• Silicone Automotive Applications
    Silicones help deliver the strength, adhesion, durability and fuel efficiency needed for vehicles to operate smoothly in extreme temperatures.

  • Silicone Building and Construction Applications
    Building and construction is the primary user sector of silicones worldwide. Silicone products are used in construction to protect, protect, strengthen, preserve and provide aesthetic and innovative features to buildings.

  • Silicone Electrical Machinery, Electronics and Telecommunication Applications
    Silicones have played an integral role in advancements in computer technology, telecommunications and micro- and macro-electronics and electrical power distribution.

  • Silicone Medical Applications
    Medical-grade silicones can be important components of many health care and medical devices because of their unique characteristics that make them gentle to the body, such as their use to create flexible, wearable medical devices and health-monitoring devices.

  • Silicone Textiles Applications
    Silicones have revolutionized fabrics of all kinds. They help fabrics retain shape, texture, resistance to abrasion and they help achieve uniformity and brilliance of color.

  • Silicone Transportation Equipment Application
    Silicones deliver the strength, adhesion and durability needed in high-performance vehicles, ocean vessels, planes and spacecraft.


News & Resources

View our resource center to find press releases, testimonies, infographics and more.


Jobs and Economic Impact

The business of chemistry provides 811,000 skilled, good-paying American jobs—earning 44 percent more than the average manufacturing pay.