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Silicone Rubber Molders and Molding

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of silicone rubber molders and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source silicone rubber molders with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate silicone rubber companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture silicone rubber products for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading silicone rubber molders. 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 silicone dust roller, sticky silicone roller, or silicone convertible seam roller.

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Serving numerous industries such as medical, aerospace, military, electronics and food processing and handling, they have become a leading distributor of rubber parts. RD Rubber will work closely with you to make sure all of your requirements are met. No matter what material you need, such as silicone rubber, they are ready to create a superior product for you.
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If you are looking for high quality silicone rubber products, then you have come to the right place! We have over 65 years experience manufacturing silicone rubber products, and we offer a large stock of inventory as well as have custom design capabilities that we can use to manufacture products unique to you! Contact us today to get started!
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We are silicone rubber experts. We have over 100 years of experience manufacturing quality rubber products and we can offer you the very best in affordability, quality, customer service, and dependable shipping. You don't get to remain in business for 100 years without knowing something, and we are able to share that knowledge with you. Visit us online or give us a call today to get started!
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Our job is to offer high quality silicone rubber products to our customers, and we take that job very seriously! We believe in offering the highest quality products and continually look for new ways to save our customers money. Since 1984, we have expanded our offerings to supply our customers with products that meet their needs. Contact us today for more info!
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We offer outstanding silicone rubber at a very affordable price. Our teams offer consistent service and we are dedicated to meeting all of your needs. Here at Mid-States Rubber Products, we take quality very seriously. We provide high quality custom products through a range of processes including compression, injection and transfer molding and cold feed extrusion. Contact us today!
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Premier Seals Manufacturing is committed to providing their customers superior service and precision parts. With technical knowledge in the production of all rubber parts, they are ready for any custom job you might require. Their craftsmen are skilled in all materials, including silicone rubber. For large and small quantity orders for any industry, contact Premier Seals.
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We promise to bring you the very best rubber products in the industry. When we were founded almost 50 years ago, we brought a new level of innovation to our customers. We use our own methods to create high quality, innovative products that are built to last. We have stuck to our innovative ways since our founding, which is why we remain in business today! Visit our website to learn more!
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Since 1955, Jet Rubber Company has been custom molding rubber for a variety of industries and various applications. They have built a strong reputation on their ability to provide quality products, on time, and at fair prices. Specializing in many materials, including silicone rubber, they are able to offer standard and custom products to suit all individual and complex tasks.
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Silicone Rubber Molding

Silicone rubber is a synthetic rubber created by mixing silicon with carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and sometimes other additives. Silicone rubber differs from other polymers in that it does not have a carbon backbone, but a Si-O-Si backbone. Also, even though it is a polymer, silicone rubber acts like an elastomer; it can be very flexible and elastic.

Silicone rubber can be engineered in many different grades. These grades distinguish themselves from each other in terms of their respective qualities of steam resistance, electrical conductivity, flame resistance, metal detectability, chemical resistance and other physical properties. Most silicone rubber varieties share in common naturally-occurring qualities of high electrical insulation, resistance to extreme temperatures, chemical inertness and resilience in harsh environments. Silicone rubber can be molded into an unending list of indispensable products that are used across industry and commerce; medical devices, gaskets, lab instruments, automotive heating hoses, shaft sealing rings, door seals, o-rings, spark plug caps and grommets can all be made using the silicone rubber molding process. The aerospace, medical, automotive, construction, electronics, appliance manufacturing, architecture, petrochemical and pharmaceutical industries all make use of silicone rubber products.

Silicone rubber molding is accomplished in five different ways: cast molding, injection molding, compression molding, transfer molding and dip molding. The cast molding process involves pouring silicone rubber in its liquid form into an open mold, which is a hollow cavity in which the silicone rubber solidifies and takes shape. The injection molding process involves a collection of raw silicone rubber, which is melted in a long channel by friction caused by a large, turning screw. Once molten, the silicone rubber is injected into a mold cavity that gives the rubber its shape, after which the silicone rubber cools and hardens. In compression molding, silicone rubber is preheated and squeezed into a heated mold cavity. Pressure is then applied to force the silicone rubber into contact with every mold surface, which creates a precisely-molded finished product. The transfer molding process involves a plunger-like device built into a mold. First, the silicone rubber is injected into the mold's cavity through small holes, after which a piece of uncured silicone rubber is placed in a chamber. The mold is closed and hydraulic pressure is used to force the silicone rubber through a small hole into the cavity. The mold is held closed while the silicone rubber cures. Lastly, in dip molding silicone rubber is kept in a liquid state while heated and primed aluminum or steel molds are dipped into the liquid silicone rubber from an overhanging rack.

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