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Foam Rubber Molders and Molding

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of foam rubber manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source foam rubber manufactures with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate foam rubber companies that will design, engineer, and manufacturer foam rubber for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading foam rubber manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for industrial foam rubber, baseboard foam rubber, or rubber foam sheets.

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Customers expect fair prices and high quality, and that is just what we give them. We are suppliers of foam rubber and many other products to our customers. We strive to remain at the forefront of custom rubber manufacturing, so if you need something we don't offer, we can make it for you! We will work to offer you the best, most affordable, products to suit your needs today and every day.
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You can count on us to manufacture the highest quality products in the rubber industry, including foam rubber and a whole lot more. Our products use the best materials available and we use innovative techniques to manufacture our products. For over 65 years we have dedicated our services to our customers to build lifelong relationships. Contact us online or by phone to learn more!
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Pierce-Roberts Rubber Company offers practical estimates, efficient scheduling and total warehousing of raw materials to provide delivery of rubber products on time and to the exact specifications requested. Offering a variety of materials, including foam rubber, they are committed to each customer and strive to produce the best products at reasonable prices.
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When looking for rubber products in a wide range of materials, turn to Britech Industries. Their employees are skilled with various compounds including foam rubber. Since they began in 1984, they have been devoted to establishing the highest level of commitment to their customers and their product requirements. They are willing to special order and overnight ship to meet your needs.
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If you are in need of foam rubber then you have come to the right place. We utilize an extensive range of rubber and our uncompromising services will last you for many years to come. Our experts will work with you to determine the best rubber for your application. If you have any special requests then please let us know, we love engineering challenges. We want to innovate for you!
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Stern Industries specializes in quality rubber and plastic molded products designed to meet our customer`s specified requirements. We introduce producers of polymer based products to new/existing technologies through a diversified supply base. This is accomplished by strong supplier and customer relationships. Services include: injection molding, rotational molding, extrusion and thermoforming.
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For almost fifty years, we at Soucy Baron have been providing custom solutions to all clients. Our employees are efficient and skilled in many materials, including EPDM. Soucy Baron offers products of the highest quality so that we are able to satisfy our customers around the world.
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We are committed to delivering your foam rubber products on time, every time. We will not commit to a delivery time that we cannot meet. We strive to offer the best to our customers in everything that we do. We work closely with both the customer and our material suppliers to keep our quality levels high. You can trust us to offer nothing but the best. Find out more on our website today!
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If you are looking for high quality foam rubber products, then you have come to the right place! We are experts in the construction of foam rubber, and are dedicated to offering nothing but the best to our customers. We take pride in what we do, because we are an employee-owned company since 1955. You can learn more about us or what we do by visiting our website, or give us a call today!
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Industry Information

New Innovations in the Rubber Market

For years, the rubber market has remained the same. Rubber either consisted of natural rubber or synthetic rubber. The basic use for rubber was as a cushion of some kind- either as solid rubber or foam rubber.

Today, that is about to change. Researchers have uncovered a new kind of super rubber that is flexible, stretchable, and even can conduct electricity.

This rubber is carbon-based, which is what makes it conductive. The rubber can hold up in extreme temperatures, and has a wide potential product base. Researchers hope that the new rubber could be used for creating flexible shoe soles, and even generating electrical power through the conductive layer of the rubber.

This new rubber is a type of foam rubber manufactured from viscoelastic materials and nanotube rubber. The rubber can be twisted, pulled, pushed, scrunched, and stretched and it will always return to its original shape. Even freezing the rubber or heating it on high heat will not change the composition of the rubber. This gives the new material potential to be used in space and other high-temperature applications.

The conductive nature of the rubber is hoped to one day be able to power small objects, such as a phone or flashlight. The rubber can soak in energy from the sun and convert it to electricity much like a solar panel. The only drawback to this material is that it is expensive to manufacture and is not readily available. However, as more manufacturers look into the material, the cost will soon fall, making it accessible for all companies and factories around the world.

Foam Rubber

Foam rubber is rubber that is manufactured with foaming agents in order to create a flexible, air-filled product. Polyurethane is the most common type of rubber used to fabricate foam rubber products. Foam rubber is a very versatile product and is used in all kinds of settings.

There are two main types of foam rubber: open cell and closed cell. Open cell foam products are characterized by their interconnected networks of pores. Closed cell foam products are the opposite; their pores are not connected, which makes closed cell foam products denser. Both varieties are used in a wide range of applications. Open cell foam rubber is used in the automotive industry for seat padding and trim material. Other kinds of furniture like mattresses and pillows can also be made of open cell foam rubber. In industrial manufacturing, open cell foam rubber can be used in packaging and noise control applications. Closed cell foam rubber is also used in the automotive industry but for thicker products. Construction companies make use of closed cell foam rubber for insulation and other thermal management applications. They are also used in sporting activities as knee and elbow pads, wetsuits and gloves. In healthcare settings, they can be used as orthopedic braces, surgical scrubbers and x-ray positioning pads.


Foam rubber is manufactured through a polymerization process. At the beginning of this process, chemicals are placed into two large holding tanks. Then they are pumped into smaller, heated mixing tanks, and from there they are pumped into mixing heads which allow the blending of chemicals to occur. The manner in which the chemicals are dispensed influences the type of foam rubber formed. For example, the use of continuous dispensing helps to form low-density foams in both rigid and flexible varieties. After the mixing, the foam must be cured before it can withstand further fabrication processes. Foam rubber is typically fabricated through a specialized injection molding process. In this process, an inert gas such as nitrogen or carbon dioxide is introduced into the heated rubber material. Next, the foamable rubber composition, which now consists of a single phase polymer/gas solution, is then injected into the mold cavity; this allows for shaping of the foam into specific shapes for parts. A more recent development in foam fabrication is structural foam molding. In this process, instead of utilizing high pressure to force the foam to fill up the mold cavity, the foaming action is instead caused by an inert gas that is distributed in the raw rubber material in order to assist flow.



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