Rubber Profile Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of rubber profile manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top rubber profile manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any rubber profile company can design, engineer, and manufacture rubber profile to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach rubber profile 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 u channels, rubber strip profiles, and silicone rubber profiles.

  • Stuart, FL

    Since they opened in 1984, Britech has specialized in molded, extruded and die cut rubber products. Due to their ability to make custom moldings with fast turnaround times, the company has been able to grow from a small customer base in Florida to a nationwide supplier and manufacturer. For all your production needs from rubber profiles to more complicated projects, allow Britech to serve you.

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  • Cleveland, OH

    It is our goal to meet the needs of all customers. We were founded nearly 30 years ago with just a few customers and employees. Today, we have over 60 employees and hundreds of customers. We credit our success to our dedication to our customers and product quality. Whether you need rubber profiles of any size or some other plastic extrusion product, we can help! Contact us for info today!

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  • Canonsburg, PA

    We produce our rubber profiles using dies that are the exact shape of the desired component, using elastomers such as neoprene, silicone, and EPDM. No matter how complex your requirements, our team of staff members are ready to assist you. Give us a call or visit our website today!

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  • Tinley Park, IL

    Aero Rubber Co. offers exceptional quality and competitive pricing on all of our extruded rubber products. Aero Rubber Co. uses high quality rubber compounds such as, Neoprene, Viton, Silicone, EPDM, Polyurethane, Natural Rubber, and Thermoplastic Rubber. For post-fabrication services we offer cut & coil/spool, pressure sensitive adhesive, and splicing. We offer various rubber extrusion profiles like D shaped, half-round, T shaped, U channel profiles, round cord, square, triangle, and custom extrusions.

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  • Southampton, PA

    Located in Southampton, Pennsylvania; we have been serving customers around the world for over sixty years. As a family owned and operated business we realize that customer care matters; this is why we are dedicated to providing only the best to our customers! The rubber profiles that we offer are made out of the highest quality raw materials to further ensure an excellent product! To learn more visit us online today!

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  • Akron, OH

    Premier Seals Mfg. has all the technical knowledge and manufacturing capabilities to be fully skilled in extrusions. When it comes to rubber, they are prepared for all unique and demanding specifications customers may have. For quotes on your next rubber profiles project, be sure to contact Premier Seals for the best products and service at the lowest prices.

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  • Danbury, CT

    Vanguard Products is full-service, ISO 9001:2015 manufacturer of extruded rubber goods, molded rubber, rubber bumpers, extruded rubber tubing and rubber grommets. Our capabilities include single, coextrusion, and tri-extrusion, insert extrusion, adhesive application, and special packaging. We serve a variety of industries including aerospace, aircraft, appliance and many more. Contact us today for more information!

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Grommets and their Many Uses

With summer here, it can be hard from time to time to keep my mind completely focused in the office. It is so easy to slip to planning out every weekend in the sun, especially when those sunny weekends are on a boat or sitting out on the beach So naturally, even rubber grommets can easily take me over to its possible uses in my summer activities. While many might not realize it, we encounter grommets in their various forms everyday. Used to help reinforce holes in fabrics or other... Read More

Rubber Bumpers and Bumper Boats

Growing up, I always wanted to try bumper cars or bumper boats. When I was finally given the chance I hated it. It was awful, jerky and not an ounce of fun for me and I have felt no need to try it again ever since. Some people absolutely love it, but for me, it is just not my thing. I prefer to use bumpers for the way they were intended, collision protection and absorption, not intentional ramming. Bumpers are known most commonly for their use on cars. Collisions happen... Read More

Profiles from Social Networks to Rubber

When I hear the term profile , typically I think of it in the computer context. In the incredibly popular Facebook, each user has a profile page. It is a way for them to put up a picture and information about themselves. This could include where they go to school, their interests, relationship status and birthday. Basically, in the social networking world, whether it is Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or something else, the profile is a personalized outline of the individual user (whether or not it is accurate is another subject).... Read More

Rubber Extrusions - Worth Your Attention

In 1999, the United States International Trade Commission undertook an investigation into whether or not extruded rubber thread (ERT) imports from Indonesia were causing material injury to an American industry. The Department of Commerce had determined that the threads were being sold in the U.S. at less than fair value, which, the committee determined, made it too difficult for American manufacturers of rubber extrusions to compete. The Commission decided that Indonesia was indeed dumping its extruded rubber thread on the American market. In response, the ITC instructed the DOC to... Read More

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Rubber Profiles

Rubber profiles are processed rubber products. They are produced by a rubber extruder and can be of any length or size. Rubber profiles are the most widely used and manufactured forms of rubber extrusions, and some manufacturing companies deal solely in custom extrusion profile orders, which is quite profitable.

Custom extrusion profiles are used in a very large variety of industrial applications including the aerospace industry, automotive parts industries, medical technology industries and industrial, commercial and residential building. Long, thin extruded profiles are often used as trim, weatherstripping or other types of insulation. Profiles can also be made hollow so that cords or wires can pass through them.  They can be made into sheets, tubes, plates, channels, bars, films and other shapes. They can feature simple cross-sections or complex patterns; they can be square, round, u-shaped, t-shaped or any other configuration. The only determining factor in profile design is need; because of the modularity of extruders and the extrusion process, there are few limits to the number of different profile shapes that can be produced. A rubber profile is made by passing raw natural or synthetic rubber material through a rubber extruder.

Most extrusion lines begin with a collection of raw rubber material, or stock, that is passed through a hopper and directed into a conveyance channel. Within most rubber extrusion conveyance channels is a screw that pressurizes the rubber as it is heated. As the rubber passes through the conveyance channel, it becomes semi-liquefied. At that point it is ready to pass through the die. A die is a tool that is used to mold a raw material into a usable form. A die can be configured in any shape, and for this reason an extruded rubber profile can take any shape. The semi-liquefied rubber is simply forced into the die, and when it emerges it cools, hardens and is ready to be cut and shipped. Most varieties of rubbers can be extruded; depending on the raw materials’ composition, the process requires different processing times and temperatures. Silicone rubber, for example, requires higher temperatures to be become liquefied. If the profile requires additional treatment for improved strength or durability, a number of curative or treatment procedures may be performed to enhance the suitability of the extrusion for a particular application.

Rubber Profiles
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Rubber Profiles - Reliable Rubber Products, Inc.
Rubber Profiles - Reliable Rubber Products, Inc.