Rubber Seal Molders and Molding

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial rubber seal manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source rubber seal manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These rubber seal companies can design, engineer and manufacture rubber seals to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these rubber seal manufacturers and suppliers. 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 its for a manufacturer of rubber trim molding, large window seals, rubber edge molding.

  • Santa Fe Springs, CA

    If you need quality rubber seals fast, you’ve come to the right place! We not only provide our customers with high quality products, but we can get them to you fast! We take pride in our large inventory and our fast shipping rates, and we constantly work to improve both every day. No order is too large or too small for us- we can do it all. Give us a call today to get started!

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  • Chicago, IL

    Our rubber seals are made from the highest quality materials in the industry. We work hard to bring our 65 years of experience and knowledge to even the smallest parts that we offer. We do not believe in cutting corners on anything, and all our seals are made with high quality materials that are built to last. You can learn more about what we do and how we do it on our website today!

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  • Trenton, NJ

    When you use us, you are relying on over a century of experience and knowledge about rubber seals and a whole lot more. Just because our company is old does not mean our techniques are outdated. We dedicate our time to keeping up with the latest technologies and innovations to benefit you. Contact us today to see how we can benefit you!

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  • Stuart, FL

    Our goal is to offer quality rubber seals and other rubber products to our customers at affordable prices. We also strive for on-time delivery with every single order. That is why we stock such a large inventory of products and have facilities around the world. We work hard to provide just what you need when you need it. Visit us online to learn more!

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  • Carson City, NV

    REDCO manufactures oil seals & oil pump components for the oil & gas industry. REDCO's custom molded oil pump seals and other rubber components have outstanding chemical inertness and thermal resistance in a wide range of temperatures from sub cryogenic to temperatures exceeding 260° C. Oil and gas components include seals, gaskets, connector inserts, valves and more custom components.

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  • Canonsburg, PA

    Our seals are made from only the highest-quality rubber that meets a multitude of standards such as FDA, NSF, and Lockheed. We put our customer first, and we believe that our custom rubber products should be made to last. For more information about what we do, get in touch with us today!

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  • Englewood, CO

    Our top notch rubber seals are unparalled and we will support your team by giving you the best products possible. We offer a range of services including: injection molding, compression molding, transfer molding, die cutting, deflashing, and much more. Give us a call if you have any questions.

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  • Trevose, PA

    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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  • Cleveland, OH

    GSH Industries has done rubber molding for numerous industries for over 25 years. We are able to provide rubber molding services for components both small and large. Industries we serve include automotive, consumer, marine and electrical. Our tooling capabilities allow us to create intricate profiles ensuring rubber goods are of the highest quality, and our staff is on hand to answer any inquiries during the process. Call GSH or visit our website to learn more!

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  • Rootstown, OH

    Since 1955, we have provided the highest quality rubber seals and other rubber products to our customers. We work hard to provide the right product for every application. We are fully dedicated to offering the best of ourselves to our customers each day they work with us. Our goal is to offer quality products at affordable prices with on-time delivery. Contact us today to learn more!

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  • Akron, OH

    We are rubber seals experts and have been for the past 30 years. We believe in offering our very best to all customers, and each customer is our top priority no matter how large or small. We will meet your needs every step of the way. Our top priority is to make you happy from your first contact with us until your products are delivered. Contact us today to get started!

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Why Choose Rubber?

Rubber Seals Today's rubber is not the rubber of the past. Rubber molding companies created rubber made from pure rubber collected from rubber trees. This rubber is stiff, bouncy, and prone to cracking. Modern rubbers are created from a mixture of natural rubber and plastic, creating a smooth and flexible material that is resistant to cracking and other problems commonly associated with rubber products. There are four main types of modern rubber, and there are advantages to each type. Depending on rubber molding companies various needs, one type of rubber... Read More

Common Uses for Rubber

Rubber is an interesting material that has natural origins. The rubber tree has a coating of rubbery sap that is flexible, bouncy, and stretchy. Over the years, people have used rubber for a wide variety of uses, for everything from small bouncy balls to rubber pants worn to protect the body from moisture exposure. Today's rubber is a highly advanced form of natural rubber. Often, additives and other materials are added in with pure rubber to create rubber suitable for a variety of uses. Modern custom rubber molding lasts longer... Read More

Dynamic Seals Help Ease Stress in Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems

by Rebekah Fuller, IQS editor In the most general terms, the function of any kind of seal is to block the passage of liquids or gases. Rubber seals can be either static or dynamic. A static seal does not move and simply contains pressure or maintains a vacuum. The purpose of dynamic seals, however, is to reciprocate a give-and-take with mechanical motion, like for pistons and cylinders or rotating shafts. Mechanical seals are essential components of hydraulic and pneumatic systems, in which constantly moving mechanisms can be under extreme stress.... Read More

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Rubber Seals

Rubber seals are natural or synthetic rubber products used to seal or fill gaps, insulate spaces from atmospheric conditions or water and protect surfaces from corrosion. Rubber seals are used in many industrial, commercial and consumer settings. Many kinds of manufacturing equipment require use of rubber seals, especially in manufacturing processes that involve pressurized liquids or gasses. Machinery that is sensitive to dust accumulation or environmental conditions may also be shielded by some variety of rubber sealant.

Rubber seals are an essential component in aerospace and marine applications in which atmospheric stabilization is necessary. In consumer contexts, rubber seals can be found in garden hoses, swimming pool pump systems, kitchens, bathrooms, as insulation and weatherstripping and in many other applications. A rubber seal can be a gel, film, putty or strip and will adhere to glass, ceramics, concrete, paper, bricks, other rubber materials, textiles, leather, metal, wood, plastic and many composite materials and porous surfaces. Rubber is an elastometer and can be created from harvesting and processing natural latex; it can also be produced synthetically by processing certain hydrocarbons. Both natural and synthetic rubber must undergo a series of shaping and treatment processes in order to become useful rubber seals.

There are several processes by which rubber can be shaped and strengthened. Rubber seals can be extruded, injection molded or subject to other thermoforming (heat forming) processes, though extrusion and injection molding are the most common methods. Extrusion involves forcing molten rubber through a die, which is a specially shaped hole in a metal plate. When molten rubber is forced through a die, it takes the shape of the die; this method is used to create long profiles, strips and channels. In the context of rubber seals, extrusion is used primarily to create long, thin seals for moisture control purposes. Examples of extruded rubber seals include weatherstripping and rubber trim. Injection molding can produce more complex and specialized rubber seals. The injection molding process involves forcing molten rubber into a mold cavity that is shaped like the desired seal. The rubber fills the mold and takes its shape, and upon emerging it cools, hardens and becomes a finished rubber seal. Non-extruded rubber sealants are used in contexts when a seal needs to fit into, around or between surfaces. Such sealants often are intended to be applied by end-users as liquids or gels that harden after a short time. Examples of applications for these varieties of sealant include caulking and waterproofing materials.

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