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Nitrile Rubber Molding and Molders

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial nitrile rubber molding companies. Access our comprehensive index to review and source nitrile rubber molding companies with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These nitrile rubber molding companies can design, engineer and provide nitrile rubber molding to your specifications and application needs. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these nitrile rubber molders. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether it's for a provider of nitrile rubber molding, EPDM rubber moldings, EPDM silicone rubber.

  • Santa Fe Springs, CA 562-941-4800

    We are experts in precision rubber moldings, and are well-versed in many synthetic and natural rubbers. We utilize nitrile rubber for many high performance applications, and you can expect nothing less than perfectly molded rubber products from RD Rubber Technology. We take pride in working one-on-one with our valued customers to understand their exact needs and find them a customized solution.

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  • Chicago, IL 800-782-7776

    Accurate Products specializes in rubber molded materials, such as Buna-N, EPDM, natural ,and SBR. Both of our locations are ISO Certified to assure our customers of our high quality products. We offer countless standard and customized rubber molded parts for industries such as automotive, agricultural, manufacturing, plumbing, and many more. Contact us for quick quotes and additional information!

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  • Trenton, NJ 609-394-5245

    Pierce-Roberts Rubber Co. utilizes Buna N Rubber in many applications, such as oil hoses, fuel hoses, o-rings, and rubber gaskets. We are committed to understanding the customers needs completely before filling their request, for both small and large orders. Proudly ISO Certified, we look forward to hearing from you about all your custom rubber molding needs.

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  • Stuart, FL 772-286-9278

    We are the premier provider of custom rubber moldings, extrusions, and die-cutting. We primarily use nitrile, EPDM, neoprene, dense, sponge, and natural rubbers. We offer fast turnaround on all custom rubber products, and can manufacture domestically or offshore. View our product catalog online, check out our online ordering form, or call us for more details!

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  • Carson City, NV 800-733-2648

    We specialize in rubber molding, extrusion, mixing and calendering. Whether you are looking for rubber molded items less than 1 gram or over 100 lbs or a custom rubber compound, we have the solution for you. We are committed to the environment so we now offer recycled rubber in molded, extruding, and calender rubber. Providing superior quality, reliable deliveries, and excellent customer service are our top priority. Solving engineering challenges is something we love, let us innovate for you!

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  • Canonsburg, PA 866-672-8100

    At National Rubber, we fabricate quality products from an assortment of elastomers such as nitrile. Our molded rubber components are used across a wide range of industries--from chemical processing to electronics to medical. No matter the size or complexity of the project, we'll make it happen!

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  • 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.

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  • Rootstown, OH 330-325-1821

    We are experts in all things synthetic or natural rubber. Jet Rubber Co. is large enough to meet any need you may have, and small enough to care about every individual order. We specialize in rubber-to-metal bonding, and take pride in our ability to handle any challenge with innovation and enthusiasm. We are dedicated to customer satisfaction, competitive prices and on time delivery.

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  • Akron, OH 877-771-6766

    We encourage customers to use nitrile rubber if they often work with oils or they require a gasket or seal that will come in contact with lubrication. Whether you need nitrile or a variety of other rubber materials, please contact our expert team for more information or to get a quote.

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  • 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.

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Nitrile Rubber Molding

Nitrile rubber is a specialized synthetic rubber product that is also known in various industries as Buna-N, acrylonitrile butadiene rubber and NBR. This form of synthetic rubber is useful because it is resistant to oil, fuel and other chemicals due to the nitrile within the polymer. The higher the nitrile levels, the higher the rubber’s resistance to chemicals will be. However, raising the nitrile level will lower the flexibility of the material. Nitrile rubber molding can be useful in many applications if the appropriate balance of chemical resistance and flexibility can be maintained.

Nitrile rubber molding is widely used in the automotive and aeronautical industries to make hoses, seals, and grommets since ordinary rubber would only break down when exposed to fuel during regular use. Nitrile rubber has the ability to withstand temperatures from -40 degrees Celsius to 180 degrees Celsius, which makes it the ideal material for many aeronautical applications. People working in nuclear and scientific research use gloves made from nitrile because they offer such good protection from harmful chemicals and dangerous high temperatures.

Nitrile rubber can be made using a hot or cold process. In the hot process, the necessary chemicals are mixed in a tank that is set to 30 or 40 degrees Celsius. After being allowed to react for a few hours, the substance receives additives to stop the reaction process. After being filtered and stabilized, the substance is washed and dried. At this point, it is ready to be molded into a product using either a compression or injection molding process. The cold process takes place in a similar polymerization tank that is such to a much cooler temperature. In these conditions, the polymers will not branch as much, so the end result will be a product that looks notably different from nitrile rubber made with heat. Nitrile rubber is often manufactured in large quantities and then molded into a product at another facility. Some nitrile rubber producers also manufacture products, but most sell their nitrile rubber to product manufacturers who mold the rubber in their own plant to form something that meets their specifications.



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