial uses because of their relatively “high thermal stability and their lubricating properties”. Their temperature stability and good heat-transfer characteristics make them widely used in laboratories
  • Chemical Nature: Silicone Oils are extremely chemically inert

General Applications

  • Silicone oils are primarily used as lubricants, thermic fluid oils or hydraulic fluids. They are excellent electrical insulators and, unlike their carbon analogues, are non-flammable
  • They are used in industrial applications such as distillation or fermentation, where excessive amounts of foam can be problematic. They are sometimes added to cooking oil to prevent excessive foaming during deep frying
  • Silicone oils used as lubricants can be inadvertent deformers (contaminants) in processes where foam is desired, such as in the manufacture of polyurethane foam


Chemicals & Paints

  • Adding lubricating to synthetic resins
  • Improved moulding of synthetic resins
  • Glazing
  • De foaming
  • Paint additive


  • Viscous Coupling Oil
  • Fan Coupling Oil
  • Damper Oil
  • Brake Fluid
  • Car Wax / Polish

Construction & Civil Engineering

  • Water Repellence for insulation material and in many construction materials
  • In advanced lightweight concrete (ALC)
  • It is used in Silly Putty, along with boric acid for water repellence

In Machinery

  • As Cutting Oil
  • Lubricating Oil
  • Die casting Mould Release agent
  • Heat Transfer Oil ( Low/ High Temp)

Grades available

  • 100cst
  • 350cst
  • 1000cst
  • 5000cst
  • 6000cst
  • 12500cst
  • 60000cst