Where Can High-Performance Silicones Take You?

While you handle a wide-array of challenges, from safety and manufacturing protocols to the physical constraints of engineering and maintaining an aircraft for flight, we focus on the chemistry of silicones. In 1939 GE scientist E.G. Rochow invented the first direct process for making methychlorosilanes, the key building block for all silicone products.  In the decades since, while GE technology is now held by Momentive Performance Materials Inc., the spirit of collaboration has remained the same. Today, we proudly continue to work with pioneers in the aviation and aerospace industry to deliver high-performance silicones to help solve seemingly impossible challenges.

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