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Rubber Baseboard Molders and Molding

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of rubber baseboard manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top rubber baseboard manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any rubber baseboard company can design, engineer, and manufacture rubber baseboards to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach rubber baseboard companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of rubber stoppers, rubber baseboard molding, and commercial rubber baseboards.

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Since 1986, RD Rubber Technology Corporation has been specializing in precision molding of products including rubber baseboards. They even offer custom molded rubber components with many different features. These include clean room molding, precision tolerances, rubber to metal bonding, grinding capabilities of rubber and metal and in-house deflashing.
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Accurate Products goal is to be the premier manufacturer and distributor when it comes to both standard and custom rubber parts. From your rubber baseboard to much more complex projects, let them show you their eagerness to outperform your expectations when it comes to customer service, delivery, quality and pricing. They want to work with you to grow long term and profitable partnerships.
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Pierce-Roberts facility is equipped with state-of-the-art climate-controlled labs to provide the highest quality products, such as rubber baseboards, for their clients. They are capable of handling any size job, and if they don't have what you are looking for, they will help make custom designs to make sure the product will meet all of your specifications and requirements.
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Britech Industries has a large product list, including rubber baseboards. They are constantly expanding and improving their capabilities to accommodate all customer needs. They have numerous items stocked and available to ship in one or two days. In addition to this they have standard molds ready for speedy production, and are also capable of creating custom molds and products.
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We have manufacturing experiences since 1944 and over the years we have grown into a leading supplier of a variety rubber products. All of our rubber solutions are extensively tested and our experts are eager to assist you with finding a product for your application. For specialty applications we can create a custom formulated compound. Turn to Mid-States Rubber Products for high quality rubber baseboards.
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Jet Rubber Company is dedicated to meeting your technical specifications, delivery schedules and cost projections. Since 1955 they have been working to provide the highest quality products from standard rubber baseboards to complex custom jobs. They specialize in custom molded rubber and rubber to metal components. They will work hard to provide the best service to their valued customers.
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We offer a wide range of rubber products to our customers, from rubber baseboard molding to seals, grommets, and a whole lot more. We have offered nothing but the best to our customers for almost 50 years, and we continue to hold to the values that we established at our founding to offer high quality, innovative products to each and every customer. Contact us today to learn more!
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Rubber Baseboard

Rubber baseboards are molded or extruded rubber products used to cover the intersection of walls and floors. Rubber is a good choice for baseboard material because it can be more resistant to impact and scratching than wood or plastic, and if it does become damaged it can be replaced inexpensively. Rubber baseboards can be used in institutional, industrial and residential buildings for purely functional purposes or to increase the aesthetic appeal of a work or living space.

Rubber baseboards can be basic and flat or embellished with special designs and patterns. In either case, they protect walls in schools from becoming damaged because of impact with desk legs. They protect walls in factories from becoming scratched because of contact with machinery or moving equipment. Depending on the application, rubber baseboards can be fabricated using either synthetic or natural rubber. Synthetic rubbers like EPDM offer higher levels of impact resistance and other qualities of strength and durability; this can make EPDM a good choice for baseboards that will be used in demanding settings such as in factories. However, the level of durability offered by synthetic rubbers like EPDM is not always necessary; in residential contexts, simple baseboards can be made out of inexpensive natural rubber products and still serve their purpose well.


Rubber baseboards can be fabricated in a number of ways, though most rubber baseboards are molded. The rubber injection and compression molding processes allow for the creation of rubber baseboards made from all kinds of rubber materials in a wide variety of configurations. Silicone is a common baseboard fabrication material. The liquid silicone injection molding process involves proportioning, mixing and dispensing liquid silicone rubber. To begin, liquid silicone is pumped through tubing to vulcanization equipment. The liquid silicone is mixed and then transferred to the cooled metering section of the equipment. From the cooled metering section, the liquid silicone rubber compound is pushed into a heated cavity where vulcanization occurs. After vulcanization, the rubber can be cast molded, which starts with the liquid silicone rubber being poured into an open mold, which is a hollow cavity designed to give the silicone its shape. The liquid silicone rubber is then allowed to solidify after taking the shape of the mold. The compression molding process is very similar; it differs in that pressure is added during the molding process.



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