Silane Coupling Agents | Adhesion Promoters | Amino Silanes | Surface Modifiers

SiSiB® PC1110

Synonym: 3-Trimethoxysilylpropyl)amine

Countertype of Dynasylan AMMO, DowCorning Z-6610, ShinEtsu KBM-903, Wacker GENIOSIL GF 96, Silquest A-1110

Chemical Structure


SiSiB® PC1110 is an amino-functional silane that may be used over a broad range of applications to give an improvement in the bond between a substrate, filler or reinforcement and resins that react with the amino group.

SiSiB® PC1110 is especially recommended to thermoplastic resins and thermosetting resins such as epoxy, PBT, polyurethane etc. It can improve reinforced plastic's physical properties and electric properties as flexural strength, compression strength and shear strength. It also can improve the dispersion and wet ability of filler in the high molecular materials. PC1110 is an excellent promoter of adhesion and sealant (such as polyurethane, epoxy, and phenol). In the glass wool and FRP products, it can be added into phenol resins to improve the wet resistance and mechanical performance.

Typical Physical Properties

Chemical Name: gamma-Aminopropyltrimethoxysilane
CAS No.: 13822-56-5
EINECS No.: 237-511-5
Empirical Formula: C6H17NO3Si
Molecular Weight: 179.29
Boiling Point: 210°C [760mmHg]
Flash Point: 82°C
Viscosity 25°C: 1.68 cSt
Color and Appearance: Colorless transparent liquid
Density [25°C]: 1.014
Refractive Index [25°C]: 1.420 [25°C]
Purity: 98.0% by GC
PC1110 reacts with water. Take precautions to avoid contact with atmospheric moisture.


Superior adhesion promoter in RTV silicones and other hybrid sealants.

Excellent adhesion promoter for difficult substrates such as ABC, PVC ad Poly Shyrene.

Useful component in primer systems for hybrid and polyurethane sealants.


Net weight 25Kg plastic drum, 210L steel drum or 1000L IBC container, for more details, please visit Packing Centre.

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