Molded Rubber Companies and Suppliers

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  • Santa Fe Springs, CA 562-941-4800

    We are an industry leader that has been manufacturing exceptional products since 1986. Our teams work hard to supply you with the best rubber molding on the market. These top of the line solutions are designed with you in mind and we can accurately manufacture these items to adhere to your parameters. Give us a call if you would like to learn more information about our company!

  • Chicago, IL 800-782-7776

    Accurate Products will satisfy your exact specifications for custom die cut parts of various materials, including sheet rubber, open & closed cell sponge, silicone, polyurethane foam, cork, felt, fibre, electrical grade paper, FDA & MIL spec materials. For superior die cut seals, gaskets, bumper pads, barriers, packing, diaphragms & more, trust our short lead time, great-priced service!

  • Trenton, NJ 609-394-5245

    With more than a century of manufacturing experience, Pierce-Roberts Rubber Co. is your source for custom molded rubber products. We offer a variety of custom rubber molding services, including rubber mixing and formulating, rapid prototyping, molded rubber product design and research, and more. At Pierce-Roberts, customers get a product that matches specifications and service that exceeds expectations. That is our guarantee.

  • Stuart, FL 772-286-9278

    We are devoted to our customers needs here at Britech Industries. We pay extra attention to the important details when manufactureing our products which results in ultimate customer satisfaction. Our proven rubber molding is recognized across the global and you can count on us to handle your needs. Our ergonomic solutions come at a very fair price. We look forward to working with you.

  • Carson City, NV 800-733-2648

    REDCO Rubber Engineering & Development is your complete source for rubber molding products, including rubber rollers, die-cut gaskets, and custom rubber products to suit your application. We are experts in compression molding and transfer molding. We also offer just-in-time delivery and boast strict adherence to meeting deadlines. We are a family-owned, US-based manufacturing company with over 60 years of experience.

  • Canonsburg, PA 866-672-8100

    National Rubber was founded in 1997 with the values of variety, consistency, quality, open communication, and timely delivery at its core. Today, we stay true to these values by taking each one of your specifications into consideration, and working with you through every step of the manufacturing process. Call us today for more information!

  • Trevose, PA 215-355-3440

    Mason Rubber is a full-service organization assisting in the designing or reverse engineering of custom product to fulfill your production requirements. Injection, transfer and compression molding processes are used to manufacture product using a full range of elastomers. We specialize in bonding rubber to metal.

  • Rootstown, OH 330-325-1821

    Our seasoned teams are here to assist you with your rubber molding needs. The methodology of our company has saved money for our customers and we are continuously searching for the most cost effective processes. We promise to supply you with consistent and extremely long-lasting rubber products. These items are resistant to various types of conditions. Please visit our website to learn more information!

  • Akron, OH 877-771-6766

    The capabilities of our engineers are unmatched. Here at Premier Seals Manufacturing we utilize the most innovated hardware to create our superb rubber molding. You can count on us to supply only the best. Our unprecedented solutions are fantastic for a variety of applications. We look forward to working with your business. It is our goal to forge a trustworthy partnership with you!

  • Tinley Park, IL 800-662-1009

    Aero Rubber is an ISO 9001:2015-registered, world-class manufacturer of molded rubber products, custom molded rubber and molded rubber goods. Since 1973, Aero has developed the personnel, facilities, materials and rubber molding processes required to recognize and meet your industrial rubber needs. Call Aero Rubber today to learn more about our rubber molding services.

  • Grand Rapids, MI 616-538-4970

    Kent Rubber Supply excels at finding solutions for difficult applications or meeting tough deadlines. We specializing in small to large production runs of molded rubber parts. In turn, we offer our customers ultimate flexibility when it comes to a wide choice in shapes, sizes, and wall thicknesses in materials such as PVC and urethane. Our rubber molding services are available both domestic and offshore.

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Molded Rubber

Molded rubber is the end product of the rubber molding process. Rubber molding is the process by which raw rubber is melted and formed in a mold. There are three main processes used for to produce molded rubber products, these are injection molding, transfer molding and compression molding.

Compression molding, which is the simplest form of rubber molding, is the process in which a pre-form is placed in or near a cavity. The tool plates are clamped together, forcing the elastomer to fill the cavity. The elastomer is vulcanized and removed from the tool.

Injection molding is the most precise way to shape rubber. The rubber is heated until it has a toothpaste-like consistency. Then the rubber is injected into a mold and allowed to harden. Rubber pieces created this way are strong and are unlikely to lose their shape.

Transfer molding is like a mix between compression and injection molding. A large slug of rubber is placed in a pit. A machine forces the slug into the mold, which causes the rubber to take the shape of the mold. Pieces made this way have higher quality than compression pieces, but less than injection pieces.

During the injection process, rubber compounds are subjected to more severe processing conditions than during compression or transfer molding. While the temperatures, pressures, and stress are higher, cure times are shorter. Control over variables in the process can be more precise.

Types of rubber used in the molding process include butyl rubber, EPDM, fluoroelastomer, neoprene, sponge rubber, nitrile, natural rubber, polyisoprene and silicone rubber.

Numerous influences fueled a change from natural rubber to synthetic rubber during the first half of the 20th century. Synthetic rubber began to replace natural rubber development, natural rubber only account for less than half of all the rubber materials produced worldwide. Neoprene was one of the first synthetic rubbers introduced on an industrial scale, it featured all of the desirable qualities of natural rubber, but few of its undesirable qualities. Synthetic rubber can be engineered to varying levels of resistance to corrosion, chemical inertness, heat resistance, ozone resistance, strength, durability, flexibility, rigidity and many other products.

Industries for which natural rubber products were not practical can now enjoy the benefits of rubber products without enduring the problems they can also cause. Health care facilities, for example, make extensive use of rubber tubing, must consider that some patients have a latex allergy (natural rubber is derived from rubber latex). Silicone tubing allows for the transmission of intravenous fluids without causing allergic reaction.

Uses for molded rubber products are almost endless. Almost every industry out there makes use of some sort of molded rubber product. Manufacturing machinery often have problems caused by vibration, but molded rubber parts can help protect workers, other machinery and the vibrating equipment itself. Other molded rubber products include hoses, seals, grommets, rollers, tubes, gears, valves and so many more.

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